Sarah Pierce was the tritagonist of the Child's Play series when she had become acquainted with Charles Lee Ray in the past. His fixation with her would lead to more than she ever knew.
She was the second love interest of Chucky in Curse of Chucky and the widower of her late husband, Daniel.
Many years ago, Sarah was a happy wife and mother with her daughter Barb with another one the way (Nica). But her happy life would become shattered when she and her husband Daniel met a man named Charles Lee Ray.
She was oblivious to Chucky's infatuation with her, and how it was growing to obsession. His obsession would later come out when her husband is horribly murdered.
After her husband's funeral, she is kidnapped by Chucky and he tries to make her his. However, she somehow manages to call the police before he arrives.
Charles angrily demands to know why she'd do this to him and she responds by telling him that he destroyed her family and spits in his face.
Infuriated, Charles pulls out a knife, and stabs her in the stomach. Because Sarah was pregnant with Nica, his actions cause her to be paraplegic.
Afterwards, Sarah became traumatized by what happened to herself and what happened to Nica. She apparently had gone through many medications.
There is no hint that Sarah ever remarried, so she most likely raised her daughters on her own. It appears she never told her children of what really happened to her or their father's death. Barb, herself, stated their father "drowned" before Nica was born.
Nica has been living with her mother for many years. Sarah was most likely Nica's main caregiver. Years later, Sarah would receive a strange package, a doll named Chucky.
Though both mother and daughter are bewildered by the package, it's not kept. They throw the doll away.
Though not shown, in the beginning of the film, she is killed by Chucky in the middle of the night.
Nica had awakened to her mother screaming and had discovered her body on the floor. She had apparently "fallen" off the balcony. However, it is revealed that Chucky stabbed Sarah through the heart with a pair of scissors.
- Sarah is the second love interest Chucky's had in the film.
- Before her death, Sarah was shown to be a painter and mostly painted sunflowers.
- Unknown to her daughters, they represented a traumatic memory. During her abduction by Charles Lee Ray, she was surrounded by many sunflowers that Ray had gotten for her.
- Sarah's actions against Chucky are what led to the chain of events that occurred in the Child's Play franchise.