Who is Celina Sinden?

Celina Sinden was born in London, England, on 31 July 1987 – her zodiac sign is Leo, and she holds British nationality. She’s an actress, probably known best for playing Greer Norwood in the CW historical drama TV series “Reign”, which ran for four seasons from 2013 to 2017.

Early life, family and education

Not a lot is known about Celine’s family, since the actress wanted to keep them out of the media spotlight. She hasn’t spoken about having any siblings, so it’s believed that she’s an only child.

Celine showed interest in performing arts at an early age, and her parents first enrolled her at a theatre class when she was 11 years old.

This was only the beginning of her acting education, and in 2009 she graduated from the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama. During her time there, she took part in theatre productions of “Blood Wedding”, “Shakespeare’s 12th Night” and “Nicholas Nickelby”, among others.

Acting career

Celina made her film debut in the 2010 short comedy “My Neighbour’s Dog”, which she made with colleagues from Guildhall as part of a college assignment. After two years of exclusively appearing in theatre productions, in 2012 Celina was cast for the role of Greer Castleroy in the historical drama series “Reign”, created by Laurie McCarthy and Stephanie SenGupta. Set in the 16th century, it follows the life of Mary, Queen of Scots, and her rise to power in the French court.

“Reign” received mixed reviews from the critics, with many praising the actors’ performances, especially the portrayal of female characters, and costume design, while the historical inaccuracy raised controversy among viewers. Celina’s character, Lady Greer, is fictional, and doesn’t represent an historical figure.

In 2019, we saw Celina star in the action drama movie “The Outpost”, directed by Rod Lurie, and based on the real-life story about a team of US soldiers stuck in a battle against Taliban fighters in Afghanistan. It starred Scott Eastwood, Caleb Landry Jones and Orlando Bloom, and was included in the 2021 Top Ten Independent Films list by the US National Board of Review.

Celina’s most recent role was in the 2021 horror thriller film “The Retreat”, which also starred her husband, Rossif Sutherland, along with Tommie-Amber Pirie, who played the role of her fiancée.

Marriage with Rossif Sutherland

Celina has been married to the Canadian actor Rossif Sutherland since 2016. The two shared the screen in 20 episodes of “Reign” in 2013 and 2015, which is when they first met, and started dating. They tied the knot in Rossif’s hometown of Vancouver, Canada on 21 February 2016, having earlier in the year they welcomed their son Theodore, which Rossif revealed in an interview he gave for the online magazine “ET Canada”. ‘I’ve dreamt of being a father since I was a little kid …and my dream has finally come true,’ he said. He also shared an interesting story about how he and Celina married, revealing that they decided to marry on a whim, after seeing a criminal judge who just came from a murder trial. He proceeded to wrap up the ceremony and finish their paperwork in less than 15 minutes.

Hobbies and interesting facts

Celine is very fond of animals, especially dogs, and has a pet dog whose pictures she often shares on her Instagram account ‘@celina_a_sinden’.

She is a pescetarian, which means that her diet doesn’t include meat, but she does eat eggs, dairy products and seafood.

Celine loves to travel, and it’s her lifelong dream to climb the mountain to Machu Picchu.

As a teenager growing up in Britain, she had a mild obsession with the royal family, particularly Prince Harry.

Appearance, age and net worth

Celine is 34 years old. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 4ins (1.63m) tall, and weighs around 120lbs (55kgs).

As of December 2021, her net worth is estimated at more than $1 million.

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Who is Celina’s husband, Rossif Sutherland?

Rossif Sutherland was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on 25 September 1978 – his zodiac sign is Libra, and he holds Canadian nationality. He’s an actor, perhaps known best for his roles in movies such as “Timeline” and “River John Lake”, as well as for playing Nostradamus in the TV series “Royals”.

Rossif belongs to a family of actors – his father, Donald has been an actor for more than 55 years, and has won eight Golden Globes, while his mother, Francine is a renowned French-Canadian actress. His brother Angus, and half-brother Kiefer, are also in the acting business.

Rossif owes his name to the French filmmaker, Frederic Rossif, who is known for his documentaries about wildlife, history and modern arts.

Although Rossif was born in Canada, he spent most of formative years in Paris, France, where he moved with his family at the age of seven. After matriculating from a local high school in 1996, he moved to US, to study philosophy at the prestigious Princeton University.

Rossif made his acting debut in 2003, in the sci-fi film “Timeline”, directed by Richard Donner, and which starred Paul Walker, Frances O’Connor and Gerard Butler. In the following year, he became recognized by the wider audience for playing the recurring role of Lester Kertzenstein, in the 10th season of the medical drama series “ER”.

In the same year, he also made an appearance in an episode of the popular comedy crime drama “Monk”.

In 2007, he starred alongside Danny Glover and Flex Alexander in the Canadian drama “Poor Boy’s Game”, focused on racial tensions and class struggle in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Three years later, he appeared alongside his father in the romantic comedy “The Con Artist”, written by Michael Melski and Collin Friesen, directed by Risa Bramon Garcia.

In the recent years, we’ve seen Rossif star in numerous movies, including “A Call to Spy”, “The Middle Man” and “Backstabbing for Beginners”.

He’s set to play one of the leads in the upcoming Canadian sitcom “Paris Paris”, which is expected to air in early 2022.

Rossif is fluent in English and French, and has had roles in both languages. During his career, he’s been nominated for five awards, including two Canadian Screen Awards for his performances in “Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey” and “River”.

Rossif is 43 years old, with short black hair and brown eyes. He’s 6ft 5ins (1.95m) tall, and weighs around 187lbs (85kgs).

As of December 2021, his net worth is estimated at more than $4 million.

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