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Also Known As: Died:
Born: August 28, 1980 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Vancouver, British Columbia, CA Profession: actor, dancer

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Canadian actress Carly Pope got an early start with TV-movie work before landing the plum starring role of Sam, a high school student existing on the outskirts of the "in" clique whose mother falls in love with the father of her rival, cheerleader Brooke (Leslie Bibb), on The WB series "Popular" (1999-2001). The striking, dark-haired player performed well in the role, capably evincing the character's adolescent unease while also displaying her intelligence and perceptive humor, particularly in Sam's capacities as an honest and unflinching reporter for the school newspaper. While the series did not receive rousing critical acclaim, it generated a good deal of buzz, captured a core youth audience and landed Pope on the pages of many a teen fashion magazine, making her a most recognizable property.On the big screen, Pope debuted in David Nutter's 1998 feature "Disturbing Behavior", a disappointing teen thriller boasting a cast filled with a veritable who's who of upcoming young talent. She could next be seen in the direct-to-video children's feature "Aliens in the Wild Wild West" (1999). More notable was the actress' television work, beginning with a 1998 appearance in the NBC movie "I've Been Waiting...

Canadian actress Carly Pope got an early start with TV-movie work before landing the plum starring role of Sam, a high school student existing on the outskirts of the "in" clique whose mother falls in love with the father of her rival, cheerleader Brooke (Leslie Bibb), on The WB series "Popular" (1999-2001). The striking, dark-haired player performed well in the role, capably evincing the character's adolescent unease while also displaying her intelligence and perceptive humor, particularly in Sam's capacities as an honest and unflinching reporter for the school newspaper. While the series did not receive rousing critical acclaim, it generated a good deal of buzz, captured a core youth audience and landed Pope on the pages of many a teen fashion magazine, making her a most recognizable property.

On the big screen, Pope debuted in David Nutter's 1998 feature "Disturbing Behavior", a disappointing teen thriller boasting a cast filled with a veritable who's who of upcoming young talent. She could next be seen in the direct-to-video children's feature "Aliens in the Wild Wild West" (1999). More notable was the actress' television work, beginning with a 1998 appearance in the NBC movie "I've Been Waiting For You". While her role in that production was small enough to not even warrant her a real character name (credited simply as 'Cheerleader'), she would soon land a significant and memorable part in the troubling fact-based telefilm "Our Guys: Outrage in Glen Ridge" (ABC, 1999), playing Mari Ferrarez, a young woman who opportunistically befriends a mentally-challenged rape victim (Heather Matarazzo) in order to sway her testimony and protect the popular group of high school athletes accused of the heinous crime. Later that year she had a featured role in Showtime's "A Cooler Climate", playing the daughter of a couple in marital crisis. Pope was next featured as Molly in the ABC movie "Purple Haze" (2000), a cautionary tale starring Jonathan Jackson as a young man who follows the lead of his charismatic girlfriend (Pope) and succumbs to drug addiction.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Ambushed (2013)
3.
 Elysium (2013)
4.
 Concrete Blondes (2012)
5.
7.
 Stuntmen (2009)
9.
 Edison & Leo (2008)
10.
 Toronto Stories (2008)
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Raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
1998:
Appeared as a cheerleader in the NBC TV-movie thriller "I've Been Waiting For You"
1998:
Made her feature debut with a role in the teen thriller "Disturbing Behavior"
1999:
Played Mari Ferraez, a high school compatriot of a group of accused rapists, who deviously befriends the mentally challenged victim in order to influence her testimony, in the fact-based ABC TV-movie "Our Guys: Outrage in Glen Ridge"
1999:
Starred in the children's feature "Aliens in the Wild Wild West"
1999:
Was featured in the Showtime movie "A Cooler Climate", playing the daughter of a couple with a troubled marriage
1999:
Starred on The WB series "Popular" as Sam, a social outcast whose mother becomes engaged to popular cheerleader Brooke's father
2000:
Played featured role of Molly, the young woman who turns Jonathan Jackson's Max on to drugs, in the ABC movie "Purple Haze"
2001:
Cast as a young single mother in the comedy "See Spot Run"
2001:
Played the unhappy girlfriend of a poker player in the festival-screened "Finder's Fee"
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Education

Lord Byng Secondary School: Vancouver , British Columbia -
University of British Columbia: Vancouver , British Columbia -

Notes

Carly Pope on "Popular": "The show has a wit that is biting but it takes some effort to catch all the jokes. It makes you work harder." --quoted in Daily News, September 22, 1999.

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