Anna Hutchison is a sexy blonde actress out of New Zealand. She is known best for her role in the Joss Whedon co-written film "Cabin in the Woods."
Anna Hutchison was born on February 8, 1986. Since she is a more popular actress overseas, little is known about her here in the states. However, we do know that due to her recent success in the film "The Cabin in the Woods" and television series "Spartacus: War of the Damned," she now splits her time between New England and the Los Angeles, calling neither place her permanent home.
Anna got her start on New Zealand soap operas. In 2003, she played Delphi on the series "Shortland Street." Then, in 2006, she briefly had a role on the series "Orange Roughies." The same year she was cast in a small part on the Disney Channel original movie "Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior." Whether or not that role played into landing her role at the Yellow Cheetah Ranger on the long-running children's series "Power Ranger Jungle Fury" is unknown, but she shot 32 episodes of the show in 2008.
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In 2009, Anna made her way back overseas to star in the miniseries "Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities." She starred as Alison, the girlfriend of main character Terry Clark. It being New Zealand and all, Anna had her fair share of nude scenes during the 13-episode run. The same year, Anna took on the role of Amy Smart on the popular New Zealand comedy drama "Go Girls," which she starred in until 2012. However, the actress briefly left the series in order to star in "The Cabin in the Woods" on location in Vancouver, Canada.
Although "The Cabin in the Woods" was filmed in 2009, it wasn't released until April 13, 2012 due to 3D conversion that ultimately never happened. So it worked out well that Anna was able to return to "Go Girls" in the interim. On the same day as "The Cabin in the Woods" release, it was announced that Anna would be joining the cast of "Spartacus" for its third season. She played a Roman by the name of Laeta who is taken prisoner by the title character.