In Film and Television
- Sierra (film), a 1950 Western starring Audie Murphy
- Sierra (Dollhouse), a character in Joss Whedon's TV series Dollhouse
- Sierra (TV series), a 1974-1975 NBC television show produced by Universal Studios
- Sierra, one of the main villains of The Land Before Time VII
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