|Sam Retford Quick Info|
|Height||6 ft 2 in|
|Date of Birth||June 22, 1999|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
Sam Retford is an Australian actor and stage artist who is known for playing Curtis Delamere in the soap opera Coronation Street, Cory Wilson in the comedy-drama series Ackley Bridge, and Nate in the show Hollyoaks: Tom’s Life. He has also been cast in other shows and movies such as The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family, Casualty, Death in Paradise, White Wedding, and S.A.M.
Gosford, New South Wales, Australia
Sam Retford studied at Brine Leas High School and then attended The Lowry Actors Company to study acting.
Actor, Stage Artist
Sam Retford has been signed with Curtis Brown, Literary and Talent Agency, London, England, United Kingdom.
6 ft 2 in or 188 cm
74 kg or 163 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Through social media, Sam Retford has either endorsed or promoted brands like Royal Enfield, Belstaff Motorcycle, OVER SEAS APPAREL, and others.
Sam Retford Facts
- He wanted to become a marine biologist before he started acting professionally.
- Sam Retford brought to life the character of Cory Wilson, the brother of Jordan and the son of Kevin, in the British comedy-drama series Ackley Bridge from 2017 to 2019. The show is set in a multicultural academy school of the same name.
- His stage credits include playing George in The Wardrobe at the National Theatre Connections in 2014, Jake in At Night at the Royal Exchange in 2014, Ralph in Lord of the Flies at The Lowry in 2015, Bardolph in Henry V at Open Air Theatre in 2016, Henry in Closets at Hope Mill Theatre in 2018, and Michael in Kings of Idle Land at The Vault Theatre in 2019.
- Sam appeared as Tyler Begbie in an episode of the British medical drama series Casualty in December 2019.
- In 2021, he was cast as Joseph Verdinikov in the British–French crime drama television series Death in Paradise.
- Sam Retford portrayed the character of George Boleyn, an English courtier and nobleman, in the 2021 film The Boleyns: A Scandalous Family.
Featured Image by Sam Retford / Instagram