Sam Huntington

1 Apr 1982


Sam Huntington (born April 1, 1982) is an American actor.Huntington's first role was in the 1996 television movie Harvest of Fire, which starred Lolita Davidovich. He then appeared opposite Tim Allen in Disney's Jungle 2 Jungle the following year. Roles in the films Detroit Rock City, Not Another Teen Movie, Rolling Kansas, Home of Phobia, In Enemy Hands and River's End followed, alongside guest appearances on CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, Law & Order, and Veronica Mars. He was also in the History Channel documentary The States when it covered New Hampshire.
In 2006, Huntington starred as Jimmy Olsen in Bryan Singer's Superman Returns. His most recent film was the comedy Fanboys. Huntington co-stars in the live film adaption of Dylan Dog: Dead of Night.
He currently plays the character of Josh, a werewolf, in the American sci-fi television series Being Human.


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Filmography (13 titles)

(movie, 2016)
Genre: Drama, History
Role: Actor (as Jeff Kolodjay)
(movie, 2015)
···The Throwaways
Genre: Thriller
Role: Actor (as Drew Reynolds)
(movie, 2014)
···Veronica Mars
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Crime
Role: Actor (as Luke Haldeman)
(movie, 2013)
···Three Night Stand
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Role: Actor (as Carl)
(movie, 2010)
···Dylan Dog: Dead of Night
Genre: Comedy, Horror, Mystery, Science Fiction
Role: Actor (as Marcus)
(movie, 2009)
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Drama
Role: Actor (as Eric)
(movie, 2006)
···Superman Returns
Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, Action, Science Fiction
Role: Actor (as Jimmy Olsen)
(movie, 2005)
···River's End
Genre: Action, Crime, Adventure
Role: Actor (as Clay Watkins)
(movie, 2004)
Genre: Comedy, Family
Role: Actor (as Ren Corky)
(movie, 2004)
···In Enemy Hands
Genre: Action, Drama, Thriller, War
Role: Actor (as Virgil Wright)
(movie, 2003)
···Rolling Kansas
Genre: Comedy
Role: Actor (as Dinkadoo Murphy)
(movie, 1999)
···Detroit Rock City
Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy
Role: Actor (as Jeremiah 'Jam' Bruce)
(movie, 1997)
···Jungle 2 Jungle
Genre: Comedy, Family
Role: Actor (as Mimi-Siku)