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- Serinda Swan
Serinda Swan stars as Dr. Jenny Cooper, a recently widowed and newly appointed coroner, who is driven by an intense search for the truth in The CW’s new drama “Coroner.”
Swan was born into a family of artists - her mother an actress, and her father a theatre director at a well-established acting school. Her first starring role was opposite Ted Danson and Isabella Rossellini in the film “Cousins.”
She was introduced to the world through popular television series such as “Supernatural,” “Psych, “Reaper” and “Hawaii Five-O.” In 2009 she was cast as the iconic Zatanna on the hit series “Smallville.”
Swam starred as Erica Reed in the series “Breakout Kings” and was a series regular on the series “Graceland.” Guest starring roles include the series “The Tomorrow People,” “Ballers,” “Inhumans” and the Ryan Murphy mini-series “Feud: Bette and Joan.”
Feature films soon followed with roles in movies such as “The Breakup Artist,” the Chris Columbus directed “Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief,” “TRON: Legacy” opposite Beau Garrett, Olivia Wilde and Jeff Bridges, as well as “The Baytown Outlaws” opposite Billy Bob Thornton. In 2014 she starred in the independent film “Sister” opposite Reid Scott and Bruce Davison, which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival. Additional film credits include the thriller “The Veil” opposite William Moseley, and “Blood on Wheels,” a feature produced by James Franco.
Oustide of acting, Swan’s true passion is activism. In 2011 she became an official ambassador of Friends to Mankind, an organization that partners with non-profits to raise awareness and funds through educational campaigns.
Swan has cycled across Cambodia, installed nets in Africa, skydived at 18,000 feet – in hopes of encouraging others to take a stand and make a difference. She has helped raise over a million dollars to date for various charities and causes close to her heart.
Swan is the CEO and co-founder of the education technology company Deedly. Her belief is that education should be free, and through their specific month-long curriculum, they educate students about world issues and the charities that strive to fix them.