Sarah Howerton, 18, Norwalk
Immediate family: Jeff, father; Lisa, mother; Matt, brother; Alexis, sister
Education: Bellevue Senior High School, graduated on June 3
Occupation: Usher, box officer and concession worker at Premiere Theatre for one year
What was your first job?: Here at the theater for minimum wage
Dumbest customer request or question? Where is the movie?
Most embarrassing moment at work? Myself falling after moping the floors. I had just mopped and I was walking and I slipped and fell.
What is your dream job? This is my dream job.
The most challenging part of my job is: Dealing with mean, impatient customers.
Most rewarding?: Free movies and posters.
Most unique habit: Knowledge of pop culture
Biggest pet peeve? Irrational customers
Biggest guilty pleasure? Cookie dough
Most embarrassing part of your CD collection: N'sync
Favorite childhood memory: Going to Walt Disney World because it was my first time there
Best thing about living in Norwalk? The movie theater and Wal-Mart
Biggest complaint? Neighbors children and animals
What do you like to do when not working? Hang out with friends and family and watch movies
What's been the best car you've ever owned? The car I have now, a Mercury Sable
How do you get off the phone with a telemarketer? I pick up the phone and speak in a weird voice and tell them "wrong number"
What do you do for exercise? I walk whenever I can, I try to walk
What's your favorite recreational activity? Playing team sports because you get to interact with a group of peers
How do you relieve stress? Watch a funny movie
Name your favorite place to eat: Subway
What's your favorite song and why?: "Big Girls Don't Cry," by Fergie; I feel like she is talking about me
In high school, everyone thought I: was interesting because of everything I knew about movies and celebrities
The best advice I ever got was: about teaching and she told me that "you can't save everyone."
My dream house would have: a pool and a game room full of games
A movie or play that everyone should see is: "Bridge to Terabithia" because it's the most inspirational story I have ever seen put to film