Apr. 3rd, 1982
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Cobie Smulders' Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2009 - The Slammin' Salmon
2005 - The Long Weekend
2004 - Walking Tall
Guest TV Roles
Herself - Panelist
Amazingly, newcomer Cobie Smulders never gave much thought to acting. Born on April 3, 1982, in Vancouver, British Columbia, as a girl, Cobie had set her sights on becoming a doctor or a marine biologist. In fact, it wasn't until high school that Cobie started to explore acting after appearing in several school productions. As a teenager, Cobie caught the eye of a modeling agency, which led to several years of world travel to places such as France, Japan, Italy, Greece, and Germany. Yet even as Cobie's modeling career was on the rise, she still managed to attend school, graduating from high school in 2000 with honors.
Once out of high school, Cobie continued modeling internationally until the opportunity arose to audition for film and television. It was not long before Cobie's natural ability as an actress impressed casting directors, landing her guest spots on television series such as "Special Unit 2" (2001) and "Jeremiah" (2002). In addition, Cobie also appeared in the short Candy from Strangers (2001) directed by fellow Canadian rising star Eric Johnson (I).
Cobie got her big break just months later when she landed the role of Juliet Droil in the ABC program "Veritas: The Quest" (2003). The series marked her first series role for television.
- Former model.
- Announced she is expecting her first child, with boyfriend 'Taran Killam' (qv), in late Spring 2009. [November 26, 2008].
- While announcing his departure from the long-awaited _Wonder Woman (2011)_ (qv) feature, 'Joss Whedon' (qv) joked that she was his choice to play Princess Diana of Themiscyra (WW herself).
- Gave birth to her first child with 'Taran Killam' (qv), a girl named Shaelyn Cado Killam on May 16th 2009.
- Participated in various sports as a teenager including tennis, swimming and soccer.
- Is of Dutch-British descent.
- Was voted "Most Respected" by her classmates her senior year in high school.