Actress Samaire Armstrong plays the role of Elaine Richards in the television series "Resurrection" which became one of the hit shows of 2014. The show revolves around the people of Arcadia, Missouri and how their lives are changed forever when their deceased loved ones return and she has become one of the surprise stars of the show.
Her impressive acting performance has led to fans and entertainment observers on social media paying closer attention to her current movie roles and she is not disappointing with her performances.
She is currently playing a starring role in the movie "Windsor Drive" which is about a mentally unstable actor haunted by his past. The individual moves to Hollywood to start his life over only to find that he cannot escape from his inner demons.
The movie is a mystery/thriller which has received very good reviews as has this beautiful actress for her performance as one of the leading ladies and it has some entertainment insiders and fans thinking that she might be ready to become a leading lady on both the small and big screens of Hollywood.
Many of her fans and entertainment insiders still talk about her sensational performance as Cho's ex-girlfriend on the hit show "Mentalist" where she had viewers transfixed until she left the show and there are fans of the show who are still holding out hope that she might one day make a return to the show.
While there is no indication that she will ever be returning to "The Mentalist" fans of this 'hot' actress can relax with the knowledge that she will be returning to television in the fall of 2014 as a female minister in the drama "Match Made in Heaven" in addition to being a featured member of the cast of "Resurrection".
Samaire Armstrong is an actress on the rise and thus fans should not be surprised if they hear that her name is being discussed as a lead actress in big screen movie projects in the near future because her performances in 2014 have been so impressive that she deserves such consideration in the view of some social media entertainment observers.