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|Born||Anna C. Belknap
May 22, 1972
Damariscotta, Maine U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Eric Siegel (m. 2004)|
Belknap's television credits include series regular roles in Medical Investigation and The Handler, a recurring role in Deadline, and guest-starring roles in Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and Without a Trace.
Belknap appeared in the movie Alchemy and made her feature film debut in the independent film The Reality Trap.
Her stage credits include the Off-Broadway production of Metamorphoses at New York's Second Stage Theatre, as well as roles at the Mark Taper Forum, the Old Globe Theatre, the Westport Country Playhouse, and the Williamstown Theatre Festival.
During filming for the show CSI: NY, an episode describes her being bitten by a cobra. This event was used to reduce her screen time during her first pregnancy (which, unlike her second one, was not written into the show). She also left to go home to Montana in an episode to testify in a trial to cut her screen time. Her second pregnancy was written into several episodes of season five, where her character has a daughter with husband Danny Messer.
Belknap was the recipient of the 2002 San Diego Theater Critics Circle's Craig Noel Award for Outstanding Performance as Marina in the Old Globe Theatre's production of Pericles by William Shakespeare.
|1996||Homicide: Life on the Street||Julia Pfeiffer||Episode 4.22: "Work Related"|
|1999||Law & Order||Jessica Buehl||Episode 9.10: "Hate"|
|1999||Trinity||Woman||Episode 7: "Having Trouble with the Language"|
|2001||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Sarah Kimmel||Episode 2.18: "Manhunt"|
|2001||The Education of Max Bickford||Mimi Askew||Episode 6: "Do It Yourself"|
|2003–04||The Handler||Lily||Main role (16 episodes)|
|2004||The Jury||Karen Linney||Episode 7: "The Boxer"|
|2004–05||Medical Investigation||Eva Rossi||Main role (20 episodes)|
|2005||The Comeback||Sara Peterman||Episode 13: "Valerie Does Another Classic Leno"|
|2005||Without a Trace||Paige Hobson||Episodes 3.23: "Endgame" and 4.01 "Showdown"|
|2005–13||CSI: NY||Lindsay Monroe/Messer||Main role (166 Episodes)|
|2015||Hawaii Five-0||Amy Lange||Episode 5.13: "Lā Pōʻino"|
|2015||How To Get Away With Murder||Oncology Nurse||Episode 2.07: "I Want You to Die"|
|2005||The Reality Trap||Tracy|
|2015||No Way Jose||Kate|
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