Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester
Jared Padalecki stars in The CW's thriller "Supernatural" as Sam Winchester, the sweet reluctant hero who joins forces with his older brother Dean (Jensen Ackles) to battle demons.
Padalecki starred in the remake of one of the most popular horror films of all time, "Friday the 13th." He also starred alongside Peter O'Toole and Marcia Gay Harden as famed artist Thomas Kinkade in the biopic "The Christmas Cottage." Based on the life of one of America's most collected living artists, the film takes a look at the inspiration behind one of Kincade's most famous paintings.
In addition, Padalecki hosted MTV's new show "Room 401," from executive producers Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg. The series took viewers on a mind-blowing journey as some of the most talented, up-and-coming illusionists scare and deceive innocent bystanders.
Previously, Padalecki starred in the horror film "House of Wax," opposite Chad Michael Murray and Paris Hilton. He also had a leading role in "Cry Wolf," in which he played a precocious boarding school student who had been drawn into an elaborate "liar's club" hoax involving a serial killer. Other feature film roles include "Flight of the Phoenix," opposite Dennis Quaid and Hugh Laurie, "New York Minute" and "Cheaper by the Dozen."
In addition to his role as Dean on "Gilmore Girls," Padalecki starred in the television movie "Ring of Endless Light," based on the novel by Madeline L'Engle.
Padelecki currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife.
Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester
Jensen Ackles plays Dean Winchester, the rugged bad boy who teams up with his younger brother Sam (Jared Padalecki) to battle evil supernatural forces on "Supernatural."
Ackles starred in the feature film "My Bloody Valentine 3D," Patrick Lussier's remake of the 1981 slasher film. Ackles played Tom, a principled man who returns to his home in Harmony, Missouri, 10 years after 22 people were murdered on Valentine's night. Ackles also starred in David Winkler's "Devour" for Sony Pictures and David Mackay's romantic comedy "Ten Inch Hero," a sexy, funny, romantic comedy about the tangled love lives of co-workers at a sub shop in Santa Cruz.
Ackles' previous television roles include playing Jason Teague on "Smallville," Alec/X5-494 on "Dark Angel" and C.J. on "Dawson's Creek." Additionally, he starred in the miniseries "Blonde," opposite Patrick Dempsey and Poppy Montgomery.
Ackles began his acting career in 1997 as the critically acclaimed Eric Roman Brady on "Days of our Lives," for which he received three Daytime Emmy nominations and won the Soap Opera Digest Award for Best Male Newcomer in 1998.
Ackles was born in Dallas and was raised in Richardson, Texas. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife.
Misha Collins as Castel
Misha Collins stars as Castiel, the angel who pulled Dean from Hell in The CW's thriller "Supernatural." He, and others like him, are intervening in human affairs for the first time in 2000 years, because the armies of hell are on the move, and Lucifer has been released.
Collins was born in Boston, Massachusetts. Before turning to acting, he worked as an intern at the White House during the Clinton Administration in the Office of Presidential Personnel. He then moved on to become a producer and copy writer for National Public Radio on a show called "Weekly Edition." After graduation, Collins traveled the world for a year, spending several months in monastic seclusion in a monastery in Tibet.
In addition to his role on "Supernatural," Collins guest starred on "Nip/Tuck" as a prospective patient of McNamara/Troy. Other television appearances include recurring roles on "ER" and "24" and guest appearances on "CSI:NY," "NCIS," "Monk," "Close to Home" and "NYPD Blue."
On the big screen, Collins is best known for his role as serial killer Paul Bernardo in the film "Karla." Other film credits include "Par 6," "Moving Alan,' "Liberty Heights," "Girl Interrupted" and "Finding Home."
In his down time, Collins can be found outdoors kayaking, biking, running or hiking in the mountains. He also enjoys back-country snowboarding and recently took a winter trip to the Sierras where he built and slept in igloos. In addition, Collins is a published poet with works in "The Columbia Poetry Review," "The California Quarterly" and other literary journals. Collins currently resides in Los Angeles in a house he built and designed himself.
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