A former rugby player, Sampson studied medicine before deciding to pursue an acting career.
Angus was included in the list of the "World's sexiest people of 2007" by Who magazine in Australia.
Sampson studied Hotel Management before acting.
Angus is a favourite and occasional co-host of Australian radio show Get This with Tony Martin on Triple M, where his namedropping has spawned a segment where callers try to "out-namedrop" Angus.
Angus first ever film appearance was in a film called 'Dags'.
Angus holds the record for longest section of talking with song/ad breaks on radio show Get This on Triple M, taking the record from comedian Russell Gilbert.
His best friend and housemate is Leigh Whannell, who is the writer of the movie, Saw.
Angus lives with his dog, Winston.
Angus has one sister named Kirrin Sampson.
Angus was on Australian radio as a breakfast radio host on 3RRR.
Angus was involved in threatresports.
Angus starred in a play called "Happy New" which is based on two brothers who were locked up in a chicken cage as young boys. It starts 16 years later, on New Years Eve.
Angus Sampson also stars in Footy Legends which stars the actor, Anh Do, which also has a guest appearance on Thank God You're Here.
Angus Sampson starred in the film, Kokoka, a film about the battle between Japan and Australia.
Angus was a former rugby player before starting to act.
Angus was a writer for the program "Greeks on the Roof".
Angus got his first break in 1996 as a sidekick to Dylan Lewis in ABC's Recovery program.
Angus has appeared in tv shows like; Blue Heelers, The Secret Life of Us and Stingers.
Angus is known for his involvement in Maggi Noodles ads.
Angus has worked in all radio, theatre and television.
Angus describing his play, Happy New
Angus Sampson: There's a big revelation in the play at the conclusion that puts it all into perspective. That's why I act - to discover.
Angus Sampson: I've had many offers from nightclubs and the like - why would they offer money to someone like me to hang out? In the end, I'm just glad I didn't do it. I remember patting myself on the back one day and saying, 'Thank God you survived as a struggling actor and didn't take the bait and sell your soul for a $100 drink card.'
Angus Sampson: The things that you get approached to do if you're even a minor celebrity profile is phenomenal. Things like Celebrity Hypnosis are just . . . well, everything I've done so far I've been proud of. So you ask yourself, 'Would I be proud of Celebrity Hypnosis long term?' The answer is no.
(Angus talking about his Maggi Ads)
Angus Sampson: I'm really proud they were so memorable, I was up in the Whitsundays and met a group of blokes who were on . . . an end-of-footy season tour. What a beautiful moment - no one wants to be associated with something you put in a microwave and eat, but if you are, why not do it well?
Angus Sampson: I'm drawn to acting because I love imagining things. My imagination is probably my favourite tool of mine. And it's great playing dress ups, you know, being somebody else and forgetting your worries.
Angus Sampson: I'm a very curious person, I'd love to bungy jump but I can't ensure the survival of it. I'd love to be a Roman gladiator but how am I going to do that unless I act the part?
Angus Sampson: I pride myself in the things I turn down. I've turned down every (advertising) job I've been offered since the 10:30 show finished on the ABC. I want to work with people who inspire me. I don't want to work for people who go 'Angus here is two and a half grand a week for you to appear in Celebrity Hypnosis...now become a chook when I tap you on the shoulder and count to three. If I had a mortgage to pay I'd do it but I don't.