(Agent Monica Reyes)
Annabeth Gish has accrued an extensive list of credits crossing both the film and television mediums. She most recently completed the upcoming cable television film When the Music Stops and has also finished work on the upcoming feature films Buying the Cow, opposite Jerry O'Connell; Race to Space, opposite James Woods; and the independent features Pursuit of Happiness, opposite Frank Whaley; and Amy Canaan Mann's drama Morning.
Gish first gained the attention of critics and moviegoers at the age of 13 when, according to film critic Roger Ebert, she delivered a performance "of stunning power" in the feature film Desert Bloom. She went on to star in the acclaimed feature film Mystic Pizza with Julia Roberts before taking a four-year break from her career to attend Duke University and graduate cum laude with a degree in English.
Her additional feature film credits include Double Jeopardy, opposite Tommy Lee Jones and Ashley Judd and directed by Bruce Beresford, and the Sundance Film Festival favorite SLC Punk!. She has also had roles in the films Wyatt Earp, opposite Kevin Costner; Nixon, directed by Oliver Stone; Beautiful Girls; The Last Supper; Coup De Ville; Shag; and Steel.
Gish's numerous television credits include the Masterpiece Theater classic A Death in the Family, opposite James Cromwell; the television films Sealed With a Kiss; Different, opposite Lynn Redgrave; God's New Plan; To Live Again; What Love Sees; Someone You Know; and the miniseries True Women, opposite Dana Delaney and Angelina Jolie; and Scarlett.