Sam Healy

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Sam Healy is an Australian actress most known for her work portraying Jazmina Hillerman on All Saints, an Australian hospital drama.[1] She has also acted as an extended guest regular on Blue Heelers[2][3] and McLeod's Daughters and as a series regular on Sammy J & Randy in Ricketts Lane. She was a series regular in the Canadian television series, BeastMaster in season 2 as the demon, Iara, and in the US TV series "Monarch Cove".

Healy is sometimes credited as "Samantha".


Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
1999 The Sugar Factory Stephanie
1999 Dear Claudia Sara
2004 Peaches Jass
2005 The Extra Door Bitch
2007 The Condemned Bella
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
1996 Strange but True? Reconstruction Cast Episode: "Alien Abduction"
1997 Wildside Candy Episodes: 1.2, 1.3
1998 Children's Hospital Tamara Episode: "No Escape"
1998–1999 All Saints Jazmina Hillerman Main role (seasons 1–2)
2000 The Magicians Molly DeVane Television film
2000 Water Rats Blaire Wenzel Episode: "Family Ties"
2000–2001 BeastMaster The Demon Iara Recurring role (season 2)
2001 Farscape Rylani Jeema Dellos Episode: "Incubator"
2002 The Lost World Queen Zi-Zo Episode: "Ice Age"
2003 Stingers Fiona / Kate Pearson Episode: "Sex & Drugs & Deep House"
2003 MDA Martin Fallon Episode: "Pas De Deux"
2004 Blue Heelers Donna Maitland Recurring role (season 11)
2005 Last Man Standing Helen Episode 1.4
2006 Monarch Cove Elizabeth De Brett Main role
2007 The Starter Wife Zen-Oh Hostess Episode: "Hour 1"
2007 McLeod's Daughters Ashleigh Redstaff Recurring role (season 7)
2012 Mrs Biggs Sheree Episode 1.4
2015 Sammy J & Randy in Ricketts Lane Victoria Vincent Main role
2017 House Husbands Peta Episode 5.9
2020–2021 Neighbours Natasha Leighton 3 episodes


  1. ^ "Australian Television: All Saints: Profiles: Sam Healy".
  2. ^ "Blue Heelers". The Sydney Morning Herald. 15 September 2004. Retrieved 5 April 2020.
  3. ^ Clint (4 January 2018). "TV Week: "Shock Staff Overdose" All Saints 14th March 1998". TV Flashback. Retrieved 5 April 2020.

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