This past spring I starred as Alice in an episode of Snapchat's Solve.
Thrilled to announce the FX show I shot back in the spring is an official selection at Sundance Film Festival 2019 as an Indie Episodic and will be airing on FX this spring. Stay tuned for more!
NOMINATED FOR 5 HELEN HAYES AWARDS
“Washington, DC’s own Samantha Dockser delivers as Rachela...GALA’s well deserved commissioned work; the talented cast; and the upbeat production have earned this company a New Triple Crown.” - Capital Wire PR
“As Rachela, Samantha Dockser has a lovely soprano and emanates a sense of vulnerability and fragility” - Washington Jewish Weekly
“A dramatic situation, the helplessness of not knowing Spanish well, American Samantha Dockser perfectly conveys the anguish in her songs of freedom with additional desperation.” - La Republica
Catch me as Avy on TLC's 'Evil Things.' I had an absolute blast shooting this new horror show. 'Evil Things' reveals the horrifying stories of people who barely survived terrifying paranormal activity caused by possessed or cursed objects. Each twister mystery exposes the sinister secrets hiding within the most innocent items. Click here to watch my episode, "The Nanny."
“‘The most important thing was that we had to find the right young actress to play the part of Rachela. She had to be the right person, believable right off the bat. She had to embody that part,’ Medrano said. And that’s how they chose Samantha Dockser, a 21-year-old senior BFA acting major at the University of Miami, in Coral Gables. Dockser, who is from McLean, Virginia, is performing her first professional role — the lead role in the production. With dark long hair and fine features, Dockser has the kind of unassuming loveliness that a girl like Rachela requires.” - The Georgetowner
“Emotionally revitalizing, experimental and spectacular...Rachela, sung with disarming, naive directness by gifted local newcomer Samantha Dockser, dreams of a singing career, and refuses to be victimized...But Rachela is no stereotype. She’s complex and unforgettable.” - Washington DC Theater Scene
So excited to have voiced the main character and avatar of Mika in the video game, Windstorm. It is based on the German movie, Ostwind. Mika is a teenager who has never really been good at anything, but she develops a very special bond with her horse, Windstorm. Click here to watch the game played through!
I had the incredible experience of shooting a commercial for Jack Creo Apparel and their sponsor, Sriracha, at the epic Sriracha factory.
Excited to share I voiced the role of Aurora in Neoma Game’s latest release, Aurora: The Lost Medallion Episode 1!