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Sam Sorbo credits her adventurous personality and an inquisitive nature for her eclectic list of accomplishments and attributes: international fashion model, real estate developer, actress, wife, mother of three, writer, philosopher, photographer, hospital volunteer, and founder of TrueFeminist.com. She speaks five languages fluently and advocates home schooling.  Sam first traveled abroad with her mother on a tour of Europe that kindled her intense travel lust. She spent her senior year of high school as an exchange student in Sweden, then attended Duke University to study biomedical engineering. During college she spent a year in Paris, learning French and pursuing her interest in fashion and photography with the renowned Elite modeling agency in Paris, France.  Getting cast in films like “Twenty Bucks” opposite Brendan Fraser and “The Bonfire of the Vanities”, with Bruce Willis, Melanie Griffiths, Morgan Freeman, and F. Murray Abraham, led her to move to Hollywood, where she continued with starring roles in films such as “The Crew,” (opposite Viggo Mortenson), “Fortunes of War,” (Martin Sheen), and “Ed and His Dead Mother,” (Steve Buscemi) and numerous guest-starring turns on TV, including a half-season on “Chicago Hope” with Christine Lahti and “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys,” during which she met and subsequently married the show’s star, Kevin Sorbo.

An author in her own right, (Gizmoe: The legendary Journeys and The Answer), Sam was a contributor to Kevin’s recent memoir, True Strength: My Journey from Hercules to Mere Mortal and How Nearly Dying Saved My Life , which chronicles Kevin’s intense battle to recover from the three strokes he suffered shortly before the pair were married.  The Sorbos currently live in Los Angeles where Sam enjoys writing and educating their three children.

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