Notable on her behalf grandmother assignments in Escuadron 201, Los Tres Garcia, Eterna Agonia, and many other Mexican movies from the 1940s and ’50s, she actually is also remembered on her behalf performances in such 1960s and ’70s telenovelas as La Duquesa and Viviana. While teaching artwork at a Catholic young ladies’ college in Mexico, Garcia made an appearance in her initial silent film, Alma de Sacrificio. A stage performer and a display screen actress, she made an appearance in various productions staged by Mexico’s well-known Movie theater Virginia Fabregas. She was created in Veracruz, Mexico, to Spanish parents Felipa and Isidoro Ruiz. Her short relationship to Fernando Ibanez led to an actress little girl called Maria Fernanda Ibanez; tragically, both Maria Fernanda and Sara Garcia’s mom passed away of typhoid fever. She made an appearance in several movies with the well-known Mexican entertainer Cantinflas.