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Wynter earned her SAG card by landing a role on the Sex and the City pilot,[8] playing what she later summarized as the first woman to have sex on that show.[8]
A few years later, she was recognized by SAG again, as part of the second season cast of 24 when it earned a SAG Award nomination as Best Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.[2] Wynter played Kate Warner and appeared in all 24 episodes, plus the third season premiere and she provided her voice for 24: The Game. She had a recurring role in The Dead Zone and starred in the series Windfall in 2006.[2]
In 2009, Sarah appeared in "Unnatural Love", an episode of the second season of Flight of the Conchords as "Keitha", the Australian girlfriend of Jemaine.[2] In 2013 she played the role of Whitney Robshaw in "Protest Too Much"[9] the 17th episode ("Protest Too Much") of the 3rd season of the CBS police procedural drama Blue Bloods. She signed on to Damages in a recurring role.[10] She guest starred in the episode "Identity Crisis" in the first season of Person of Interest, and appeared in Californication.[2] She also appears on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Season 18 episode "Motherly Love"
Wynter's first movie was Species 2 as the fiancée of the infected astronaut. Wynter appeared in The 6th Day alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lost Souls with Winona Ryder as well as numerous independent movies such as Shooting Livien. Her Australian feature film debut Three Dollars, was released in 2005.[11] She was also cast as Daisy Adair in Dead Like Me: Life After Death, the straight-to-DVD movie version of Showtime TV series Dead Like Me, replacing Laura Harris who had played her sister on 24.[2]
Australian director Bruce Beresford cast Wynter as the lead in Bride of the Wind, his ambitious 2001 biopic of Alma Mahler, the wife of composer Gustav Mahler (and, after Mahler's death, of architect Walter Gropius and subsequently of writer Franz Werfel).[2]

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