A Toronto native, Samuel has performed for her city's leading theatre companies. She was recently seen as Ainsley Tewce in Margaret Atwood's The Edible Woman for the Canadian Stage Company. Her extensive theatrical credits include the title role in Stage West's Cinderella, For Hire at the Tarragon Theatre, Young People's Theatre's The Prince and the Pauper, Exorcize in Depravity at Buddies In Bad Times Theatre, Impassioned Embraces at The Poor Alex and the Canadian Stage Company's Les Belles Soeurs. Samuel's film and television credits include Harvard Man with Sarah Michelle Gellar and Eric Stoltz, and television movies' Killer Deal for UPN, There Is No City That Does Not Dream for Bravo and Grapes of Wrath with Terry Kinney and Gary Sinise. She has performed several radio plays for CBC Radio, as well as stand-up comedy at the New York Comedy Club and Gershwin Hotel.
Samuel graduated from Toronto's esteemed George Brown Theatre School where she received the John Bannerman Award for Most Promising Career.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
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