Sara Ganim

Played by Riley Keough

The 23-year-old journalist who first reported on the Sandusky case drew the ire of school boosters.

Riley Keough

From a young age, Riley Keough wanted to explore her talents within the film industry, and by the age of 19 she dedicated herself to developing her acting craft for the camera.

In 2010, Riley made her big-screen debut as Marie Curie in The Runaways starring opposite Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning. People took notice; shortly thereafter, she starred alongside Orlando Bloom in The Good Doctor, directed by Lance Daly. Riley’s memorable work in the film, which premiered at the Tribeca film festival in 2010, earned her a nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the Milan International Film Festival in 2012.

Riley’s talents landed her a title-lead as Jack in Bradley Rust Gray’s werewolf flick Jack and Diane. She also appeared alongside Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey in Magic Mike, directed by Steven Soderbergh, which grossed nearly $167 million worldwide. Further in 2011, she completed work on director Nick Cassavetes’ film Yellow, starring alongside Sienna Miller, Melanie Griffith and Ray Liotta, as well as the Xan Cassavetes film Kiss of the Damned.

In 2015, Keough starred in the highly-anticipated fourth installment of director George Miller’s cult-classic Mad Max - Mad Max: Fury Road, alongside a distinguished cast comprising of Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Zoe Kravitz and Nick Hoult.‎

Additionally, Riley starred in Steven Soderbergh’s original 13-part series The Girlfriend Experience, which premiered on Starz in April 2016. The role earned her a Golden Globe Award Nomination. Later that year, Riley was also seen in Andrea Arnold’s American Honey, alongside Shia LaBeouf, Sasha Lane, and McCaul Lombardi. The film earned her a 2017 Film Independent Spirit Award nomination.

Keough can be seen alongside Robert Redford and Mara Rooney in Netflix’s The Discovery and Trey Edward Shults’ It Comes at Night. She also stars in Justin Kelly’s Welcome the Stranger with Abbey Lee and Caleb Landry Jones, Steven Soderbergh’s Logan Lucky alongside Adam Driver and Katherine Waterston, and David Robert Mitchell’s Under the Silver Lake.