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He starred in the Australian horror movie Road Train as Marcus, and also acted in the Australian movie Drowning with Elephant Princess star Miles Szanto, directed by Craig Boreham.
In 2009, he was cast as Brent in the Australian horror/thriller movie The Loved Ones in the lead role opposite Robin Mc Leavy.
The film gave Samuel his first blockbuster film worldwide.
Samuel received his first award nomination and win at the 2011 MTV Movie Awards.
As reported last week, Xavier just filmed what’s slated to be the opening scene in Twilight Eclipse – a major coup considering his character in the book barely gets any airtime.
Hollywood’s treatment and subsequent improvement of the source material however, adding tension and real drama and expanded role for Xavier, was perhaps inspired by his talent and potential.
In an interview with GQ Australia  in November 2010, Samuel described the process of his shock Twilight casting.
"I sent off the audition tape from Sydney, which landed in a big pile on someone's desk.
Despite completing his senior secondary years at Rostrevor College, Samuel undertook final year drama at Christian Brothers College under the tutelage of Amanda Portus, where he played the part of Tom Snout (the wall) in Rostrevor College's production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream as well as playing "Belvile" in CBC's production of Aphra Behn's The Rover (The Banished Cavaliers).
Samuel later attended Flinders University Drama Centre in 2005. Samuel made his debut on the Australian TV show Mc Leod's Daughters in 2003.
The film is set to open the Melbourne International Film Festival.