Born as Leah Diane Gibson on January 3, 1985, she is a Canadian film and TV actress. Leah Gibson was born in Victoria, British Columbia. She started dancing when she was four years of age and she received training in vocational hobbies such as ballet and various jazz forms. In her early years of singing and dancing, she found musical theatre. She moved to a high school that was known for fine arts and she maintained honor-roll grades and graduated as the class topper. Gibson studied psychology at the University of Victoria. She was also cast in her first professional theatre production and left university. The touring company lost its funding in two months and the show had to be cancelled. Gibson then moved to Vancouver to make a career as a film actress.
Her TV debut was in the year 2007 in Psych, a TV film Second Sight and on a miniseries Tin Man. She also appeared as Penelope in Odysseus: Voyage to the Underworld (2008). Gibson’s first leading role in a movie was in The Devil’s Ground (2009). She also appeared in a supporting role in Zack Snyder’s Watchmen in the same year and also played a role in Happy to Be Here. She also appeared on TV in Stranger With My Face (2009).
In the year 2010, she appeared as Nettie in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse and was also cast on A Night for Dying Tigers. She also appeared in two short films, The Metal Box (2010) and The Fence (2011).
Her later TV credits include He Loves Me (2011) and Soldiers of the Apocalypse (2011). She appeared in supporting roles in Kill For Me (2013), Indie Jonesing (2012) and a short film Leave Us Alone (2012).