Leah Gibson

TV Actress

Leah Gibson was born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on January 3rd, 1985 and is the TV Actress. At the age of 38, Leah Gibson biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, TV shows, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 3, 1985
Place of Birth
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
38 years old
Zodiac Sign
Actor, Film Actor
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Leah Gibson Life

Leah Diane Gibson (born January 3, 1985) is a Canadian film and television actress.

Early life

Leah Gibson was born in Victoria, British Columbia. Erin is her twin sister. She began dancing at the age of four, leading to training and performance in vocational fields such as ballet and many styles of jazz. She discovered musical theatre in the early days of dancing and singing. She transferred to a high school that specialized in fine arts, earned honor-roll grades, and graduated at the top of her class.

Gibson studied psychology at the University of Victoria, one of the select few people invited to study under the UVic honours program. She was both cast in her first professional theatre performance and outlawed from university. Within two months, the touring company lost money, and the performance was cancelled. Gibson then migrated to Vancouver, seeking a career in film acting.


Leah Gibson Career


In 2007, Gibson began her acting career in television, appearing on Psych, in the television film Second Sight, and on the miniseries Tin Man. She also played Penelope in Odysseus: Voyage to the Underworld (2008). Gibson's very first lead role in a feature film, namely Amy Singer in The Devil's Ground (2009), was booked within six months of signing an agent. That same year, she portrayed the supporting role of Silhouette's Girlfriend in Zack Snyder's Watchmen, as well as a role in Happy to Be Here (2009). She continued her television career in Stranger with My Face (2009), and appeared as the character Hannah in two episodes of Riese (2009). In 2010, Gibson played Nettie in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, and was also attached to the cast of A Night for Dying Tigers. From 2010 to 2011, she starred in the two short films The Metal Box (2010) and The Fence (2011). In 2010, she also played a minor character in the TV movie called Betwixt. Gibson portrayed the avatar Emmanuelle on Caprica (2010), which accredited three episodes. She then made a guest appearance as Palomino on Supernatural in the episode "Two Minutes to Midnight". In 2011, she was credited in Rise of the Planet of the Apes as playing Alyssa Williams. Subsequent television credits included He Loves Me (2011) and Soldiers of the Apocalypse (2011). She played supporting characters in Kill for Me (2013) as Natalie Ross, Indie Jonesing (2012) as Gina, and lead role in the short film Leave Us Alone (2012). In the course of five episodes, she has played Candi Lussier in a recurring role on Arctic Air (2012–2013). Gibson's work for the rest of 2012 consisted of episodes on The True Heroines, and the pilot episode for American Housewife.


Dust off those figurines... if they're Bunnykins, they can make a fortune

www.dailymail.co.uk, July 1, 2023
Bunnykins tableware and figurines have been loved by British families for generations. Millions will have fond memories of eating from plates, bowls and cups with the distinctive rabbit borders and delicate illustrations. But while some Bunnykins pieces, made by British manufacturer Royal Doulton, hold little value today, some are commanding record prices. Demand is rising in Britain driven by nostalgia - with people fondly remembering pieces kept on the mantelpiece or in a cabinet by their parents or grandparents.
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