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Kendrick Sampson            

Racial Justice Activist; Actor Known for "Miss Juneteenth" & HBO's "Insecure"

Kendrick Sampson is an actor and activist from the suburbs of Houston, Texas, where he was surrounded by musicians and artists and naturally gravitated to the arts. He starred in the 2020 Sundance and SXSW award winning film "Miss Juneteenth" directed by Channing Godfrey Peoples.

He is also a regular on HBO’s "Insecure".

He began his career on various television series including "Greek", "CSI", "The Vampire Diaries", and the Fox miniseries "Gracepoint". He had recurring roles as ‘Caleb Hapstall’ on ABC’s "How to get Away with Murder", ‘Robbie MacDonald’ in Showtime’s "White Famous", and ‘Dominic Lanse’ on The CW’s "The Flash".

Kendrick uses his voice to empower marginalized communities and to shine light on issues of inequity. His activism is focused on racial justice, intersectionality, criminal justice reform, and uniting Black, Brown and Indigenous communities. He is a proud supporter of the Standing Rock and Black Lives Matter movements, progressive political campaigns, and social justice education.

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