Sam Spruell Biography
Birthday: January 1, 1977 (Capricorn)
Born In: Southwark, London, England
Sam Spruell is a British actor best known for his works in films like ‘Elizabeth: The Golden Age’, ‘The Hurt Locker’, ‘Taken 3’, and ‘The Martian’. He has also appeared in TV shows like ‘The Runaway’, ‘Mayday’, and ‘The Bastard Executioner’. A London native, Spruell developed an interest in acting quite early in his life. He made his screen debut in the 1995 musical video ‘Cabaret’. He had his cinematic debut seven years later, in the 2002 historical thriller drama ‘K-19: The Widowmaker’. He garnered significant attention for portraying Wilkes in the 2003 show ‘P.O.W’. In the ensuing years, he has established himself as a prominent character actor. In his over two-decade-long acting career, he has accumulated more than 60 film and TV credits. Although he feels more comfortable in portraying dramatic and comedic roles, he is most known for his outing as Finn in the 2012 fantasy horror drama film ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’. He has also delivered memorable performances in projects like ‘City of Vice’, ‘Defiance’, ‘Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll’, ‘Outlaw King’, and ‘Instruments of Darkness’.