In 2004, Bruckner was nominated for Independent Spirit Award Best Female Lead for her movie Blue Car.
She appeared in TV commercials of Chuck E. Cheese and McDonald's french fries. The latter was aired in Nordic countries.
Agnes was named "Star of Tomorrow" by the Motion Picture Club in 2002.
Agnes' father is Hungarian and her mother is Russian. She speaks Russian and Hungarian fluently .
Agnes is 5'8" (1.73 m) tall.
Agnes first appeared in the recurring role of Bridget Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful on December 31, 1997, and signed a three-year contract a few months later. At age twelve, Agnes was the youngest actor on contract with the soap at that time. She was released from her contract in late 1998 so the character could be aged, and last aired in January of 1999.
Agnes has two sisters and a brother.
Agnes has blonde hair and green eyes.
Agnes: I can memorize my lines in about 5 minutes.
Agnes: My parents had recently seperated. So I had many real experiences to draw from.
Agnes: It was pretty easy because, at the time I was kind of going through the same situation.
Agnes: I like to sleep a lot. I mean I really like to sleep.
Agnes: That's so much more real as far as what they're going through.
Agnes: My mom's always like, 'You don't have to be that honest. You have to be more fake.'
Agnes: I never got a chance to be a teenager.
Agnes: I want to create a new road for myself instead of following in someone else's footsteps.
Agnes: It's crazy to be beautiful, and it's beautiful to be crazy.
Agnes: You see some of these actors, they have a permanent smile on their face. How can they do that? It really fascinates me.
Agnes: Anytime I'm at a club or a party, I'm dancing from beginning to end.
Agnes: I get alot of dark scripts now.
Agnes: Julia Roberts, Natalie Portman, Julia Stiles, Christina Ricci, Angelina Jolie, so many inspire me.
Agnes: I don't wanna be stuck doing movies like American Pie. For someone my age once you get started doing them, it's hard to get out.
Agnes: I don't even think about the bar.
Agnes: Some sex scenes turn people on, but the one between Meg [Agnes] and Mr. Auster [David Strathairn] is really uncomfortable. It makes you close your eyes when you're watching it.
Agnes: In interviews, on the set, talking to people, I'll just start talking about my parents' divorce, and go on and on.
Agnes: Being on a soap made me grow up fast.
Agnes: Everyone loves Agnes. It's not a usual name.