Anna Hutchison stars in "Spartacus" on Starz as Laeta, the privileged wife of a Roman dignitary who becomes entangled in the struggle against Spartacus. Her life and those of the ones she loves are forever changed by the conflict.

On the big screen, Hutchison recently starred in "The Cabin in the Woods," as Jules, opposite Chris Hemsworth and Kristen Connolly.

Anna Hutchison is one of New Zealand's most widely recognized young actors and is already making an impact in both the Australian and US markets.

She is widely recognized in Australia for her co-lead role of Alison Dine in the critically acclaimed and enormously successful 2009 TV series "Underbelly – A Tale of Two Cities" for The Nine Network Australia. In 2011, she appeared as a recurring guest on "Sea Patrol" series 5, also for The Nine Network.

Also in 2011, Anna appeared in a leading role in the Channel Nine telemovie "Panic at Rock Island" and she also filmed a lead series role for Seven Network's "Wild Boys." In 2008 Anna starred as the series co-lead role of Amy in the NZ TV series "Go Girls" for South Pacific Pictures. Her role as Amy then became a recurring guest in series 2 in 2009 and also in series 3 in 2011.

Also in 2008, Anna was a guest lead on the premier season of the TV series "Legend of the Seeker" for US ABC/Disney Networks.

In 2007 Anna starred in the co-lead role of Lily in the TV series "Power Rangers" for US ABC/Disney Networks, as well as starring in the co-lead role of Pony in the TV series "Ride with the Devil" for Isola Productions NZ. In 2006 Anna performed as Lisa in "Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior" a Movie of the Week for Disney USA. In 2005 she was the ongoing guest lead role of Anya on the TV series "Orange Roughies" for NZ TV1 and between 2002-2004 Anna starred as Delphine on TVNZ's longest running TV series "Shortland Street."

Anna's theater work includes two seasons of "The Woman" at the Downstage Theatre and also at the Silo Theatre, Auckland, "Sex with Strangers" at the Herald Theatre, Auckland and "To Russia with Love" at the Silo Theatre, Auckland.

Anna has been nominated for the following awards: Logie nomination for the Grahame Kennedy Award for Outstanding New Talent for "Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities" (2010), WIFT NZ finalist for Success in Film & Television for "Gossip Girls" (2009), Best Performance in a Short Film for "The Lost One" at the New Zealand Film Awards (2006), Best Actress at the NZ People's Choice Awards in 2004 and in 2005 for her work on "Shortland Street" and also in 2004 Best Juvenile Actor in a TV Series for her work on "Shortland Street" at the NZ People's Choice Awards.

In 2004, Anna was the winner of the NZ People's Choice Awards Rising Star Award for her work on "Shortland Street."

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Age: 31 years old
Birthday: February 8, 1986
Height: 5' 5 ¼"
Birthplace: New Zealand

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