Tracy Spiridakos

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Tracy Spiridakos

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Tracy Spiridakos
Tracy Spiridakos at PaleyFest 2013.jpg

Spiridakos at PaleyFest 2013
Born Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 2007–present

Tracy Spiridakos is a Canadian actress. She starred as Becky Richards on the Teletoon children’s comedy series Majority Rules! from 2009–2010. She then starred as Charlotte “Charlie” Matheson on the NBC post-apocalyptic science fiction series Revolution from 2012–2014, for which she was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Actress on Television. She played Annika Johnson on the A&E television drama Bates Motel.

Early life[edit]

Spiridakos was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba,[1] to Greek-born parents, restaurant owners George and Anastasia Spiridakos.[2] She has two brothers.[3] The family moved to her father’s hometown, Skala, Greece near Sparta, a few years after she was born, and returned to Canada in 1992.[4] She strongly identifies with her Greek heritage and speaks fluent Greek.[5][6] Spiridakos began acting in junior high school, and studied at the Actors Training Centre of Manitoba.[7] She graduated from Oak Park High School in Winnipeg.[8]

Career[edit]

Spiridakos moved to Vancouver in 2007 to pursue acting, and within weeks landed her first television role, a small part on Supernatural.[9][10] She continued working in television, with walk-on roles on Bionic Woman, The L Word, Hellcats, and Psych.[1] Spiridakos appeared in the TV movie Goblin, and the web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy. She also had a recurring role on Being Human as werewolf Brynn McLean.[11]

In 2009, she won her first starring role in the Canadian Teletoon series Majority Rules!, playing 15-year-old Becky Richards.[7] She made her feature film debut in 2011 with Rise of the Planet of the Apes, and filmed the low-budget thriller, Kill For Me, with Donal Logue and Katie Cassidy.[3][10] Spiridakos appeared as Sammi in the 2012 Nickelodeon original movie, Rags. She then landed a lead role on the NBC television series Revolution as Charlotte “Charlie” Matheson, a survivalist in a dystopian future civilization.[2] She auditioned for the role while attending her first pilot season in Los Angeles. Spiridakos shot the pilot in Atlanta, and filmed the first season in Wilmington, North Carolina.[9] She was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Actress on Television for her performance in the first season, losing out to Fringe’s Anna Torv. Production moved to Austin, Texas for the series’ second season.[12]

Spiridakos guest starred on season 3 of the Showtime sitcom, Episodes, as Dawn, a daughter of character Morning Randolph (Mircea Monroe).[13] In August 2014, Spiridakos helped to raise awareness of the disease ALS by participating in the Ice Bucket Challenge.[14] Spiridakos began a recurring role on the A&E television drama, Bates Motel in 2015, playing Annika Johnson, a prostitute who arrives at the hotel at the start of the third season.[15] She will also star opposite Jonathan Rhys Meyers in the romantic comedy Byrd & the Bees, directed by Finola Hughes.[16] Spiridakos filmed an untitled television pilot for CBS in 2015, directed by Pamela Fryman. She stars as Holly opposite Adam Brody, playing childhood friends who reconnect later in life.[17]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Rise of the Planet of the Apes Party Girl #2
2013 Kill for Me Hayley Jones
2015 The Byrd and the Bees Rebecca Byrd

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Supernatural Nurse Episode: “Bedtime Stories”
2007 Bionic Woman Annie Episode: “The List”
2007 Aliens in America Liz Episode: “Church”
2008 Every Second Counts Girl #1 Television film
2008 Secret Lives of Second Wives, TheThe Secret Lives of Second Wives Meredith Television film
2009 L Word, TheThe L Word Pretty Young Woman Episode: “LMFAO”
2009 Web of Desire Megan Television film
2009–2010 Majority Rules! Becky Richards Lead role, 26 episodes
2010 Psych Saralyn Episode: “Viagra Falls”
2010 Hellcats Ella Episode: “Beale St. After Dark”
2010 Tower Prep Penny Episode: “Boo Report”
2010 Boy She Met Online, TheThe Boy She Met Online Cami Winters Television film
2010 Goblin Nikki Perkins Television film
2011 Soldiers of the Apocalypse Forty Unsold television pilot
2011 Mortal Kombat: Legacy Blue Episode: “Raiden”
2012 Being Human Brynn McLean 4 episodes
2012 Rags Sammi Television film
2012–2014 Revolution Charlotte “Charlie” Matheson Lead role, 42 episodes
Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Actress on Television
2014 Episodes Dawn Randolph 2 episodes
2015 Bates Motel Annika Johnson 3 episodes
2015 Untitled O’Shannon/Warren Project Holly Unsold television pilot
2016 Recon Alexa Unsold television pilot
2016 MacGyver Nikki Carpenter Episodes: “The Rising”, “Corkscrew”, “Screwdriver”
2017 Chicago P.D. Detective Hailey Upton Episode: “Fagin”
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