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Nancy Anne Sakovich

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Nancy Anne Sakovich
Nancy Anne Sakovich

(1961-10-08) October 8, 1961 (age 59)
Belleville, Ontario, Canada
Other namesNancy Sakovich
OccupationActress, Model
Years active1989 - 2004

Nancy Anne Sakovich (born October 8, 1961) is a Canadian actress and former model.

Life and career

Sakovich grew up in Ottawa, Ontario, and attended Laurentian High School.She began modeling locally as a teenager.
In 1981, she started studying at Trent University (Ontario) and earned a degree in biology.
Discovered by the Elite Modeling Agency, she traveled the world as an international model, moving first to New York, then settling in Europe where for three years she graced covers and runways in Germany, Italy, France and England.
Back in Canada, she appeared on various TV commercials, including Jamieson Vitamins and a series of commercials for the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.[1] [2][3][4]
After modeling, Sakovich turned to acting. She did a commercial for a large auto maker, and began doing guest roles for TV shows like CBC's Street Legal. She quickly landed roles in variety of TV productions, including a title role in Golden Will: The Silken Laumann Story, recurring roles on TV shows Katts and Dog, Relic Hunter, and Doc, and a major secondary role in Category 6: Day of Destruction.
She also presented the 10th Gemini Awards(1996) as a host, and participated in the MPICA's "Light, Camera, Auction" annual charity event in 2002.[5][6]
Sakovich is most famous for her role as the series lead, senior data analyst Lindsay Donner, in the TV series Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal.

She now lives in Toronto, Ontario.[7][8][9][10][11][12]

Partial filmography

Year Title Role Notes
2001–2004 Doc Dr. Kate Weston (TV) 6 episodes
2004 Category 6: Day of Destruction Jane Benson
2003 The Crooked E: The Unshredded Truth About Enron Liz Perry
2002 Queer as Folk Leda (TV) 7 episodes
2000–2001 Relic Hunter Cate Hemphill (TV) 3 episodes
1996–2000 PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal Lindsay Donner (TV)
1999 The Jesse Ventura Story Terry
1996 Golden Will: The Silken Laumann Story Silken Laumann (TV)
1995 The Commish (TV) Off Broadway: Part 2
1994 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues Devon (TV) Magic Trick
1994 And Then There was One Lena Burns (TV)
1991 Sweating Bullets Wanda (TV) 1 episode
1991 Material World Pam (TV) 1 episode


  1. ^ "Role-model role". Maclean’s. September 6, 1993.
  2. ^ " 'Set design by God’ can’t hurt TV’s Destiny ".The Globe and Mail. June 26, 1993.
  3. ^ "Destiny Ridge full of Canadian talent". The Vancouver Sun. April 22, 1994.
  4. ^ Noteworthy Alumni. Trent University. Archived from the original
  5. ^ "Surprise! CBC sweeps Geminis", Playback (magazine). March 11, 1996 .
  6. ^ Motion Picture Industry Charitable Alliance (MPICA),"Light, Camera, Auction" Take 5! Featured Guests
  7. ^ Psi Factor:Chronicles of the Paranormal Cast: Nancy Anne Sakovich .Archived from the official Psi Factor website
  8. ^ Psi-Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (1996-2000) Science Fiction Television Series, 1990-2004: Histories, Casts and Credits for 58 Shows by Frank Garcia, Mark Phillips
  9. ^ "Laziness, not a Psi Factor". Ottawa Sun. wednesday, April 8, 1998.
  10. ^ "The Making of The Silken Laumann Story". TV Guide (Canada).June 22, 1996. Vol. 20 No. 25 Issue 1017.
  11. ^ "Actress Brings To Life Silken’s Pain, Triumph". Times Colonist. June 26, 1996
  12. ^ "Silken’s Olympic triumph: true grit in the True North". Edmonton Journal. June 23, 1996

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