New Brunswick, Canada
Anna Silk's Main TV Roles
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Hometown: Fredericton, NB
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA
Three Things I Can't Live Without: My family, my friends and my endless supply of moisturizers
Describe Your Character in Ten Words or Less: Strong, stubborn, protective, vulnerable, scared, smart, loyal, sexy, funny, and confident.
Anna Silk is perhaps best known for her role as the caustic Deb, the cantankerous flight attendant in the Nicoderm commercials. Silk divides her time between the big and small screen. She has spent her past three years in Los Angeles where one of her fondest roles was playing the lead hit man in the film, Stacking Chips, slated for release in summer 2010. Her film credits also include Breakfast with Scot, Do Not Bend, Where the Truth Lies, and Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.
On the small screen, Silk has had various roles in popular shows in the United States and in Canada. She guest-starred as Jennifer Love Hewitt's beautiful best friend in The Ghost Whisperer and portrayed the murdering wife in 'Til Death Do Us Part. Silk has spent many memorable hours on the small screen in Canada as well with roles in Angela's Eyes and Puppets Who Kill. She made a memorable guest appearance as Suzie on Billable Hours, the "furry" who falls for the company mascot. Most recently, she played the part of Cassidy, the sultry love interest to the lead on Being Erica — a role for which Anna was honored with a 2010 Gemini Award nomination.
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