Samaire Armstrong Biography

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Date of Birth 1980-10-31
Nationality American
Profession Actress
Children Calin
Name on Birth Samaire Rhys Armstrong
Height 5'5''
Nick Name Sasa
Place of Birth Tokyo, Japan

Samaire Armstrong nicknamed for Samaire Rhys Armstrong is an American actress, fashion designer and model for her major life living profession. She has been best known for her roles in Stay Alive, The O.C. and it’s a Boy Girl Thing. Additionally her best known role to date is portraying the role of Juliet Darling in the ABC television series Dirty Sexy Money. Apart from film roles, she has also appeared in music vedios for Penny & me by Hanson and Bad Day by Daniel Powter.

Samaire was born on October 31, 1980 in Tokyo as Samaire Rhys Amrstrong. Her father Hunter Armstrong is a Scottish and his mother, Sylvia Sepielli is an Italian as their descent. Her mother designs spas for resorts and her father teaches soldiers close combat training. She lived in Tokyo for five years from her birth and later she moved to Hawaii and next to Sedona, Arizona. At Arizona she attended Sedona Red Rock High School. She has been traveling rapidly since her early time, she has also been to Malaysia and China to date.

As soon as she completed her education, he made her film debut by portraying the role of Kara Fratelli, one of the conjoined twins in the Parody film Not Another Teen Movie in 2001. Ever since, she has appeared in numerous notable small roles in films like Would I Lie To You?, Gramercy Park and Trash. Later in 2006, Samaire co-starred alongside Lindsay Lohan in the film Just My Luck, where she had portrayed the role of Maggie, Lohan’s character’s best Friend.  The film was a box office bomb and was negatively received by critics. In 2005 The O.C. producer McG offered the leading female protagonist role in the horror film Stay Alive. She portrays the role of Abigail, an aspiring photographer and love interest to Jon Foster's character. The film was released on June 29, 2006 and debuted at #3 at the U.S. box office. Later in 2006 she successfully auditioned for the role of Nell Bedworth in the Canadian comedy It’s a Boy Girl Thing. The film was released on December 26, 2006 and received positive reviews from critics. In 2007 Armstrong starred in a relatively small supporting role as Jenny in the horror film Rise: Blood Hunter alongside Lucy Liu. The film was a box office and critical failure. n 2008 Armstrong starred the independent romance film Around June. The film follows a young woman who finds love with an illegal immigrant whose love changes her life.

Her television career has found to be started from her guest starring role in an episode of the teen drama television series Party of Five portraying Meredith. From 2000 to 2001, she made guest roles on high profile television shows such as The X-Files, ER, Judging Amy and Freaks and Geeks. In 2003, Armstrong was cast in the role of Anna Stern on the Fox teen drama television series, The O.C.. she was supposed to appear on only one episode but due to her fans request she was brought back to appear in several more episodes. In 2004, Armstrong appeared on the HBO television series, Entourage an assistant to Ari Gold and love interest for Eric Murphy. Critics noted many similarities to her character Anna Stern and Emily. Later in 2007, Armstrong was cast in her first series regular role on the ABC drama/comedy television series, Dirty Sexy Money. She portrayed the role of Juliet Darling, a spoiled heiress who aspired to be a serious actress. In 2010, Armstrong guest appeared in the HBO television series How To Make It In America in the series first episode portraying the role of Jane. In 2012, she appeared in a The Mentalist episode, "Pink Tops" as a prostitute turned confidential informant for the California Bureau of Investigation.

As for her personal life, she has been married or not is the matterof confusion for her fans. She had given birth to baby boy on Decemeber 2012, but still her husband’s name has not yet disclosed in front of media.