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A.J. Cook
A.J. Cook
Birth name: Andrea Joy Cook
Gender: Female
Medium(s): Film
Roles: Actor
Date of birth: July 22nd, 1978
Place of birth: Ontario, Canada
Notable works: Final Destination
Wishmaster
1st Horror: Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell (2001)

Andrea Joy "A.J." Cook is a Canadian film actress born in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada on July 22nd, 1978. Her first work in the horror genre was playing a character named Diana Collins in the 2001 film Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell. She received second billing in the film after lead actor Jason Connery. A.J.'s character was the one responsible for opening up a jeweled container, thus releasing the evil Djinn. Throughout the course of the film, the Djinn torments Diana Collins in an effort to get her to fulfill her three wishes.

In 2001, A.J. made her first leading role in a horror film as massacre survivor Molly Keller in John Eyres, Ripper: Letter from Hell. Her character was a college student who takes a forensic psychology class.

A.J. eventually went on to star in the Final Destination film series, where she received top billing once again; this time playing the role of Kimberly Corman in the 2003 sequel film Final Destination 2.

In 2005, A.J. appeared in the sci-fi/vampire action movie Vampire Wars: Battle for the Universe, where she played a vampire hunter named Fiona. The movie has also been released under the title Bloodsuckers.

In 2010 she had a minor role as murder victim Vicky Rice in the psycho-thriller Mother's Day, directed by Saw alumni Darren Lynn Bousman.

Body of work Edit

Film Edit

Film Year Role
Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell 2001 Diana Collins
Ripper 2001 Molly Keller
Final Destination 2 2003 Kimberly Corman
Vampire Wars: Battle for the Universe 2005 Fiona
Mother's Day 2010 Vicky Rice

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Other works Edit

  • First film: Laserhawk, 1997; Pretty girl #1
  • First TV: Psi-Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal, 1997; "Second Sight"; Jill Starling

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