Samantha Barks
Manx actress and singer
Samantha Barks
Samantha Jane Barks is a Manx singer and actress who first rose to fame after coming third in the BBC talent show–themed television series I'd Do Anything in 2008. In 2012, she made her film debut as Éponine in the film version of the long-running musical Les Misérables.
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Huffington Post - over 1 year
It's no secret theatre districts act as important economic engines in urban areas. Although many theatres have been built in reasonable proximity to concert halls and mass transit lines, grouping auditoriums together as part of an architectural concept started nearly 100 years ago. Today, one city block in the heart of Broadway's theatre district contains six theatres (the Booth, Shubert, Majestic, Broadhurst, Gerald Schoenfeld, Bernard B. Jacobs and John Golden) which share a curious architectural history. Beginning a little more than 50 years ago, several American cities started laying plans for multi-theatre performing arts centers which could accommodate their resident theatre, opera, ballet and symphony organizations as well as touring productions. Opened in 1962, New York's Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is home to the 3,900-seat Metropolitan Opera House, the 2,738-seat David Geffen Hall, the 2,586-seat David H. Koch Theatre, the 1,095-seat Alice Tul ...
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New Film Exposes Russia's Mass Murder of Ukrainians, Aggression that Continues Today
Huffington Post - over 1 year
Russia hid details about the mass starvation on an unimaginable scale by Stalin in the 1930s and afterward until archives were opened following Ukraine's independence in 1991. Ukraine is a nation interrupted, its identity and promise stolen by invaders and predators for centuries. Ukraine's principle oppressor has been, and remains, Russia where leaders like Vladimir Putin propagate the fiction that Ukraine is "little Russia". But the two are distinctive and the Ukrainian language is as different from Russian as is Spanish from French. Putin's postulation is not only inaccurate, but deeply hurtful and insulting, given the historical and ongoing abuse by Moscow of Ukraine. In the 1930s, Joseph Stalin perpetrated one of the greatest crimes against humanity in history by purposely starving to death millions of Ukrainians for resisting his Five Year Plan to collectivize and industrialize agriculture. Finally, a film will be released in the new year that portrays Stalin's mon ...
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Samantha Barks Makes Beautiful Music for Mark Cosmetics
People Magazine - over 3 years
Rob Loud; Courtesy of Mark The birthday celebration continues for Mark! Les Miserablés star Samantha Barks ditches her street-rat rags for full-on glam as the next featured celeb in Mark’s “10 to Watch” campaign. The Broadway star follows R&B singer Elle Varner as a woman “making her mark” in the world — and landing the cover of the brand’s “magalog” for this month (check it out below!) Celeb makeup artist Jamie Greenberg did the star’s pretty, fresh cover look using Mark products. Check out how to get it, below, and tell us: Who do you think should be the next “woman to watch” in the campaign? Rob Loud; Courtesy of Mark The whole look was done with the Super Color Box Total Face Palette, from blush to lip gloss. A few of our favorite tips: For the star’s colorful, bold eye look, apply the Super Color Box Total Face Palette’s darkest purple shade across lids. Then using mark’s Flat Eyeliner Brush, apply the Super Color Box Total Face Palette’s darkest green shade to t ...
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Happy 43rd Birthday, Kelly Ripa!
The Hollywood Gossip - over 3 years
One of America's most bubbly celebrities celebrates a birthday today. Yes, Kelly Ripa is now 43 years old! The talk show host has a new haircut and a relatively new colleague, as Michael Strahan took over co-anchoring duties about a year ago. Ripa rose to fame as Hayley Vaughn on All My Children and married and married Mark Consuelos on May 1, 1996. They have three children together. Still, despite these accomplishments, Ripa isn't the most impressive person to have been born on October 2: If he were alive, Mahatma Gandhi would be 144 years old today. Among other famous folks celebrating a birthday: Sting (62) Camilla Belle (27) Rima Fakih (27) Samantha Barks (23)  
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The Ultimate Ladies' Man?
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
If the gossip rags are correct, Russell Brand has had very few lonely nights since he filed for divorce from Katy Perry back in December 2011. Over the last 14 months, tabloid reports have linked the British funnyman to a number of ladies, including actresses, models, stylists, singers and more than a few mystery girls too. But on Wednesday, the notorious womanizer told The Mirror that he's "concentrating on work now and not especially looking for anyone." He did mention, though, that he took quite a liking to "Les Mis" actress Samantha Barks, who he met at the Oscars last month. "We chatted and she’s from the Isle of Man," he said. "She’s like a bedimpled, little Manx angel. She was a lovely, beautiful young woman." Will Barks be on Brand's arm next? Only time will tell! Click through the slideshow below to see nine other women Brand has reportedly romanced since his split from Perry. Keep in touch! Check out HuffPost Divorce on Facebook and Twitter.
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Russell Crowe Catches 'UFO' On Tape; Internet Not So Sure
Popeater - almost 4 years
Russell Crowe saw a UFO last night. That's right, the "Les Miserables" star claims to have had his very own "close encounter" while trying to catch fruit bats on camera over the Sydney Botanic gardens. Crowe posted the series of time lapse pictures -- condensed into a YouTube video -- to his Twitter account Tuesday. UFO? Time Lapse Photos Outside RC's Woolloomooloo Office (THESE ARE REAL!): youtu.be/W63K--xUg6o via @youtube — Russell Crowe (@russellcrowe) March 6, 2013 The 23-second video, which features a stand of trees at dusk, appears to show a mysterious, disk-like object flying horizontally from the right to left side of the frame. As skeptics questioned the colorful actor's claim, Crowe defended the pictures via Twitter, insisting it wasn't a trick of the light or errant camera flash. (Although the creepy music is all Crowe.) Canon 5D, No Flash, can't be a lense flare because it moves , camera is fixed youtu.be/W63K--xUg6o via @youtube — Russell Crowe ...
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Susan Boyle Makes Film Debut With Les Mis Hottie In The Christmas Candle!
Perez Hilton - almost 4 years
Is this a warm up for her autobiographical movie role?! Susan Boyle has started filming her acting debut in The Christmas Candle on the Isle of Man and she's not in bad company either! The former Britain's Got Talent contestant will be featured alongside Les Miserables' Samantha Barks and she couldn't be more thrilled to give acting a go! The singing phenomenon said: "I can’t believe I’m making a film. I’m very excited to be a part of The Christmas Candle. Everyone on set is a delight to work with and it’s a fantastic experience to be part of the team. I’m really enjoying getting dressed in the period costumes and stepping back in time and although it’s very cold filming on location, I’m wearing long johns under my bustle.” The flick follows the legend of a village's beloved Christmas candle and the horror that plagues the village when the candle disappears. Sounds fun! We can't wait to see Susan AND Samantha on the big screen. But with two striking singers, the ...
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Amanda Seyfried on Her Tight Oscars Dress: "I Feel Like My Organs Are Being Pushed Out of My Body Slowly"
US Magazine - almost 4 years
Being beautiful can be such a pain! At the 85th Annual Academy Awards in Hollywood Feb. 24, Amanda Seyfried wore a custom lilac organa gown with silver dragonfly embroidery by Alexander McQueen. "They've been working on this for months," the Les Miserables actress told E! News. "I feel super lucky." "They came to me with the design and I thought it was super amazing and fun," the 27-year-old added when she spoke to Us Weekly on the red carpet. VIDEO: Amanda Seyfried rocks the Oscars red carpet Seyfried, who completed her look with Roger Vivier heels and Lorraine Schwartz jewels, later admitted that her dress was more fashionable than functional. "I can't sit down," she told Kelly Rowland during ABC's Oscars pre-show. "I feel like my organs are being pushed out of my body slowly." PHOTOS: Amanda Seyfried's best red carpet looks The star's bespoke gown was more forgiving than the corsets she wore to play Cosette in Les Miserables, however. Even so, the blonde beauty grew t ...
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Oscars: Opening Number, Show Details Revealed!
US Magazine - almost 4 years
The 85th Annual Academy Awards will get started with a quadruple dose of A-list hotness! As stars line up for the red carpet, Us Weekly has new details for this Sunday's Oscars ceremony at the Dolby Theatre. PHOTOS: Best and worst Oscar hosts in history Although the big show is hosted -- for the first time -- by Seth MacFarlane, the opening number will star hotties Charlize Theron (2004's Best Actress winner), Channing Tatum, Daniel Radcliffe and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Special musical performances will include, as previously announced, Adele, Dame Shirley Bassey (the iconic "Goldfinger" singer will help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the James Bond franchise), Kristen Chenoweth, Norah Jones, and Oscar winner Barbra Streisand. During a tribute to movie musicals, Chicago's Catherine Zeta-Jones will perform "All That Jazz," while Dreamgirls' Jennifer Hudson will belt out "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going." PHOTOS: Biggest Oscar gaffes ever The core cast of Les Miserables - ...
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All The Boob Windows Of The Elle Style Awards
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Elle held their annual Style Awards in London on Monday, and the red carpet looks were decidedly modern. The ceremony, which celebrates designers, models and actresses from both Britain and beyond, chooses its winners based on readers' votes, lending a democratic, People's Choice-esque feel to the fête. Last year's honors went to Michelle Williams, Christina Hendricks, Jessica Chastain and Mary Katranzou. Elle's stamp of approval has solidified these stylish ladies' iconic reputations, so we're excited to see who'll receive the same treatment this year. But the best part of the night so far had to be noticing the prevailing trend on the red carpet: the boob window. Which shape is your favorite -- Samantha Barks' picture window, Gemma Cairney's porthole or the rectangle worn by Zawe Ashton? Check out the looks in the gallery below and tell us: Is the boob window the next big trend? Want more? Be sure to check out HuffPost Style on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pin ...
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Samantha Barks: On my own? Not any more, says Les Miserables' Eponine!
Daily Mail (UK) - about 4 years
Samantha Barks, who plays Eponine in the hit movie Les Miserables, wasn’t able to join in the film’s triumph at the Golden Globes because she’s in a touring production of Oliver!
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Jon Chattman: Predicting the Predictable? My Stab At The Oscar Nods
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Perhaps the biggest surprise of the Oscar season is that the nominees aren't being announced on a Tuesday morning. For the first time that I can remember (I don't care enough to Google the answer), the nods will come on a Thursday morning instead. But, that really doesn't matter to anyone - myself included - so why would I choose to start out my story that way? Who knows? I certainly don't. In any event, I'm psyched to hear who will be nominated this year. Unlike 2011, which arguably was a lame year for film (The Artist was a nice movie, but Best Picture?) 2012 was a standout. As a matter of fact, if you put any of the following films - Argo, Zero Dark Thirty, Les Miserables, and Lincoln - in the race last year they probably would've handily unseated the French silent film for the top prize. But, enough of "what ifs." Let me get to my predictions for the Oscar nods. I'll come right out and say this: it'd make my day if John Goodman earned a nod for Argo in the supporting act ...
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Teresa Rodriguez Williamson: Les Misérables Through the Eyes of a Mommy
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Eighteen months ago I did not hold the title "mommy," but on this day I do. And, it was with this fairly new lens that I watched the movie Les Misérables. I was invited to a private screening with my girlfriend who is a makeup artist to celebrities. It was a treat to be a "plus one" for the night and I was looking forward to getting lost in the film and not my baby's teething dramas. But my protective motherhood gene reared its ugly head when Fantine, compellingly played by Anne Hathaway, hit the screen with all the pain and desperation only a mother could feel. With a heavy heart and hopeless, Fantine tries to figure out how to make money to care for her daughter. As a mother, I often wonder, "What I would do for my baby?" And the answer is, "I would do anything." Which is exactly what Fantine does with heart wrenching consequences. When Anne Hathaway sang "I Dreamed a Dream" as a mother completely desperate, ashamed, and broken, all I could do was hold my breath and ...
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Lonna Saunders: Les Miserables and Lincoln: They March to Freedom
Huffington Post - about 4 years
What do Lincoln and Les Miserables have in common? Enjolras played by Aaron Tveit, a student leader of the June Rebellion in Les Miserables, belts it out: "It is the music of a people/Who will not be slaves again!" It is freedom's anthem. Frenchman Victor Hugo's epic novel was published in 1862 at the time the Civil War between the states was raging across the Atlantic. Les Miserables deals with social class warfare in nineteenth century France and the June Rebellion of 1832. Lincoln also takes place in the nineteenth century during the last months of his life culminating in the enactment of the thirteenth amendment to the Constitution freeing the slaves in America. The American Revolution was ending with the U.S. Constitution going into effect in 1789 just as the French Revolution was beginning. Today the French national holiday, Bastille Day on July 14th, follows right behind America's Fourth of July Independence Day. I had seen Les Miserables on stage, so I ...
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'Les Miz': Samantha Barks, Eddie Redmayne on intense auditions
LATimes - about 4 years
For aspiring actors growing up in Great Britain, "Les Miserables" wasn't just a popular stage musical, it was practically required viewing — particularly for Samantha Barks and Eddie Redmayne. Barks spent much of her youth performing a one-girl version of the show on her karaoke machine while Redmayne became obsessed with the play after first seeing it when he was 7.
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Samantha Barks
    TWENTIES
  • 2016
    Age 25
    Also, in February 2016, it was announced that she would star in the Mozart drama Interlude in Prague.
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    In January 2016, it was announced that Barks was cast in the movie musical Strike!
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  • 2015
    Age 24
    In July 2015 Barks began rehearsing for the world premiere of Amélie, A New Musical at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre in California.
    More Details Hide Details The show opened on August 29 and had its run extended to October 18.
  • 2014
    Age 23
    Barks was dating English actor and musician Richard Fleeshman until late 2014.
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    In 2014, Barks was cast in the ensemble drama A Hundred Streets and announced she would be returning to West End theatre in the revival of City of Angels directed by Josie Rourke with musical direction by Gareth Valentine and choreography by Stephen Mear.
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    Barks had a role in Universal's film Dracula Untold, which was released on 10 October 2014.
    More Details Hide Details She portrayed Baba Yaga, an angelic woman who turns into an atrocious evil witch; however, her scenes were cut from the film.
  • 2013
    Age 22
    She left the show early in order to head to Los Angeles for rehearsals with fellow Les Mis co-stars for their cast performance at the Oscars on 24 February 2013.
    More Details Hide Details Her rendition of "On My Own" from Les Miserables reached number 97 on the Billboard Hot 100, and number 43 in the UK, being her first entry on each chart.
    Barks permanently returned to the Oliver! on 12 December at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Ireland and continued with the tour until 20 February 2013 at the Bristol Hippodrome.
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    In October 2013, Barks played the part of "Jules" in the private workshop production of a potential musical of Bend It Like Beckham with a score by Howard Goodall, lyrics by Charles Hart, and book by Gurinder Chadha and Paul Mayeda Berges.
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    In late 2013, Barks starred as the romantic lead in The Devil's Harvest, a film scheduled to be released in 2014, and co-starring Max Irons and Barry Pepper.
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    Barks played the role of Velma Kelly in the 2013 production of Chicago at the Hollywood Bowl from 26–28 July 2013.
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    In June 2013, Barks performed at The Recording Academy Honors.
    More Details Hide Details The same month, Barks took part in the one-night only 24 Hour Plays at the Broad Stage Theater in Santa Monica, California.
    In March 2013, Barks took part in the television special Andrew Lloyd Webber: 40 Musical Years for ITV, performing "Another Suitcase in Another Hall" in honor of Andrew Lloyd Webber.
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    Barks performed with her co-stars from the film Les Miserables at the 85th Academy Awards ceremony on 24 February 2013.
    More Details Hide Details Immediately after the Oscars, Barks flew to the Isle of Man to begin work on her second film, The Christmas Candle.
    On 11 February 2013, Barks won Best Breakthrough Performance at the Elle Style Awards.
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  • 2012
    Age 21
    In early November 2012, Barks briefly returned to the Oliver!
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    On 13 October 2012, Barks performed at the Indoor Garden Party concert in New York City's Gramercy Theatre.
    More Details Hide Details The concert was part of a concert series created by Russell Crowe and Alan Doyle. Barks performed at another Indoor Garden Party concert at New York City's Joe's Pub on 8 December.
    On 24 June 2012, Barks performed in a Little Women charity concert at the Playhouse Theatre in London.
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    In June 2012, just days after completing Les Misérables, Barks returned to the UK tour of Oliver! for two weeks at the Edinburgh Playhouse.
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    During filming for Les Misérables, Barks recorded the song "Defective" for the album Scott Alan Live which was released in December 2012.
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    Barks reprised her role as Éponine and made her film debut in the 2012 film adaptation of Les Misérables.
    More Details Hide Details She learned the news from Cameron Mackintosh during an Oliver! curtain call.
    In 2012, she starred alongside Jonathan Bailey in the Disney Channel series, Groove High, and made her film debut as Éponine in the film version of the musical Les Misérables.
    More Details Hide Details Her performance in Les Misérables earned nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, the Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture and the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Acting Ensemble, won the Empire Award for Best Female Newcomer and shared the National Board of Review Award for Best Cast. Barks was born and brought up in Laxey, on the Isle of Man, to Ann, a teacher, and Richard Barks, a building surveyor. She attended Laxey Primary School in Laxey and St Ninian's High School, Douglas before moving to London to study A levels at The Arts Educational Schools (ArtsEd) in Chiswick. Barks began dancing at the age of 3, training in Ballet, Modern and Tap with Dancers Barre, then Stagecoach Isle of Man, Theatrix, Stage One and the Manx Ballet Company.
  • 2011
    Age 20
    Barks performed the song at a benefit concert for Dress Circle, the Dress Circle Benefit Gala, on 7 August 2011 at Her Majesty's Theatre and the song was later included on the tribute compilation album Standing Ovation: A CD Tribute to Dress Circle which was released on 17 August 2011.
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    Barks starred as Nancy in the UK tour of Oliver! from 10 December 2011 to 1 April 2012.
    More Details Hide Details Barks had planned to perform the entire tour, but temporarily left the tour on 1 April to film Les Miserables. She was replaced on the tour by Cat Simmons.
    Barks performed the Grand Final anthem "Jerusalem" for the Engage Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford on 8 October 2011.
    More Details Hide Details Barks starred as Zoe in Disney's television series Groove High, a mixture of live action and animation, which premiered on the Disney Channel UK 10 November 2012. The first season lasted 26 episodes and has been sold to broadcasters across the world. Barks recorded her voice for the series in April 2010, with live action filming completed in Ireland a year and a half later in October 2011. During an interview in January 2011 Samantha said this of Groove High: "I play Zoe one of the leads who is really sweet, but also a little feisty, she tells it like it is and doesn’t take any rubbish from anybody. It’s great because I also get to do a lot of singing for the show."
    Barks performed in a concert at the Battersea Barge in London on 21 August 2011, singing works by British composer/lyricists Laurence Mark Wythe, Grant Olding, Dougal Irvine and Tim Sutton.
    More Details Hide Details She performed with fellow West End stars Stephen Ashfield, Annalene Beechey and George Ure.
    Barks performed "On My Own" at the Classical Brits 2011 at The Royal Albert Hall on 12 May 2011.
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    On 27 February 2011, Barks performed in the concert The Songs of Bobby Cronin at the New Players Theatre.
    More Details Hide Details On 20 March, Barks performed in Stars of the West End Sing the Songs of Steven Luke Walker at Charing Cross Theatre.
    Barks began 2011 with a starring role in the concert Direct From the West End.
    More Details Hide Details Run by a company called "Musical Ovation Ltd" set up by Scott Garnham and Martin Neely, the concert was performed for three nights—23 January in York, 6 February in Oxford and 13 February 2011 in Windsor. The concert featured two hours of songs from popular West End musicals.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2010
    Age 19
    Also in 2010, Barks resumed her music career by releasing a song called "Let Go", which she co-wrote with Garry Lake. The single debuted in 2010, but received an official release in 2011 through the independent label Flour Records.
    More Details Hide Details Barks promoted the song with a live performance on SB.TV.
    Barks was chosen to play Éponine in the 25th Anniversary Concert of Les Misérables at the O2 Arena on 3 October 2010 by Cameron Mackintosh, after he saw her play the role in her opening night at the Queens Theatre, in London's West End.
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    Barks starred as Éponine in the London production of Les Misérables at the Queen's Theatre from 21 June 2010 to 18 June 2011.
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  • 2009
    Age 18
    She played the title role in Aladdin during the Christmas Pantomime Season 2009/10 at the Theatre Royal, Windsor.
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    Barks officially launched BreastHealth UK's new clinic at the Spire Thames Valley Hospital in Wexham on 27 November 2009.
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    Barks, along with Wendy Craig and Jess Conrad, switched on the Christmas Lights in Windsor's town centre on 21 November 2009.
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    Barks launched the new Manx Ship, the Caly Manx, in Shanghai, China on 30 September 2009.
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    Toward the end of her run with Cabaret, Barks put on her own concert, An Audience with Sam Barks, at the Villa Marina on the Isle of Man on 3 January 2009 to thank those that supported her during her time on I'd Do Anything and to thank those that have continued to support her.
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    Barks performed alongside her I’d Do Anything cast-mates Sarah Lark and Jodie Prenger at the Theatregoers Choice Awards in February 2009.
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  • 2008
    Age 17
    Barks was then announced to play the lead role of Sally Bowles in the UK tour of Cabaret from 29 August 2008 to 11 July 2009.
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    In June 2008, one month after I'd Do Anything ended, Barks sang the Isle of Man National Anthem "O Land Of Our Birth" on Senior Race day of the Isle of Man TT to begin the races.
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    Barks was dressed in hotpants copying the pose from the cover of the 2008 album, Hard Candy.
    More Details Hide Details Each Nancy also had a "Master Class" with Liza Minnelli in London. At the end of part one of the final, Barks was announced as finishing third with Andrew Lloyd Webber saying, "Do you know what, I did think this would happen. But you've done so well to have got this far, Samantha." Barks said, "It's been the most amazing experience of my life. Thanks to everyone and the panel for making it so incredible."
    In 2008, Barks competed in I'd Do Anything in which she was one of the finalists in a search for a new, unknown lead to play Nancy in a West End revival of the British musical Oliver!
    More Details Hide Details She reached the final where she finished third. On 29 April 2008, at the midpoint of the competition, Tourism Minister Adrian Earnshaw renamed the Isle of Man to be the "Isle of Sam" as a sign of support. Welcoming signs at Ronaldsway Airport and Douglas Sea Terminal were changed after a renaming ceremony. In week eight of the show, Barks performed "Defying Gravity" from the musical Wicked and in the week leading up to the show she received support from American actress Idina Menzel, who achieved fame for her performance of the song as Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West in Wicked. In week nine, Barks received the lowest number of public votes and so had to participate in the sing-off with Rachel Tucker. They sang "Memory" from the musical Cats. Andrew Lloyd Webber chose to save Barks and eliminate Tucker saying, "Last night Cameron and I were both saying that we thought both of you would be fantastic Nancys and now here am I faced with this. But I've got to make a decision and I've got to think of where the show ultimately for Cameron is going to go and I think I have to go with you, Samantha."
  • 2007
    Age 16
    In December 2007, Barks represented the Isle of Man in the Maltese International Song Competition where she won the main prize of €2000 and the title of Best Foreign Singer.
    More Details Hide Details She sang the song "Nothing Else" from her album and "Play On", a hit song in Malta.
    She performed at the Peel Bay Festival in June 2007 supporting Matt Willis and the Sugababes, which also saw appearances by Madness and The Who.
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    In April 2007, Barks released her debut album, Looking in Your Eyes, which sold around 600 copies.
    More Details Hide Details The album featured several songs which she co-wrote and was released on the independent label Brunswick Studios.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1990
    Born
    Born on October 2, 1990.
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