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Anna Hutchison

Anna Hutchison
Born (1986-02-08) 8 February 1986 (age 28)
Auckland, New Zealand
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002 - present

Anna Hutchison (born 8 February 1986)[1] is a New Zealand actress.

She is known for her roles on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street and American series Power Rangers: Jungle Fury. She also played Alison Dine, the girlfriend of crime figure Terry Clark in the Australian television series Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities also known as the Mr Asia Story,[2] and Amy Smart in the New Zealand television comedy/drama series Go Girls. In 2012, she starred in the Joss Whedon/Drew Goddard critically acclaimed meta-fictional slasher film "The Cabin in the Woods".

On 13 April 2012, it was announced that Hutchison would be joining the cast of Spartacus for the third season in 2013, in a recurring role as Laeta, a Roman taken prisoner by Spartacus.[3]

Filmography

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2006 Lost One, TheThe Lost One Emma Short film
2011 Rotting Hill Lizzy Short film
2012 Cabin in the Woods, TheThe Cabin in the Woods Jules
2013 Blinder Rose Walton Release date: 7 March 2013 (Australia)
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2002-2004 Shortland Street Delphi Greenlaw TV series
2006 Orange Roughies Anja Episode: "1.1"
Episode: "1.2"
2006 Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior Lisa TV movie
2007 Ride with the Devil 'Pony' Gemmel TV series
2008 Power Rangers Jungle Fury Lily Chilman / Yellow Cheetah Ranger 32 episodes
2008 Legend of the Seeker Bronwyn Episode: "Identity"
2009 Underbelly Alison Dine 13 episodes
2009-2012 Go Girls Amy Smart Main role
2011 Panic at Rock Island VJ Pilly TV movie
2011 Sea Patrol Jodie Episode: "The Hunted"
2011 Wild Boys Emilia Fife 10 episodes
2013 Spartacus: War of the Damned Laeta Main role
2013 Anger Management Sasha Episode: "Charlie and the Hooker"

Awards

Year Award
2006 Nominated for 'Best Performance in a Short Film' for 'The Lost One' - New Zealand Screen Awards
2005 Nominated for 'Best Actress' for 'Shortland Street' - TV Guide Best on the Box People's Choice Awards
2004 Nominated for 'Best Juvenile Actor in a Television Series' for 'Shortland Street' -New Zealand Television & Film Awards
Winner of 'Rising Star' for 'Shortland Street' - TV Guide Best on the Box People's Choice Awards

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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