Sam Branson U.K.
- Social entrepreneur, Adventurer and Filmmaker
- Co-founder of ‘Sundog Pictures’
- Actor and Producer
Sam Branson is an English actor and producer. He is the co-founder of a production company called ‘Sundog Pictures’ which aims to bring positive change to society. It has collaborated with some of the world’s leading broadcasters like ‘BBC,’ ‘National Geographic’, and ‘Netflix’. He is also a well-known philanthropist, providing supplies to those who were affected by the 2017 hurricane that left the British Virgin Islands devastated.
He has appeared in a couple of TV series and documentaries such as ‘Famous and Fearless’ (2011) and ‘Bransons: Come Hell or High Water’ in 2008. Sam made his acting debut in 2006 as the role of a shuttle specialist in the Bryan Singer-directed sci-film ‘Superman Returns’. He was also seen in the Robert Meyer Brunett-directed documentary film ‘Requiem for Krypton: Making ‘Superman Returns’. In 2009, he started a production company called ‘Current Sponge’. It was later rebranded as ‘Sundog Pictures’ and in the following year, he cast himself in one of the episodes of the talk-show ‘GMTV’. He then competed in the reality TV game show ‘Famous and Fearless’ in 2011.
Sam attended the ‘Institute for Philanthropy’, studying strategic philanthropy. In 2017, Sam traveled to British Virgin Islands to help those affected by ‘Hurricane Irma’. He created a documentary showing the effects of the hurricane and how the people of British Virgin Islands worked to rebuild their lives. Sam has also worked closely with charitable organizations and has been on multiple environmental expeditions to the Arctic. His production company often collaborates with leading broadcasters, covering and exploring social issues such as capital punishment.