Sarah Connor

Sarah Connor may refer to:

  • Sarah Connor (singer), German singer
    • Sarah Connor (album), 2004 album by the singer above
  • Sarah Connor (Terminator), fictional character in the Terminator franchise
    • Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, television series featuring the above fictional character

Other articles related to "sarah connor, connor, sarah":

List Of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Minor Characters - C - Sarah Connor
... Sarah Connor, portrayed by Lena Headey, is a major character in the Terminator series ... She is the mother of John Connor who will one day become the leader of the human resistance ... of the role in the film series, she remarked, "Linda Hamilton will always be the original Sarah Connor and it's a very strong print that she's left, but hopefully ...
List Of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Minor Characters - S - Peter Silberman, Ph.D.
... is the police psychologist who treated Sarah Connor while she was institutionalized ... Silberman later came to believe in Sarah Connor's tale of apocalypse coming ... Following Sarah Connor's escape, Doctor Silberman entered into retirement along with the majority of the Pescadero staff ...
Bounce (Sarah Connor Song)
... "Bounce" is a song by German singer–songwriter Sarah Connor from her second studio album, Unbelievable (2002) ... debut album, Sarah Connor (2004) ... Freeman (sometimes incorrectly credited as Wyclef Jean, who appears on Connor's song "One Nite Stand (Of Wolves and Sheep)") ...
List Of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Minor Characters - H - Nurse Hobson
... nurse in charge of the sleep clinic where Sarah goes to get treated for her insomnia in the episode "Some Must Watch While Some Must Sleep" ... During the episode Sarah Connor observes odd behavior such as applying sedative injections to an already passed-out patient ... After a fire incident in Sarah's room, John Connor attempts to break his mother out, but she convinces him to investigate the facility ...

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