In 2017, she joined the main cast of The CW series Supergirl as Samantha Arias, a single mother who discovers that she shares origins with Supergirl and Superman.The character is based on the antagonist Reign from the DC Comics series Supergirl.The two, who have been dating for two years, said "I do" in an outdoor ceremony.
So far, Odette has only been slated for one episode, but it could be more. Her mother Lydia is Cuban and her father is of Italian and French descent.Before she decided to take up acting as a career she had planned on getting a degree in business finance from Loyola Marymount University.They've gone from co-stars on Brothers & Sisters to real-life man and wife.Odette Yustman and Dave Annable tied the knot this weekend, marrying this Sunday in Ojai, California. Like the potato bugs and the speculum in the eye and ... We were shooting in these crazy locations that were actually really, really scary, so, it was really easy for me, in that sense, to get into the character, because it was kind of all set up that way. Did David sort of creep you out with stories about some of the research he did into Nazi experiments and Jewish exorcism? He talked to some rabbis and just really did his research. It looked like this film was very physically uncomfortable for you. I mean everything was really, really uncomfortable. First, back when Dave Annable (Justin) was dating Emily Van Camp, who played his onscreen sibling Rebecca, they made it so their characters were no longer related so they could hook them up on the show.And now, Dave is engaged to actress Odette Yustman (starring in this Friday's theatrical release this season, so sadly, all is not well in the marriage of Rebecca and Justin.Dave Annable is an American actor best known for his role as Justin Walker on the ABC series Brothers and Sisters. Find more pictures, videos and articles about Dave Annable here.The Unborn star Odette Yustman isn't a household name—yet—but if you saw Cloverfield (she played Beth), you know the girl can scream. It's just like I wanted to make her seem as real and as genuinely terrified and scared as possible. the running and having to deal with the weather conditions. Yustman: He really did a lot of research, and you know, telling me about all the exorcism and then dating back to Auschwitz and ... Which, you know, helped me so much getting into the character. You went on You Tube to look at videos of an actual exorcism. Like maybe some people, I mean, maybe they were joking around with me, who knows what kind of s--t they were trying to pull.