Amanda Tapping

Amanda Tapping
Amanda Tapping was born in Rochford, Essex in England o­n August 28, 1965. She spent a short time in South Benfleet, Essex, and was relocated to Ontario, Canada, at the age of 3.

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Birthday
1965-08-28
Nickname
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Birthname
Amanda Tapping
Sign
Virgo
Hometown
Rochford Essex
Country
United Kingdom
Ethnicity
White
Height
5'9"
Weight
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Job
Actress
Hobbies
UNICEF
Assets
Great Body Blue Eyes Natural Blonde Nice Tits.
Vices
I like to be tapping her
Tattoos
Yes
Piercings
Yes
Hair
Blond
Eyes
Blue
Breast
36
Waist
26"
Hips
34"
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Legs
0"
Shoes
9

Amanda Tapping was born in Rochford, Essex in England o­n August 28, 1965. She spent a short time in South Benfleet, Essex, and was relocated to Ontario, Canada, at the age of 3. She attended North Toronto High School where she was awarded the Dramatic Arts Award and Environmental Science Award. Her parents always wanted her to go into the science field, but her first love was acting.

Amanda studied drama at the University of Windsor School of Dramatic Arts in Windsor, Ontario. After graduation, she spent four more years studying theater and appearing in several stage productions. She has appeared in many movies and television shows such as Booty Call (1997), Life or Something Like It (2002), Rent-a-Kid (1995) (TV), "The Outer Limits" (1995) and "The X Files" (1993), however, her real success that seemed to launch her career came in 1997 with the start of the TV series "Stargate SG-1" (1997) where she played Samantha Carter (rising through the ranks from Lieutenant to Colonel as the show progressed). As that long-running series wound down, Tapping appeared on its spin-off "Stargate Atlantis" before becoming the star in 2008 of another sci-fi series, "Sanctuary."



She has three brothers, one of which is her twin. She has a dog named Abbie. On September 23, 1994 she married Alan Kovacs.

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Comments - Amanda Tapping Online Christmas Nevermore is an enthralling ecological fable for kids (and adults!) of all ages. It is an award-winning finalist in the 2013 USA Best Book awards. By posing the question, “What if Christmas ceased to exist?” the story ...

raising my kids right: to be Amanda Tapping fans - Bethany Actually A while back, I bought a “Little ripples make big waves” t-shirt from Sanctuary for Kids. Given the weird sizing of women's clothing, the women's XL fitted shirt was too small for my 5'2″ medium-framed self. So I bought another ...

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