Canadian actress, Cindy Sampson has won myriads of hearts with her outstanding success in the international film industry. Portraying daring and interesting characters in both movies and television dramas, Sampson is most popular for her role as Zoe Ravena in Live Once, Die Twice. She is currently starring as private detective Angie Everett alongside Jason Priestly in Kilby and Eriksen produced television series, Private Eyes. The TV series has been airing on the Global Television Network since 26th May 2016 till date. Learn more about Cindy’s bio, personal life and body measurements below.
Cindy Sampson Bio
Cindy Marie Sampson was born on 27th May 1978 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. She is Canadian by nationality and white ethnic-wise. Detailed information on her family background – her parents, siblings, relations, residence and so on, are not available. After completing her basic education, with a burning passion for acting, Cindy Sampson proceeded to the Randolph College of Performing Arts in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. There, she was trained in dance and theatre.
Meanwhile, she made her first movie appearance back in 1989 while still a high school student. At the time, she was cast on the teen consumer television production, Street Cents which later won Gemini and Emmy awards.
Cindy Sampson’s Body Measurements
Cindy is a very beautiful actress with a perfect stature. Her body build falls into the category of “hourglass”, measuring 35-24-36 inches (89-61-91 cm). Cindy’s dress and shoe size of 6 in U.S measurements. Her bra size is 34C. The attractive actress stands at an enviable height of 5 feet, 7 inches (1.7 meters) and weighs 56 kg (124 pounds). In addition to her fine bodybuild, Cindy has black long hair and dark brown eyes which make her more gorgeous. Owing to her stunning looks, she walked the runway as a model during a Toronto Women’s Fashion Week.
Does She Have A Husband?
Cindy Sampson married her long-time heartthrob, Ryan Wickel on 7th July 2016. She has no record of past affairs with other men. Cindy and Ryan met in 2014 and dated for about two years before tying the knot. The wedding was an exclusive ceremony of close friends and relatives held at a beach club in Hubbard, Nova Scotia.
Ryan Wickel, Cindy Sampson’s husband is also Canadian. He specialized in home decoration and renovation. According to his LinkedIn profile, he graduated from the Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Ryan is presently the CEO of Davenuehome Home Improvements who are into home designing, building, and renovation.
Apart from the fact that Cindy and Ryan are married (with no issue yet), other details of their relationship are not available to the media. Despite being taciturn about her personal life, Cindy occasionally shares photos from their lovely moments on her Instagram page. The couple’s love and bond have been growing over these years with no rumors of marital issues. They live together in their deluxe home in Montreal, Canada, doing things together including attending public events.
How she developed her career
After college, Cindy made her first professional acting appearance in the science-fiction television series Lexx, where she portrayed a recurring role from 1999 to 2001. She continued to make guest appearances in both films and TV dramas until 2003 when she got her breakthrough role in Sex and the Single Mom.
Subsequently, in 2006, Cindy Sampson landed her big break in the movie, Live Once, Die Twice, where she portrayed the character of Zoe Ravena. One of Sampson’s remarkable escapades in the course of her acting career remains her visit to Bouvet Island, the most remote Island on earth located in the South Atlantic Ocean. She did this in the filming of the 2012 documentary/fiction movie, Expedition for the Future during which she climbed to the Island’s summit.
Also, very notable in her career is her respective roles as Sandra MacLaren and Lisa Braeden in the movies Rumours (2006 – 2007) and WB TV series Supernatural (2007 – 2011). The hit horror film Supernatural earned Cindy her greatest fame. She starred in all of its 11 episodes as the main cast over a period of five years.
In the course of her three-decade career, Cindy Sampson has so far appeared in other movies including Lift-Off (2002), Footsteps (2003), The Last Kiss (2006), Proof of Lies (2006), Reaper (2008), Swamp Devil (2008), The Factory (2013), and so on.