Jacqueline Samuda

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Jacqueline Samuda
Born October 25
Spouse(s) Rob Riley
Website
http://www.jacquelinesamuda.com

Jacqueline Samuda (born October 25) is a Canadian actress, director and writer.

Personal Life[edit]

Samuda was born in Ottawa, Ontario, and grew up in both the United States and Canada. She received a B.F.A. Degree in Performance from York University in Toronto, and apprenticed at the prestigious Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the Lake, Ontario. An experienced film/TV/stage/voice actress, Jacqueline has appeared in recurring roles on TV's Spooksville, The L Word and the epic sci-fi series Stargate SG-1 and in many other feature film, TV episodic and animation projects. She is a busy voiceover performer who has voiced many international and national commercial campaigns and many other projects, from audiobooks to videogames to corporate and documentary film. She was a finalist for the 2008 VOICEY Awards, an international voiceover award. As a writer/director, Jacqueline was honoured with the inaugural prize of the Motion Picture Producers Association/Women in the Directors' Chair Feature Film Award in 2008. A past BC Film Writer’s Fellow and instructor at Vancouver Film School and UBC’s Writing Centre, she also has story edited and polished many screenplays, including The Delicate Art of Parking and The Foursome. Her directing background spans theatre in Toronto and L.A. (garnering a Best Director L.A. Critics’ Award for Zastrozzi), and seven short films (received awards, screenings at film festivals and TV distribution). She has taught Directing Actors as a Guest Artist at University of Los Angeles. She has served as President of the Board of Directors for Pacific Cinématheque, Vancouver’s non-profit cultural cinema venue. Jacqueline has been active on the Board of Vancouver's Women in Film, where she served as President of the Board 2001-2003 and on the Advisory Board in subsequent years. In 2008, Jacqueline was honoured to receive a Lifetime Member Award for her work with Women in Film.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1988 New Life, AA New Life Mara
1989 Renegades Woman Cop
1989 Speaking Parts Bride
1991 Adjuster, TheThe Adjuster Louise
1997 One of Our Own Cpl. Kim Deeves
1999 Arrangement, TheThe Arrangement Olga
1999 Making Contact Ellen
2003 Jam Space The Beautiful Woman Short film
2003 See Grace Fly Grace (voice)
2005 Sub Zero Sasha Mirov Video
2008 Stargate: Continuum Nirrti Video
2008 Edison and Leo Toni / Nirena (voice)

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1985 Shock Chamber Linda Segment: "Symbol of Victory"
1987 Adderly Modeling Agent Episode: "A Matter of Discretion"
1990 Leona Helmsley: The Queen of Mean Reporter TV film
1990 Street Legal Nancy Crosbie Episode: "The Psychic"
1991 Counterstrike Victoria Condrade Episode: "Fall from Grace"
1992 To Catch a Killer TV film
1999 Stargate SG-1 Nirrti Episode: "Fair Game"
2000 First Target Patti TV film
2001 Da Vinci's Inquest Joyce Zisner Episode: "The Sparkle Tour"
2001 Chris Isaak Show, TheThe Chris Isaak Show Nedra Wing Episode: "Freud's Dilemma"
2001 Stargate SG-1 Nirrti Episode: "Rite of Passage"
2001 Night Visions Melissa Episode: "Used Car"
2001 Wolf Lake Jean Hollander Episode: "The Changing"
2002 Wasted Chris' Mom TV film
2003 Stargate SG-1 Nirrti Episode: "Metamorphosis"
2003 Wilder Days Pearl TV film
2004 L Word, TheThe L Word Movie Type Episode: "Pilot"
2006 Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story, AA Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story Angie TV film
2006 Saved Nurse #1 Episode: "Triage"
2007 Bionic Woman Med-Flight Tech #2 Episode: "Pilot"
2007 Smallville ER Doctor #1 Episode: "Bizarro"
2008 L Word, TheThe L Word Saundra Houston Episodes: "Lesbians Gone Wild", "Lunar Cycle"
2009 L Word, TheThe L Word Saundra Houston Episode: "LMFAO"
2010 Dead Rising 2: Case West The Director (voice) Video game
2011 BackStab HD Coleta Video game
2012 R. L. Stine's The Haunting Hour Gracie's Mom Episode: "Headshot"
2013 Arrow TV Host Episode: "Burned"

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