Samantha Win Relationship and Love life Details, Who is She Dating Currently?
Samantha Win is a martial artist and actress from Canada. She is best known for her roles in the Canadian television series Mortal Kombat: Legacy (2011) and the American movie Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021), and Army of the Dead (2001). She’s successfully been in the film industry for seven years now as an actress.
With the Canadian series “Aaron Stone,” she made her broadcast debut as a stuntwoman (2009). With the US-UK-Canadian-Japanese co-production “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,” she debuted as a stuntwoman. In 2011, she appeared in the American TV series Supah Ninjas as Daniella Monet’s stunt double (2011). Besides her professional career, she is also a romantic person. So, let’s know about his love life.
Samantha Win’s Relationship and Love life
Samantha Win married film star Allen Jo on May 4, 2011, before becoming famous at the age of 20. Allen is a 44-year-old American actor born on March 8, 1977, in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is famous for Wonder Woman. There are no details regarding their first meeting. They might’ve dated each other before their marriage.
Unfortunately, the couple divorced in 2019 after eight years of marriage. The actual reason for divorce isn’t revealed. The pair hasn’t shared any children from their wedding. As per a report, Allen is single after divorcing her.
However, Samantha, an Army of the Dead actress, has been dating fellow stuntman Shahaub Roudbari since December 2020. In the DC Extended Universe production Aquaman, Shahaub worked as a stunt performer and a utility stunt performer. He was also a member of the combat squad on Birds of Prey.
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By seeing their Instagram account, posting pictures of each other we can see how in love the love birds really are. We can see how the duo is loving each other. They might be a husband and wife in the following days.
Samantha Win’s Career Details
Samantha made her acting debut in 2011 as Kitana in the Canadian television series “Mortal Kombat: Legacy.” She was a part of the series till 2015. Moreover, Win made her film debut in 2013 with the American-British film “Man of Steel,” in which she played the character Car-vex. She made her American TV series debut in 2015 with the show ‘Agent X’ playing the character’ Juju.’
Following that, Canadian actress appeared in the American television shows Seven Bucks Digital Studios (2017), Lethal Weapon (2019), and Arrow (2019). She is best recognized for her parts in the American-British blockbusters Wonder Woman and Wonder Woman 2 (2017). Additionally, Samantha joined LA Theater and made her stage debut as “Catherine” in Arthur Miller’s “A View from the Bridge” (2018) at Thursday Night Theater Company in Los Angeles.
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