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Annie Bergin

Annie Bergin is a Scottish-born American actor and writer who started acting in amateur theatre productions when she was 10 years old, and discovered a love for theater that gradually transitioned to acting in film and TV. Born in the North East of Scotland, across the Firth of Forth from Edinburgh, Annie moved to California in 2005, and began ... See full bio »
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The Lost Shepherd
The Lost Shepherd Church Member
Quinn CSI Tech
1 Zer0
1 Zer0 Actress


Hide Hide Show Show Actress (6 credits)
 2016 1 Zer0 (Short) (completed)
  Quinn (filming)
CSI Tech
 2012 The Exes (TV Series)
- Shall We Dance (2012) ... Judge (uncredited)
 2011 The Lost Shepherd (Short)
Church Member
 2005 Children of the Mist: The Lost Tribe (Short)
The Bride
 1980 Take the High Road (TV Series) (1992) (uncredited)

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5' 8" (1.73 m)

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Sister of Allan McGuinness. See more »

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