Five Things You Didn’t Know about Leah Pipes

Leah Pipes is an American actress that has appeared in a few very notable TV shows and movies throughout her career. She might be best known to those that watch the CW as Camille O’Connell on The Originals. Thus far in her career she’s been pretty busy but she has yet to really break into the mainstream in a big way yet. With so much competition it’s not hard to assume that she’s been doing her absolute best. While that might be the case she is still well noted for a few of her roles and has gained enough attention to be called a genuine star. What the future might bring for her still has yet to be seen but so long as she’s willing to up her game then she shouldn’t have any big issues.

Here are a few things you might not have known about her.

5. She started up in 2001.

She’s not brand new to the industry since she’s coming up on her second decade as a notable figure in movies and TV, but like I said she has yet to really get noticed in the mainstream by a wide audience. Those that have seen her work and her various roles in TV have no doubt come to think of her as a notable personality and someone that’s reliable as an actor.

4. She was in Sorority Row.

Leah played as one of the leads in Sorority Row, a horror/slasher film about a group of sorority sisters that try to cover up a prank gone wrong involving one of their house-sisters. They are then stalked by a murderous maniac, which creates even more mayhem and chaos. Leah was given critical acclaim for this movie since she was described as one of the best parts.

3. She starred in Law & Order: Los Angeles.

She was only on the show for one episode but it does tend to mean something when an actor is brought onto a Law & Order show. It means that they’ve become enough of a star to be granted a guest-star role, which is a treat for fans to see every now and again. Guest stars usually come and go in such shows but they’re remembered since they usually have one of the more interesting character arcs.

2. She has an impressive TV resume.

From 2001 to the present time she’s been very busy with one show or another, always moving on when she needs to or taking on another role in order to supplement her desire to continue acting. She’s only taken one break in 2009 and that was presumably because she was busy making movies and could not do everything all at once. No one can say she’s been idle.

1. Her movie debut came in 2006.

The first movie she starred in was titled Fingerprints and it came out in 2006. A small town begins to experience one murder after another as they deal with the haunting ghost left behind after a train collided with a school bus filled with children, killing them all. It’s a gripping story that a lot of people don’t know about.

Leah’s big break has got to come sometime.

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