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Samantha Isler

Share your well wishes for Samantha via video! Each year, Circle Cinema honors two individuals with our Walk of Fame Medallion, and this year, Samantha Isler was chosen for her outstanding dedication to the arts, Oklahoma, and Circle Cinema. Join us in celebrating her achievements by contributing your heartfelt messages.

Her Story

Tulsa native Samantha Isler fell in love with the arts at a young age, participating in school and community theater before landing her first role at the age of twelve in the Oklahoma-made baseball film "Home Run The Movie." She quickly fell in love with being on set and all of the creative people it brought together. Samantha gained more exposure and experience appearing in other films and popular television shows, including "Supernatural" and "Grey’s Anatomy," all while remaining in Oklahoma amongst friends and family. Her most notable works to date include NBC comedy "Sean Saves The World" starring Sean Hayes, "Captain Fantastic" starring Viggo Mortensen, and "Molly’s Game" directed by Aaron Sorkin. After her Screen Actor’s Guild Nomination for Best Ensemble in 2017, Samantha pursued her education at the University of Kansas and earned a Bachelor of Arts in English. Her latest film, "Breakup Season," directed by H. Nelson Tracey, recently premiered at the Desertscape Film Festival in St. George, Utah, and will be released later this year after its festival run. Samantha enjoys the life she has created in Oklahoma and appreciates all of the creatives who work hard to make the state, and the city of Tulsa, a place in which the arts can thrive.

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