Israeli and Canadian actor who played the role of Sam Adama in the television series, Caprica and the role of Captain Sean Renard in the television series, Grimm.He portrayed the role of Parker in the 2004 film The Day After Tomorrow.He has perfect fluency in speaking Hebrew and Russian in addition to English.He is one of the mesmerizing personality holders in acting line.Sasha Roiz: The only similarity is that they’re very split characters.They have what appears to essentially to be a very grounded and supportive side and they have the darker, more nefarious side that is not so agreeable. Listen, I’m very involved as much as I can be with any sort of causes in the gay community and I’m very supportive and I’ll continue to be so.Sasha Roiz is an Israeli-Canadian actor as his major profession to date.He is best known for his phenomenal portrayals of Sam Adama in the science fiction television series Caprica, and Captain Sean Renard in the American dark fantasy television series Grimm.
He stated in an interview that it was later revealed to him that his character would in fact be gay, something he felt was an opportunity to explore the dynamic relationship of a gay character in a science fiction setting, as well as to explore the issue of homosexuality on a social level.After his parents settled in Canada, he studied history before joining a theatre school in Montreal. but beneath you can see videos that we found about a possible wedding. Relations of the famous are usually quite short partnership, they are gone lengthy and infidelities are very widespread.In 2008, he landed the role of Sam Adama on Caprica, a spin-off of Battlestar Galactica.His character is a Tauron enforcer for the Ha'la'tha crime syndicate on Caprica.I think when we reveal a lot about him personally – and there are a lot of episodes where he’s featured quite heavily – I think we’re going to really embrace this character because he has a lot going on and some amazing storylines and backstory.JH: Is Renard someone that you already have figured out in terms of his psychology?Born in Jaffa, Israel, his family moved to Montreal, Canada when he was 7.Parents are Russian Jewish immigrants, and they all still speak Russian at home. It's difficult question to answer considering that celebrities marry and divorce as a single who buys and sells a bicycle.Rare may be the famous who has spent years happily married to his/her partner, the fact is, only a handful of actors or singers who're married for over 2 years.