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Cynthia Preston

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Cynthia Preston

Date of Birth: 18 May 1968
Place of Birth: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Height: 5' 6" (1.68 m)


Cynthia Preston (born May 18, 1968), sometimes credited as Cyndy Preston, is a Canadian television and film actress.

Preston was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Best known internationally for playing Faith Rosco on the American soap opera General Hospital from 2002 to 2005, and also for providing the voice of Zelda in The Legend of Zelda segments that aired as part of The Super Mario Bros. Super Show in 1989. She has also appeared in episodes of The Outer Limits, Total Recall 2070, Neon Rider, Street Legal, Katts and Dog, and C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation.

She has also appeared in a number of films, including the role of Claire in Whale Music, Ursula in the Canadian cult-horror classic Pin, and Melissa Tyler in If Looks Could Kill - Teen Agent.

In August 2007, she was in Ottawa, Canada, to shoot a movie called The Love of Her Life. This is a TV movie for Lifetime (USA). Along the side, Preston also acts in many off-broadway productions.


  • Became so popular with fans during her three-year role as Faith Roscoe on "General Hospital" (1963) that ABC is reportedly trying to find a spot for her on one of their other soap operas. Her name has been mentioned by several as a possible recast for Tina Roberts on "One Life to Live" (1968). However, her agent said that up until now, she has only been auditioning for prime-time roles.
  • Speaks some Japanese as a result of living in Japan for 6 months when she was 18.
  • She was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and her birth date is May 18th.
  • The feature film Whale Music, in which Cynthia was the lead actress, opened the Toronto Film Festival in 1994 and was also nominated for Best Picture in Canada.