|Other names Angela Sarafian|
Name Angela Sarafyan
|Years active 2003–present|
Parents Grigor Sarafyan
|Born June 30, 1983 (age 32) (1983-06-30) Yerevan, Armenia|
Movies The Twilight Saga: Bre, A Good Old Fashioned Orgy, Paranoia, 1915, The Immigrant
Similar People James Gray, Garin Hovannisian, Robert Luketic, Bill Condon, Gor Kirakosian
Angela sarafyan actress interviewed by joan quin
Angela Sarafyan (Armenian: Անժելա Սարաֆյան, born June 30, 1983) is an Armenian American actress. She is sometimes credited as Angela Sarafian. She portrays Clementine Pennyfeather on the HBO series Westworld.
- Angela sarafyan actress interviewed by joan quin
- 2014 arpa film festival red carpet with actress angela sarafyan rising star award winner
- Early life
2014 arpa film festival red carpet with actress angela sarafyan rising star award winner
Sarafyan was born in Yerevan, Armenian SSR. When she was four, she moved with her parents to the United States, settling in Los Angeles. Her father, Grigor Sarafyan, is an actor and her mother is a painter. She did ballet and played piano as a child.
Sarafyan plays Stormy on Sex Ed: The Series, and she has appeared as a guest-star in several television series such as Judging Amy, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Shield, The Division, 24, Cold Case, South of Nowhere, Criminal Minds, CSI: NY, Nikita, Blue Bloods and The Mentalist. In 2008, she had a recurring role in the USA Network series In Plain Sight. In 2010 Sarafyan joined the cast of The Good Guys, playing offbeat and socially awkward Samantha Evans. She appeared in Lost & Found in Armenia in 2012.
Sarafyan has acted in the feature films: On the Doll, Kabluey, The Informers, A Beautiful Life, A Good Old Fashioned Orgy, and Lost & Found in Armenia. She played the role of Egyptian vampire Tia in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, the mate of vampire Benjamin.
She plays Clementine Pennyfeather on HBO's Westworld.
Along with such Hollywood stars as Christian Bale and Oscar Isaac, she appears in The Promise, a movie about Armenian genocide. The movie was attended and supported by various celebrities, such as George Clooney and his wife Amal, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sylvester Stallone and many others.