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Nikita: Season 3, Episode 6
My role: Sammy (Recurring)

In this scene, Sammy, a tech in Nikita's Division asks Sonya about rumors concerning a mole. This episode, titled "Sideswipe", first aired on December 7th, 2012.

03
Oct
2020
Posted by: Samy OsmanPosted in: Announcements, FilmComments: 0

So the pandemic hit. I felt really good about where things were; I was in multiple acting classes, sometimes three at a time, auditions were coming in (I probably had the most number of auditions I ever had in a week). Then suddenly, nothing…for months. However, now, things are slowly starting up again. I’ve been auditioning regularly (remotely) and may have landed some work (that I can’t discuss until…I can)!

Otherwise, I’ve created new reels with clips that weren’t present in previous ones. I may still be updating these but here they are for now! First is my new acting demo reel.

Second, something I never really had, an action, stunt based demo reel. Check it out!

If you’re not yet tired of seeing my face, here’s a film I created during the pandemic, during the Spring of this year. It was shot simply, on my own, at home and it’s called E-Ulogy. You can read more about it here and watch it below. It’s only 3 minutes, focused on performance and is essentially a monologue.

If you just watched the film, you’ll see how relevant it is to the current situation we’re all in. Hopefully we can all grow from it and be better for having gone through this experience. All the best!

22
Feb
2020

I made a new short film and just released it last month! Overcover is a buddy-cop, action-comedy film, following two undercover officers during an operation that doesn’t quite go as planned…because SOMEONE over-acted their role. Clocks in at 7 minutes with credits (including a scene after said credits). Check it out here!

Shot over the span of a day last summer and screened at the Reelworld Film Festival at the end of October (with a really enthusiastic response from the audience), Overcover was my most ambitious short film yet. I’ve never made a film with this amount of people involved in front and behind the camera, never put this much time in making a film and couldn’t have done it without the amazing team we put together. It’s got choreographed fights, visual effects, original music, was shot on an Arri Alexa and we got an amazing location! Check out the film’s page for a full list of credits if you’re curious!

My updates are infrequent, so as per usual, I’ll stick to some highlights! I’m really happy with my growth as an actor (and human being) lately and excited to keep that going; taking more classes than ever and recently completed Second City‘s Improv for Actors program. I’ve also had opportunities to audition for some exciting projects and booked a part on Handmaid’s Tale!

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Speaking of acting parts, I’ve landed roles in a few independent projects as well. One of which I’ve received a few stills from, with permission to share. See below!

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Commercial work has been coming in as well, so you may have caught me on TV or online in one of those. That, and maybe a few more book covers? I had the chance to work on several more. Always a good time!

Finally, if you’re in the industry, you may be familiar with the prestigious Canadian Film Center (CFC). I ended up working with them as an actor to create a teaser/pitch for one of their writer’s concept. Watch it here!

Until next time, feel free to keep an eye on my social media accounts for announcements and such!

04
Sep
2018
Posted by: Samy OsmanPosted in: Announcements, Events, Film, Internet, Personal, TelevisionComments: 0

First and foremost, I’d like to share my newest film! It’s a short, three minute comedic sketch called Pogonophilia (don’t worry I didn’t know what that meant until recently). Check it out below!

I had an idea and a limited amount of time to execute. With no budget, I grabbed my camera, got another actor friend involved and the two of us made the short. We were both cast and crew, recorded each others performances and made the most out of a very small team and limited equipment. Response has been pretty great so far on Facebook!

Otherwise, between now and the last update, lots has happened! Newborn has done very well in the festival circuit, aired on CBC Toronto and will air again on CBC, in all of Canada, on September 8th at 7pm Eastern as part of the 2018 Short Film Face Off! Check it out on TV if you live in Canada, or online for free at watch.cbc.ca/live/.

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Speaking of shorts, I’ve been cast on a few more since the last update, and recently was involved in a film called Picking Things Up by actor friend Phi Huynh. I actually had fight scene with my friend who started in and produced the film. Was really fun to work together and choreograph the sequence! As for other films, I happened to play cop type roles in a few different ones. Here’s a shot from one of them, called Residue.

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I’ve also booked a few commercials and print jobs that you may have seen me in (especially if you’re in Canada), or will soon, a few more Harlequin book covers and was even a guest on a podcast! Had some pretty cool auditions, some I can’t talk about but may lead to something exciting (!) and was even sent to network by the director/producer for a series regular character on a new comedy! I was one of two people selected, but at the end they went with the other actor. Even if I didn’t get it, it was so fun working on the role, had a blast in the audition room and got really close, so I’m happy! Also, my friend Simu Liu, known as Jung from Kim’s Convenience, asked me to play a role in his video pitch for a new series called “Silver” which you can watch below!

Lastly, some changes. I’ve recently acquired a new talent agent: Amanda Rosenthal at Amanda Rosenthal Talent! Her and her hard working team have already begun getting me some auditions that might lead to some pretty cool opportunities! Also, new headshots! Actor, photographer and cinematographer friend John Bregar has captured some pretty new pictures of me. Take a look!

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That’s it for now! Hope you enjoyed the short if you had a chance to watch it and that you can catch Newborn on September 8th!

01
Jul
2017
Posted by: Samy OsmanPosted in: Announcements, Film, Internet, PersonalComments: 0

If you’ve been visiting my site you’ve probably noticed I haven’t been updating it much. I’m mostly sharing things here and there through social media. Well, at least for today, that’s gonna change! A lot’s been going on since so I’ll try and stick to covering a few highlights.

Since the last update, I’ve had great times working with friends on independent projects and have plans to work on more soon, and possibly on a webseries as well! Intentionally keeping this vague as I’m not the biggest fan of talking about things before I get in front of the camera.

Speaking of indies, I’ve also made new friends working on films I’ve booked. I played the lead in one called “Newborn“. Although I can’t say much about it as it’s not yet released, I can say its message is very relevant for our times. Also, I can share this still from it!

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Halfway through last year’s summer I got my full motorcycle license along with my own bike! I’ve really been loving riding, and I’m so glad I decided to go for it and get one. Not only is it more efficient in terms of space you take up on the road, gas economy, free street parking here in Toronto, but it’s just so much fun.

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Also it’s a great way to practice being present and in the moment. No distractions like a radio, GPS navigation, your phone (hands free calls only of course)… I mean, you can set those things up, but I haven’t and sort of like it that way. It’s more of a focused experience, which can really tie into acting actually.

Back in April of this year, I posted this video which got such a strong response from my friends. I don’t really want to give anything away in case you haven’t seen it yet…and because it would ruin the point of it. So here it is if you’re interested in checking it out!

Another film I worked on was a Canadian-European feature film shot in Montreal called “The Perfect Kiss” in which I play a supporting role, specifically the love interest of the lead and it should be in theaters around this Christmas/holiday season.

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Did I say it was a romantic comedy? I was laughing at some funny and sometimes quite clever moments when reading the script…and really look forward to seeing how it all turns out!

Although working on set is a great blessing, I’ve come to a have a certain mindset regarding my career; above getting parts, above getting auditions, I want to just do my thing and get better. Whether working on scenes in or out of class, helping people with their scenes and self tapes, or any other acting related work, I’m content, without having to be on set. Of course when that happens, great! However, it’s the work itself, whether or not I’m getting paid, and the growth, that I’m interested in the most.

Speaking of, somewhat recently, LB Acting Studio, where I’ve been studying non-stop for the last few years, shared some work I did in class. Check out the scenes below if you’re curious!

We also recently celebrated my acting coach Lewis Baumander’s 45 years in the business! I’m so grateful to have him as a mentor in my life. He’s turned out to be so much more than an acting teacher to me.

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Well, there’s definitely a lot that I left out but I wanted to at least take the time to share and reflect on a few things. I’ll keep up with the occasional updates on social media for now and thanks for the interest in my career!

25
Aug
2015
Posted by: Samy OsmanPosted in: Film, TelevisionComments: 0

Although I’ve somewhat been sharing what I’ve been up to, mostly through my Twitter account, I haven’t written a proper blog entry in over a year! I figure it’s time to write about some recent news.

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I had mentioned a few months back that I landed a role on the show Saving Hope. Had a great time being on set! The cast and crew were very hospitable (no pun intended, the show being set in a hospital). Some of the regular cast even recorded a video to say hi to my mom (thanks Benjamin Ayres and Julia Taylor Ross)! Actually, the episode, titled Sympathy for the Devil, will be airing soon; specifically September 24th, 2015. So tune in if you can and catch me playing “Sam”! That’s right, just like I was called “Sammy” in the recurring role on Nikita, I once again played a character whose name resembled my own.

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Once again, some Clean Break news! The feature film in which I play the leading man, Cam Dawson, is now available on physical DVDs! Looks like it’s only in the US for now…and you should be able to find it in some stores as well as online. Of course, it’s still available digitally in Canada and the US (on platforms such as iTunes, etc.).

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Now for something you haven’t heard of yet, as I don’t think I mentioned this before… Shavasana is a short film I was involved with a little while back. That picture above is actually a still from the film. I was quite impressed with it and can understand why it’s been selected to premiere in the Atlantic Film Festival in Halifax, Nova Scotia! It will be shown on both September 19th and the 22nd along with other short films…so I encourage you to check it out if you’re in the area during that time! The fact that my character name is “John” and that I will be the one with the most prominent beard (as you can see from the still) is probably the most I can say about it. That and it was fun to shoot. Hoping for more screenings in the future!

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Almost forgot, the episode of Mayday (aka “Air Emergency”) I was in had aired a little while ago in Canada, the UK and other places (I was reminded that it’s an internationally watched show). In season 14, episode 9, called “Third Time Unlucky” or “No Clear Options” in Canada, I played “Captain Jordi Lopez”, from Spain, with accent and all. If you’re curious about checking out the episode, you’ll have to keep an eye out for re-runs!

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I’ve had other great jobs over the last year or so, from book covers, print jobs to independent film work, a music video (called “Shake it Off” and not by Taylor Swift but Rezonate), doubling and stunt work. Really thankful for the work, the experiences, people I’ve met and reconnected with. I’ve also been keeping busy with ongoing acting classes, martial arts and stunt training, along with some edged weapon, firearm, tactical training as well. I feel as if things are just getting better and better!

I leave you with this video explaining my process of getting into character…a particular one. Not to be taken too seriously which you will know if you’ve seen my other 0:15 videos!

18
Jul
2014
Posted by: Samy OsmanPosted in: Internet, TelevisionComments: 0

I recently booked another national TV commercial and I can now share it with you! This Listerine ad titled “Half Job” was originally planned only for the web during 2014 and 2015, but they eventually chose to air in across Canada as well. Well, on top of that, they are running it in the United States too!

It’s the first TV advertisement that I’m a part of, since joining ACTRA, that gets aired in the USA. You’ll find me playing the half-bearded man (well, the only man, one who is eventually clean shaven by the end, known as “beard guy” on set). The whole idea is you find people doing half the job of their morning routine. Shaved half their face, washed half their hair, moisturized half their face. Why? Because brushing your teeth shouldn’t be the only part of your oral health care. Check out the commercial below!

Strangely enough, about a month prior to shooting this, I had released a comedic sketch (one of my 15s videos originally created for Instagram) which…without giving too much away, had something in common with the Listerine commercial. After you watch it, it will all makes sense.

On set, they were a little worried when I went to shave half my face. I had to get it just right. I reassured them that I had done it before and that I could do it on my own. In the end, it all worked out with the clients and team being really happy with the work (both the shaving job and performance). Lots of fun on this one…and I have to say, they had this vegetarian meatloaf for lunch that blew my mind!

Henry Judge, Dave Dawson and Samy Osman on set of Mayday - The pretend pilots Henry and Samy reviving instructions from real life pilot Dave.

I also got back on the show Mayday (also referred to as Air Emergency, Air Crash Investigation and many other names)! They usually don’t like to repeat actors, but since it’s been a few years, I was invited back to audition for a part and landed it! Previously, I had played Safety Pilot O. Ozgur in the episode titled Who’s in Control? and this time, I play a Spanish Captain. It was the first time I had to learn and perform with a Spanish accent. I loved the work, the challenge, and in the end, the director was pleased with accent and the shoot went great! Saw a lot of familiar faces on set (from the previous episode of Mayday and other sets) and had fun working with a lot of good people! I believe this will be the 9th episode of the 14th season. Will provide more information closer to the air date so stay tuned!

01
Jul
2014
Posted by: Samy OsmanPosted in: Announcements, FilmComments: 0

Clean Break starring Tianna Nori, Samy Osman and Sean Kaufmann is now available to own or rent on iTunes.

As the title indicates, the psychological thriller, Clean Break can now be digitally rented or purchased via iTunes starting today! It’s also available through video on demand through Rogers, Telus and Shaw across Canada! Also, I thought I’d share that it won Best Drama Feature Film at the 2013 Atlanta Horror Film Festival (American Premiere) and had its Canadian Premiere at the 2013 Blood in the Snow Film Festival, opening to a sold out crowd…but enough talk, check out the trailer below!

This feature length film stars Tianna Nori, myself and Sean Kaufmann with the supporting cast including Leora Morris, Serge Plourde and even Brad Smith, the first Canadian Bachelor from “The Bachelor Canada” and is directed by Tricia Lee, written by Corey Brown and produced by Jordan Gross and Geordie Sabbagh.

Here’s a little write up, mostly from Clean Break’s Facebook page:

You can choose your roommates, but you can’t choose their girlfriends.

For Cam Dawson (Samy Osman) and his two housemates, Scott (Sean Kaufmann) and Dan (Serge Plourde), life is a constant party. There are no rules, no boundaries and, most importantly, no commitments the morning after. It’s a perfect living arrangement…until Scott meets Tracy (Tianna Nori).

While Cam tries to convince Scott he’s making a huge mistake, Tracy will stop at nothing for the perfect relationship and will get rid of anyone who stands in her way. In this psychological thriller, one-night-stands are fleeting…but you can take love to the grave.

If this sounds like something you’d like to watch, then this film may be for you! Search “Clean Break” (or even my name if you’d like) on iTunes and rent or purchase it today! It’s also worth mentioning that, as it stands, when I check out the “Movies” section of iTunes, I see it on the first row (second from the right) of the front page under “New & Noteworthy”!

Clean Break is now available on to own or rent iTunes, and currently on the home page of Movies.

Finally, I’d like to wish a happy Canada Day to my fellow Canadians!

21
Jan
2014
Posted by: Samy OsmanPosted in: Internet, TelevisionComments: 0

Earlier this month, Woodgreen begun their #ChangeTheConversation campaign bringing attention to the WoodGreen Homeward Bound program, asking the question “What if we cared about those living in poverty as much as we care about celebrities?”

Homeward Bound is an award-winning, 4-year program that helps homeless or struggling single mothers earn a tuition-paid college diploma, start a career, and become self-sufficient. Piloted by WoodGreen in 2004, it provides women with childcare, affordable housing, and other support- all under one roof. To date, we’ve helped 176 women with 216 children graduate and earn competitive wages in positions like law clerk, data management officer, technical service analyst, and many more.Woodgreen.org.

This campaign highlights struggling single mothers and their children through both print ads with mock celebrity magazine covers and a video which parodies celebrity gossip entertainment shows. Well, I’m actually in that video! I play the male host, alongside Michelle Argyris who starts off the show, titled Gossip Today, as the female host. Check it out below:

“Our creative is a parody of popular celebrity media culture, but instead of celebrity-focused stories, it features hard-hitting headlines about struggling single mothers and the real hardships they face each day. Learning about celebrities is fun, but we want people to recognize that there are many others who are in greater need of our attention and support. – Denise Rossetto, executive creative director at DDB Canada

Not only is it great to be a part of such a creative campaign, but the fact that it’s about making a difference, shifting our focus to important issues, makes it that much better. On top of that, I had an amazing time on set as we shot the video, working with awesome people! Plus, check out what the good folks at Woodgreen shared with me through their Twitter account:

World-wide is right! Not only has it been widely covered by many news sources in Canada, but outside of the country as well. It’s really nice to know that the message is not only getting across, but being spread as well, striving to make positive changes. Again, I’m really glad to have had a chance to play a small part of this campaign. A job well done to all involved!

09
Dec
2013
Posted by: Samy OsmanPosted in: TelevisionComments: 4

I’ve been given a copy of the video and have permission to share it with you! Here is Tim Hortons’ 2013 Holiday Canadian national TV commercial called “Gift of Coffee” (also refereed to as the “Hi” commercial) featuring the Limited Edition Coffee Mug:

Starring Parveen Kaur and Samy Osman.

Directed by Patrice Sauvé
Client: Tim Hortons
Agency: JWT
Agency Producer: Christie Grant
Copywriter: Tyler Schell
Production: JET Films
Editor: Brian Williams
Song: Landon Pigg – Falling In Love At A Coffee Shop

A JWT Toronto, JWT Montreal and Jet Films collaboration, edited by Poster Boy.

Shot in Montreal, Quebec, Canada during the month of November 2013.

04
Dec
2013
Posted by: Samy OsmanPosted in: TelevisionComments: 9

On December 2nd, this season’s holiday Tim Hortons “Gift of Coffee” / “Hi” commercial (featuring the Limited Edition Coffee Mug) came on the air here in Canada to such a positive response! In it, I play the leading man, running into the leading girl at various times throughout the 30 seconds.

Samy Osman as the male lead in the 2013 Holiday Tim Hortons Commercial

How to gauge how people feel about a TV commercial, especially when it’s not online (on YouTube for example), other than hearing from your friends and family (who’s opinion are just as important of course)? Well I turned to a Twitter search* and here’s a sample of what I found:

Twitter response of the 2013 Tim Hortons holiday commercial captured on December 4th

This is just after less than two days of being on the air! You can see for yourself and try this search, it may still be relevant for the next couple of weeks: https://twitter.com/search?q=timhortons%20commercial&f=realtime*

Needless to say I’m glad to hear such positive responses for it, “melting my heart”, “pulls at my heart strings”, “warms my heart” and how it’s “so cute” makes me even happier to have been part of it! Not to mention the amazing time I had in Montreal shooting this. The cast and crew were a pleasure to work with and I really got to speak a lot French. I don’t think I’ll be saying no to future opportunities to in Montreal; I hadn’t been there in a long while and hope that not as much time go by before I visit again.

Feel free to check out my Facebook page for more stills of the commercial that I recently uploaded. You can also check them out on my Trovebox photo gallery.

*NOTE: Updated search on Dec 15th, 2013 to include different ways of referring to Tim Hortons.