Anna Silk is an enthralling Canadian actress who made her foremost debut as Sabrina in the popular television sitcom, Daring and Grace: Teen Detectives. She was also well known for her role in Lost Girl in which she played as “Bo”, a supernatural character who could seduce and manipulate people with the touch of her skin.
She was born on the 31st of January 1974 in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Anna Silk and her sister, Mandy Silk were raised by their parents, Peter and Ilkay Silk. Her father is an academic don, while her mother is a renowned producer, actress, director, playwright, educator, and director of Drama at the prestigious St. Thomas University.
Anna’s father has a British descent while her mother has a Turkish-Cypriot descent. Anna attended St. Thomas University, where she bagged a Bachelor of Arts degree in the year 1997. During her stay in the university, she engaged in theatrical plays like The Kitchen and Seven Menus. Anna Silk was propelled by her mother to go into acting because of the inspiration she got while watching her mother act when she was a youngster. When Anna was a child, she was also engaged in a few TV activities of her own; as she featured in several commercials.
Anna Silk Career
In the year 1999, Silk relocated to Toronto where she ventured into acting professionally. At age 25, she started attending acting classes at an independent studio. She further made her foremost film debut in Confession of Dangerous Mind; where she played the role of Headset Woman in the movie. In addition, Anna Silk appeared in several Hollywood movies and series such as Lost Girl and Being Erica. In the renowned television sitcom Lost Girl, she and KJris Holden-Reid were seen together. Cassidy Rowland, the role she played in the television sitcom, Being Erica helped her to clinch the Gemini Awards nomination in the year 2009.
In the year 2015, Anna got a nomination from Golden Marple Awards in the category for Best Actress in a Television Series. She further earned the Canadian Screen Awards for her remarkable contribution to Lost Girl. Anna was also given the role of a flight attendant in the Canadian Nicoderm commercial.
Marriage, Husband, Baby
Anna Silk tied the nuptial knot with Seth Cooperman, her longtime boyfriend in December 2009, shortly after their engagement the same year. The modern-day Bonnie and Clyde first came in contact in the year 2007 in Los Angeles, at an acting workshop. Their bond was a lasting one, the couple is currently blessed with Samuel Jerome Cooperman and Levi Aaron; their two sons. Samuel was born in May 2013, while Levi was born on the 13th of May 2016.
Seth Cooperman is a writer and actor. In 2010, he was also involved in a role in Lost Girl, he’s also well known for his role in Sleepless (2015). He seems to be a funny guy, he sometimes describes his career in simple terms saying; sometimes ideas pop up in his head and he gets paid to write them down, or sometimes ideas pop up in other people’s heads and he gets paid to say them.
Height, Weight, Measurements
Anna Silk is 5 ft 5 inches tall and weighs 57 kg.
Silk has an estimated net worth of 6 million dollars with a salary of 450,000 dollars.
Anna Silk is relatively active on social media. She has over 128 thousand followers on Twitter and over 52 thousand followers on Instagram. Her Twitter feed is mostly a repost from her Instagram page, while on Instagram she posts a lot of her personal life stories, kids, and day-to-day activities.
Awards and Nominations
- In the year 2009, the alluring Anna Silk won the Canadian Screen Awards in the category – Fan’s Choice Awards. That same year, she clinched the Gemini Awards in the category for Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role Dramatic Series.
- By the year 2015, she got a nomination from Golden Marple Awards in the category for Best Actress in a TV Series Broadcasted in the US.
Facts about Anna
- She speaks multiple languages such as English, French, and understands some Spanish too.
- Anna was made a vegan from the commencement of second season awards.
- She was trained by a martial artist for some of her film appearances in order to prepare her for the physical scenes.