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Actor, HBO's "Insecure"

Kendrick Sampson: Biography at a Glance

  • Kendrick Sampson is an actor and activist, best known for his role as Nathan on the HBO hit comedy series, Insecure
  • Kendrick found his breakout role as Jesse on the hit CW series, The Vampire Diaries
  • He secured a series regular role on the Fox event series, Gracepoint, and joined the cast of the ABC hit series, How To Get Away with Murder as Caleb Hapstall
  • He has also had recurring roles on the Showtime comedy White Famous as well as the CW hit series, Supernatural and The Flash
  • His activism is focused on racial justice and criminal justice reform, as a proud supporter of the Standing Rock and Black Lives Matter movements, progressive political campaigns, and social justice education
Actor, HBO's "Insecure"

Kendrick Sampson is an actor and activist from the suburbs of Houston, Texas, where he was surrounded by musicians and artists and naturally gravitated to the arts. His work ethic, paired with a natural charismatic personality, took him from one project to the next, where he now plays Nathan on the HBO hit comedy series, Insecure.

Kendrick found his breakout role as Jesse on the hit CW series, The Vampire Diaries. In early 2014, he secured a series regular role on the Fox event series, Gracepoint, alongside heavyweights Nick Nolte, Anna Gunn, Jacki Weaver and Michael Pena. In 2015, Kendrick joined the cast of the ABC hit series, How To Get Away with Murder as Caleb Hapstall and in 2017, Sampson recurred on the Showtime comedy White Famous as well as the CW hit series, Supernatural and The Flash

Kendrick uses his voice to empower marginalized communities and to shine light on issues of inequity. His activism is focused on racial justice, specifically intersectionality within criminal justice reform and uniting Black, Brown & Indigenous communities. He is a proud supporter of the Standing Rock and Black Lives Matter movements, progressive political campaigns, and social justice education.

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