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May 27, 1978 |
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
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.
Her 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. She appeared in the crime thriller film The Factory.
Sampson's other appearances include Reaper, Supernatural, 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.
Sampson appeared in Season 3 of Supernatural as the character Lisa Braedon, then again 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. When the show was unexpectedly renewed for a sixth season, Sampson's character was brought back in Season 5, as set-up to season six events. She appeared in the episodes "99 Problems" and "Swan Song" of season 5. Sampson has thus far appeared in 11 episodes of the current series of the show. She appeared in the episode "Mannequin 3: The Reckoning" alongside Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, and Nicholas Elia. Her final appearance was in the episode "Let it Bleed" (Season 6, episide 21).
In 2015 she appeared in 3 episodes of Rookie Blue a Canadian police drama television series starring Missy Peregrym and Gregory Smith, followed by 8 episodes as Sophie Hale in the 3rd 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 (played by Jason Priestley) as a junior partner.
- Street Cents (1989) (TV)
- Riches (Short) (2001) Role: Molly McBride
- Lexx (2 episodes, 1999–2001) (TV)
- Sketch Troop (2002) (TV)
- Mama Africa (2002)
- A Guy and a Girl (2002) TV
- Lift-Off (2002)
- Sex and the Single Mom (2003) (TV)
- Footsteps (2003) (TV)
- The Straitjacket Lottery (2004)
- The Riverman (2004) (TV)
- Stone Cold (2005) (TV)
- Live Once, Die Twice (2006) (TV)
- Pretty Dead Flowers (2006)
- Proof of Lies (2006) (TV)
- The Last Kiss (2006)
- October 1970 (2006) TV mini-series
- Mein Traum von Afrika (2007) (TV)
- Blind Trust (2007) (TV)
- Rumours (8 episodes, 2006–2007) (TV)
- Supernatural (11 episodes, 2007–2011) (TV)
- Swamp Devil (2008)
- Reaper (1 episode, 2008) (TV)
- The Christmas Choir (2008) (TV)
- My Claudia (2009)
- Durham County (3 episodes, 2009) (TV)
- High Plains Invaders (2009) (TV)
- The Shrine (2010)
- Charlie Zone (2011) Role: Kelly
- Camion (2012)
- The Factory (2013) Role : Crystal
|2007||Supernatural||The Kids Are Alright||Lisa Braeden|
|2007||Supernatural||Dream A Little Dream of Me||Lisa Braeden|
|2010||Supernatural||99 Problems||Lisa Braeden|
|2010||Supernatural||Swan Song||Lisa Braeden|
|2010||Supernatural||Exile On Main Street||Lisa Braeden|
|2010||Supernatural||Two And A Half Men||Lisa Braeden|
|2010||Supernatural||Live Free Or Twi Hard||Lisa Braeden|
|2011||Supernatural||Mannequin 3: The Reckoning||Lisa Braeden|
|2011||Supernatural||Let It Bleed||Lisa Braeden|
|2015||Rookie Blue||3 Episodes||Jamie Toth|
|2015-16||Rogue||Season 3 - 8 Episodes||Sophie Hale|
|2016||Private Eyes||All - co-star||Angie Everett|
- Pereira, Mike. "The Shrine: A Visit to the Set in Toronto". Bloody Disgusting. Retrieved 2009-11-18.
- First Images from John Cusack Thriller 'The Factory'!
- "Cindy Sampson List of Movies and TV shows". Retrieved 20 July 2016.
- "New Original Detective Drama Private Eyes Starring Jason Priestley Premieres Thursday". Corus® Entertainment Inc. Retrieved 17 June 2016.
- Michael Pickard (26 May 2016). "Private Eyes: DQ talks to Jason Priestly and Cindy Sampson". Retrieved 10 August 2016.