Cynthia Preston

Biography: Cynthia Preston originated the role of the lethal Faith Rosco in December of 2002. Where she playde a bad girl who was out for revenge, blood and power. Cynthia's uncanny portrayal of this incredibly complex character is even more impressive since she is so vastly different in real life. But her character was killed off March 9, 2005. Although she made a few more guest appearances on the show when Carly was having her breakdown.

Cynthia wasn't one of those little girls who dreamed of becoming an actress. Rather she fell into acting quite by chance. It was while she was attending high school in Toronto, that her mother suggested a self-improvement course in order to help her overcome extreme shyness. As a result, Cynthia took up modeling at fifteen, and soon found herself working overseas in Japan for months at a time. Not long after graduating from high school, she auditioned for CBS talent scouts, and landed the role as Jill Clayburgh's daughter in the television movie,
Cynthia Preston originated the role of the lethal Faith Rosco in December of 2002. Where she playde a bad girl who was out for revenge, blood and power. Cynthia's uncanny portrayal of this incredibly complex character is even more impressive since she is so vastly different in real life. But her character was killed off March 9, 2005. Although she made a few more guest appearances on the show when Carly was having her breakdown.

Cynthia wasn't one of those little girls who dreamed of becoming an actress. Rather she fell into acting quite by chance. It was while she was attending high school in Toronto, that her mother suggested a self-improvement course in order to help her overcome extreme shyness. As a result, Cynthia took up modeling at fifteen, and soon found herself working overseas in Japan for months at a time. Not long after graduating from high school, she auditioned for CBS talent scouts, and landed the role as Jill Clayburgh's daughter in the television movie, Miles to Go. She continued to find work in feature films and television. She landed a lead in the independent feature film Whale Music, which was nominated for Best Picture in Canada, and facilitated offers of representation in Los Angeles. She also did quite a bit of voice work on animated projects such as the popular Princess Zelda on the Mario Bros. cartoon series.

Cyndy's impressive list of television credits include a lead role in the television series Total Recall 2070, and guest-starring roles in such popular series as CSI, X-Files,Outer Limits, Andromeda and Viper, to name a few. She also starred in several television movies including Showtime's The Thin Blue Lie, and Lifetime's Facing the Enemy, among many others. Her feature film credits include The Event, which premiered at The Sundance Film Festival, Convergence, The Ultimate Weapon and Pin. Her newest role will be in Domestic Import (2006) as Marsha McMillan.

Cyndy lives with her husband, Kyle Martin, in the Los Angeles area. When she has free time, she enjoys scuba diving, taking photos, playing with her puppy and volunteering at the zoo.
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Cynthia Preston's Scores

  • Movies
  • TV
Average career score: 47
Highest Metascore: 53 Carrie
Lowest Metascore: 42 The Event
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 2
  2. Negative: 0 out of 2
2 movie reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
53 Carrie Oct 18, 2013 Eleanor Snell 6.2
42 The Event Oct 3, 2003 Amy 4.6