Anna appeared in the 2004 movie Gladiatress. Her character's name was Lofacta.
Anna starred in Roman Road in 2004 playing Jenny. The movie was about a burglar.
Anna starred in a movie entitled Domani in 2001. She played Claire. The movie was based on the friendships that grow between survivors of the 1997 Umbria earthquake.
Anna guest starred on a short lived TV series called Boyz Unlimited in 1999, playing Katie May.
Anna was cast in a TV pilot for a show in 2001 called Life as we Know It. The series was never picked up.
Anna had a recurring role in British show As If in which ex Hex co-star Jemima Rooper also starred. Jemima Abbey was another Hex star to appear on As If.
Anna's character in Hex, Jo Watkins, was written out at the beginning of the second season, but returned towards the end, evil.
Anna's character on Sugar Rush, coincidentally called Anna, was described by the character Kim as 'psycho b*tch'. She uses charm to get what she wants, including sleeping with Kim, leaving her feeling humiliated and used.
Anna appeared in the British mini series Berkeley Square in 1998.
Anna studied medicine at Cardiff for a year and two weeks.
Anna's character Paula in the film The Mother lives in less salubrious surroundings and is a neurotic teacher and failed writer. She is also carrying on a rather desperate affair with Darren the builder.
Anna appeared in Wonderful You, a drama about a group of school friends reaching a crisis point in their lives as they approached 30.
Anna was seen in the TV boy band comedy drama Boyz Unlimited for Channel 4.
Anna got into acting when she started at the National Youth Theatre.
Anna's father is a vet, her mother is a veterinary nurse, and her brother and sister are doctors.
(On studying medicine) Anna: I left on the first day of dissection because I couldn't really cope with it! I think my family are going to find it very funny when they see me in Morse with a stethoscope!
(On St Peter's Hospital in Chertsey, Surrey which stood in for Oxford's Radcliffe Hospital in The Remorseful Day) Anna: It was weird, because St Peter's is the local hospital where my brother and sister were born and where I had my appendix out when I was seven. I used to go to school down the road from there and I've done voluntary work at the hospital, so it was quite strange suddenly walking in as a doctor!