Samara Weaving, born on Feb 23, 1992, in Adelaide, Australia, began acting in 2008 as Kirsten Mulroney on the series "Out of the Blue" in Australia. 

Following her departure from "Home and Away," Weaving ventured to the US, showcasing her talent in the first season of "Ash vs Evil Dead" (2015-2016). 

From 2017 to 2019, Weaving joined the cast of "SMILF." In 2017, she starred in "Mayhem," "The Babysitter," and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

Weaving's performance in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" contributed to the cast's Screen Actors Guild Award. In 2019, she earned praise as a scream queen in the film "Ready or Not." 

TV: "Picnic at Hanging Rock" (2018), "Hollywood" (2020). Film: "Guns Akimbo" (2019), "Last Moment of Clarity" (2020), "Bill & Ted Face the Music" (2020), "Scream VI" (2023).

Samara Weaving's upbringing spanned Singapore, Fiji, Australia, and Indonesia, influenced by her father's filmmaking and her mother's art therapy. Hugo Weaving is her uncle.  

As drama captain at Canberra Girls Grammar School, Weaving began her modeling career in 2012, collaborating with Bonds.

Weaving's talents extend to directing and writing short films. She featured in Charlie Puth's music video for "Attention" in 2017. 

Weaving portrayed Nelson Rose in "SMILF" (2017-2019) and gained acclaim as a scream queen in "Ready or Not." 

Weaving starred in "Guns Akimbo" (2019), headlined "Last Moment of Clarity" (2020), and returned for "The Babysitter: Killer Queen" (2020). 

Weaving played Thea Preston in "Bill & Ted Face the Music" (2020). Joined "Nine Perfect Strangers" (2021) and starred in "The Valet" (2022). 

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