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Sandra Brown was born in Erie, Pennsylvania and began her dance training at the age of 9 at the Erie Civic Ballet. Brown studied at the School of American Ballet before joining the corps de ballet of American Ballet Theatre in 1987. She was promoted to Soloist in 1992.

Brown's repertoire with the company includes Polyhymnia in Apollo; the pas de trois in Ballet Imperial; Gamzatti and a Shade in La Bayadère; the Autumn Fairy in Cinderella; Swanilda and Aurora in Coppélia; an Odalisque in Le Corsaire; Mercedes, a Flower Girl and Lead Gypsy in Don Quixote; the Accused and the Accused as a Child in Fall River Legend; the first girl in Fancy Free; the peasant pas de deux, Myrta and Zulma in Giselle; An Episode in His Past in Jardin aux Lilas; Valencienne in The Merry Widow; the Dew Drop in Kevin McKenzie's new staging of The Nutcracker; Act II, Cerrito in Pas des Déesses; a Blue Girl in Les Patineurs; the Cowgirl in Rodeo; Juliet in Romeo and Juliet; the Fairy of Happiness and Silver in The Sleeping Beauty; the pas de trois and the Spanish Princess in Swan Lake; the pas de six in The Taming of the Shrew; leading roles in The Brahms/Haydn Variations, A Brahms Symphony, Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1, Diversion of Angels, Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes, Jabula, Sinfonietta, Some Assembly Required, Spring and Fall, Stepping Stones and Transcendental Etudes; and featured roles in Airs and In the Upper Room.

Brown created Desdemona in Lar Lubovitch's Othello, leading roles in The Elements, Getting Closer, Jeu d'Esprit (Pièce d'Occasion), Jump Start, Meadow and Without Words, and featured roles in Cruel World and How Near Heaven.

Brown appeared as Louise Bigelow in the 1994 revival of Carousel at the Lincoln Center Theater.