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Anna Hutchison


Anna Hutchison won fame thanks to three very different TV roles: tomboyish high schooler Delphi Greenlaw on Shortland Street, bankrupt go-getter Amy Smart on Go Girls, and the lover to drug king Terry Clark in Underbelly. First nominated for her work in Shortland Street, she went on to act in Joss Whedon-scripted horror movie The Cabin in the Woods. By 2015 Hutchison was scoring a run of starring roles in the United States, including romance Starting Up Love. She also co-starred as a Scottish widow in biopic Robert the Bruce. In 2021 she featured in two romances shot in New Zealand — A Love Yarn and Destination Love.

I hear so many kids saying they want to be an actor or a movie star and then they just end up working somewhere down the road. I didn't want that to happen to me. Anna Hutchison, in an interview for Pavement, August 2003