Annie appeared in a commercial for Toyota.
Annie moved from Chicago, Illinois to Los Angeles, California in 2001.
Annie often visits her hometown St. Louis, Missouri to see her mother, whom she is very close with. Her mother is a flower shop owner.
Annie's television debut performance was in an episode of Star Trek: Enterprise.
Annie's theatrical credits include A Class Act, Anything Goes, Seventeen, Evita, Common Rooms, Greenshow Royal Feaste, A Christmas Carol, Do I Hear Waltz?, And They Called It Ireland, Nunsense, How to Succeed in Business, and As You Like It.
Annie can speak the following dialects: Irish, Standard British, Southern, Slavic, and Cockney.
As a child, Annie toured with the St. Louis Celtic Stepdancers and joined in Irish dance competitions.
Annie sang as part of the Pasadena Playhouse Cast for the CD soundtrack of Do I Hear Waltz.
Annie is 5'7" (1.70 m).
Annie Wersching was featured in the major motion picture Bruce Almighty alongside Jim Carrey. Her other film credits include The Showdown, Veronica's Veil, Return Address, and Birdkeeper. Annie also played Kate Fisher in the 2007 made-for-TV movie Company Man.
Her hobbies include; Irish dancing, tin whistling, tennis, horseback riding, softball and swimming.
Annie Wersching has a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from Millikin University, Chicago. She is featured among the alumni on spotlight (Alumni Performances section) in the university's website.
Annie's special skills include burping on cue, horseback riding, playing the tin whistle, singing soprano (with lower belt), contorting her face, swimming, and playing tennis and softball.
Annie: Acting gave me the opportunity to do outrageous things. It allowed me to be sad, happy, angry and lustful even if it was just vicariously.
Annie: (on working with Kelly Monaco) We're just kind of a good match. I'm not really a 'girly girl' and she's not either.
Annie: Soaps are putting me to the test. People have their pages hidden behind a pillow! It's pretty intense how fast it moves.