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All About Cindy Sampson’s Married Life With Her Husband And Also Her Family Details!

Cindy Sampson

Cindy Sampson, a Canadian actress, has been enjoying a beautiful married life since 2016. The couple began dating in 2014 and married in 2015.

Life As A Married Couple

On 7th July 2016, Sampson married Ryan Wickel, a Canadian decorator and renovator. In terms of the wedding, the pair eloped to Las Vegas and married.

The actress is candid about her marriage and frequently posts about him on social media.

Cindy took to Instagram on February 18, 2020, and shared a throwback photo from their wedding with the caption-

“Six years ago today we went on our first date…been laughing (at him) ever since “

Additionally, Cindy and Ryan do not have children yet, but they do have a puppy, Whistler, whom Sampson frequently displays on Instagram.

On January 10, 2021, Sampson shared a photo of herself and her husband with their dog, along with the caption:

“Puppy got big or husband got small? #sheepadoodle #7monthsold #marieyoureintrouble”

Cindy Sampson’s Additional Information

Cindy Marie Sampson, aka Cindy Sampson, was born in Nova Scotia, Canada, on 27th May 1978 to Glenn and Janice Sampson. She is 5 feet 7 inches tall (1.70m). Her parents are now divorced, and her father is in a relationship with another lady named Donna. Cindy, on the other hand, remains close to her parents and even her stepmother.

Apart from her parents, Cindy had a younger brother, who tragically died in 2005 at the age of 25. In his memory, Cindy got his signature tattoed on her wrist.

Cindy started her work at a very young age. Her first on-screen appearance was in the Canadian TV series Street Cents at the age of eleven. She achieved tremendous renown from her performance, but she wanted to focus on her education at that time.

Later, she moved back into acting after attending the Randolph Academy of the Performing Arts. She started from the bottom, taking little roles in movies and TV shows.

As of now, Cindy has fifty acting credits to her name. She has appeared in movies and TV shows like A Guy and a Girl (2002), Jesse Stone: Stone Cold (2005), October 1970 (2006), Blind Trust (2007), Supernatural (2007-2011), Wings of the Dragon (2014), A Christmas Crush (2019), and A Christmas Break (2020) to mention a few.

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