Cindy Sampson

Cindy Marie Sampson (born May 27, 1978) is a Canadian film and television actress.

Cindy Sampson
Born (1978-05-27) May 27, 1978 (age 42)
OccupationActress
Years active1989–present
Spouse(s)
Ryan Wickel (m. 2016)
[1]

BiographyEdit

Sampson attended Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts, training in dance and theatre.[1] In February 2012 she traveled to Bouvet Island in the South Atlantic Ocean, the most remote island on Earth, and climbed to the island's summit while filming the "docu-fiction" movie Expedition for the Future.[2][3]

CareerEdit

FilmsEdit

Sampson's biggest film role was as Zoe Ravena in Live Once, Die Twice. For the film The Shrine, Sampson was required to watch a specific list of horror films in preparation for the role.[4] She also appeared in the crime thriller film The Factory.[5] Sampson was cast by Hank White to play Kelly Stone in his feature film Charlie Zone.

TelevisionEdit

Sampson appeared in Season 3 of Supernatural as the character Lisa Braedon, in the episode "The Kids Are Alright" in 2007. She reprised the role for the episode "Dream a Little Dream of Me" after showrunner Eric Kripke could not get the rights to use the character Jason Voorhees, the villain of the Friday the 13th horror film series.[6] Sampson's character was brought back in the fifth-season episodes "99 Problems" and "Swan Song" as setup to season six, in which she appeared in 11 episodes. Her final appearance was in the episode "Let It Bleed" (season 6, episode 21).

In 2015, Sampson appeared in three episodes of Rookie Blue, a Canadian police drama television series starring Missy Peregrym and Gregory Smith, followed by eight episodes as Sophie Hale in the third season of the Canadian-British co-production Rogue, which stars Thandie Newton and Cole Hauser.

In 2016 the Global Television Network launched the TV series Private Eyes, in which Sampson stars as Angie Everett, an experienced private investigator who takes on an ex-hockey player, Matt Shade (Jason Priestley), as a junior partner.[7][8]

Sampson's other appearances include Reaper, The Last Kiss, Being Human, Footsteps, Proof of Lies, Pretty Dead Flowers, and Swamp Devil. She also portrayed Sandra MacLaren in Rumours as well as the "Strong Brushing Arm" woman in a commercial spot for Listerine mouthwash.

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1999 New Jersey Turnpikes Cheerleader
2001 Riches Molly McBride Short
2001 Slug Unknown Short
2002 Mama Africa Molly McBride
2002 Lift-Off Cynth Short
2006 Pretty Dead Flowers Rebekah Stern Short
2006 The Last Kiss Danielle
2008 Swamp Devil Melanie Blaime
2009 My Claudia Hailey Short
2010 The Shrine Carmen
2011 Charlie Zone Kelly
2012 Trust Me Jill Short
2012 Camion Jade
2012 The Factory Crystal
2013 Long Gone Day Layna
2014 Elephant Song Christelle
2014 Wings of the Dragon Lisa Pohlman
2019 Sila Florence Fonseca Short
2020 The Robbery Susan Short (Post-Production)

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1999 Lexx Guard #4 Episode: “Woz”
2001 Druid Girl Episode: “A Midsummer’s Nightmare”
2002 A Guy and a Girl Sheila Unknown
2003 Sex & The Singled Mom April Gradwell TV Movie
2003 Footsteps Jordan Hayes TV Movie
2004 The Riverman Marisol TV Movie
2005 Jesse Stone: Stone Cold Barbara Carey TV Movie
2006 Live Once, Die Twice Zoe Ravena TV Movie
2006 Proof of Lies Tracy Morgan TV Movie
2006 October 1970 Sylvie Mini Series
2006–2007 Rumours Sandra MacLaren 8 episodes;
Recurring role (Season 1)
2007 Mein Traum von Afrika Yolanda TV Movie
2007 Blind Trust Diane Summers TV Movie
2007–2008
2010–2011
Supernatural Lisa Braeden 11 episodes;
Guest role (Seasons 3, 5-6)
2008 Reaper Marlena Episode: “Cancun”
2008 The Christmas Choir Jill Crosby TV Movie
2009 Durham County Molly Crocker 5 episodes;
Guest role (Season 2)
2009 High Plains Invaders Abigail Pixley TV Movie
2011 Being Human Cindy Lanham 2 episodes;
Guest role (Season 1)
2013 Played Ellen Vaughn Episode: “Cars”
2014 The Listener Vanessa Reinhold Episode: “Game Over”
2014–2015 Degrassi: The Next Generation Andrea 2 episodes;
Guest role (Seasons 13-14)
2015 Rookie Blue Jamie Toth 3 episodes;
Guest role (Season 6)
2015–2016 Rogue Sophie Hale 8 episodes;
Main role (Season 3)
2015–2016 The Art of More Clarissa Hewitt 8 episodes;
Recurring role (Seasons 1-2)
2016 Real Detective Linda Hamilton 2 episodes;
Guest role (Season 1)
2016–present Private Eyes Angie Everett Main role
2018 My Secret Valentine Taylor TV Movie
2018 Imposters Erica Episode: “Old Unresolved Shit”
2018 Hudson & Rex Rosalynn Evans Episode: “Art of Darkness”
2019 A Christmas Crush Addie TV Movie

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Vanselow, Arthur. "Who is Supernatural star Cindy Sampson? Wiki: Family, Husband Ryan Wickel, Brother, Net Worth, Married, Tattoos, Art". showbizpost.com. Showbiz Post. Retrieved 9 January 2019.
  2. ^ "Making History – Summiting of the most remote land on Earth - Expédition pour le futur 2012 - Expedition for the Future".
  3. ^ "Going the distance for a role". 14 April 2014.
  4. ^ Pereira, Mike. "The Shrine: A Visit to the Set in Toronto". Bloody Disgusting. Archived from the original on January 18, 2012. Retrieved November 18, 2009.
  5. ^ Miska, Brad (June 18, 2010). "First Images from John Cusack Thriller 'The Factory'!". Bloody Disgusting.
  6. ^ "Cindy Sampson List of Movies and TV shows". Retrieved 20 July 2016.
  7. ^ "New Original Detective Drama Private Eyes Starring Jason Priestley Premieres Thursday". Corus® Entertainment Inc. Retrieved 17 June 2016.
  8. ^ Pickard, Michael (May 26, 2016). "Private Eyes: DQ talks to Jason Priestly and Cindy Sampson". Drama Quarterly. Retrieved August 10, 2016.

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