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Serinda Swan

Full / Real Name: Serinda G Swan
Born: 11 July 1984 (35 years old)
Gender: Female

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Serinda Swan is a Canadian actress and model best known for her starring role as Erica Reed in the action crime thriller television drama series Breakout Kings, from 2011-2012.

Swan was born in Vancouver, Canada to a family of artists, including her mother, an actress, and her father, a theatre director with a well-established acting school.

Throughout her education, Swan naturally gravitated to the arts. She also competed in many sports and eventually took her focus in athletics to gymnastics where many years of hard work led to her to a competitive level.

Her gymnastics background has led to numerous action films and the trade of performing her own stunts. Before the jump into film and television, Swan developed her career in entertainment with a successful modeling career and appearances in numerous commercials.

Swan soon moved into the television world with roles in popular shows like Supernatural, Psych and Reaper. Feature films soon followed as she booked roles in Beyond Loch Ness, Neil and Nikki and The Breakup Artist.

Swan has had a recurring role in the CW hit show Smallville as iconic comic character Zatana, and a supporting role in the big budget blockbuster Percy Jackson: Lightening Thief, directed by Chris Columbus.

Swan can now be seen on the feature side in a supporting role opposite Beau Garrett, Olivia Wilde and Jeff Bridges in the remake of the cult favourite Tron for Disney, Tron Legacy.


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Erica Reed

Erica Reed

Brittany Baker

Paige Arkin

Paige Arkin

Paige Arkin

Alana

Eileen Mazwell

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Zatanna Zatara

Zatanna Zatara

Zatanna Zatara

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Veritas/Ashley Frank

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