Canadian actress Tracy Spiridakos could easily have played light, romantic leads and dizzy comedic roles, but it was her embodiment of fierce, capable and often troubled characters, including the lead role of Charlie Matheson on the post-apocalyptic series "Revolution" (NBC, 2012- ), that established her as a talent to be taken seriously. Tracy Spiridakos was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada in 1992, and spent part of her childhood growing up in a small village in Greece. Spiridakos moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in 2007 to pursue acting and quickly found work in small roles on such television series as "Supernatural" (The WB, 2005-06; The CW, 2006- ) and "The L Word" (Showtime, 2004-09), eventually landing her first lead role by voicing 15-year-old mayor Becky Richards on the animated series "Majority Rules!" (Teletoon Canada, 2009). Supporting roles in Canadian-produced TV movies "Web of Desire" (2009) and "Goblin" (2010) followed, as well as a lead in the independent feature film "The Boy She Met Online" (2010). Spiridakos became a familiar face in Vancouver-based television productions, most notably appearing in the recurring role of vengeful werewolf Brynn MacLean on the American adaptation of the BBC series "Being Human" (Syfy, 2011- ). In 2012, Spiridakos relocated to the United States to take on the role of determined, crossbow-wielding survivor Charlie Matheson on the hit adventure series "Revolution" (NBC, 2012- ), executive produced by J.J. Abrams.