Sarah Chalke has a very special — well, okay, weird — talent: She can write with her "freakishly long finger toes," as she calls them. It's a skill the year-old Scrubs star honed growing up in British Columbia, where, she says, "I used to pass notes with my toes in class. I never got caught. Chalke is, in fact, pretty handy with her feet. She was a part-time ski instructor until age 16, when she landed the part of Becky Conner on Roseanne. And she has done her share of three-day hikes through the Garibaldi Belt, a range of volcanic mountains north of Vancouver. Chalke isn't the type to sit still — at least not for long.
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Sarah Chalke can officially say she's got the doctor-patient thing down. Most people know her as the sassy, sometimes zany Dr. In the movie, airing tonight at 9 p. Lucas, who is now an executive at Lifetime, wore red matte lipstick to her mastectomy surgery. She had it on as her war paint. And after having been through cancer with people who I love, it was really difficult to go back there.
She is the middle of three daughters born to Douglas and Angela Chalke. Her mother is from Rostock , Germany. According to a Scrubs commentary track, she used to attend the German school in her hometown twice a week. Her first language is English, but she speaks German fluently and French "fairly well". This was incorporated into her Scrubs character, Elliot Reid, who spoke German and French at the same levels.