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Annabeth Gish Net Worth

Anne Elizabeth Gish net worth is

$3 Million



Anne Elizabeth Gish Wiki Biography

Anne Elizabeth Gish was born on the 13th March 1971 in Albuquerque, New Mexico USA, and as Annabeth Gish, she is a film and television actress, perhaps still best known for starring alongside Julia Roberts in the cult classic coming-of-age film “Mystic Pizza” (1988). Her on-screen career started in 1986.

Have you ever wondered how rich Annabeth Gish is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Gish’s net worth is as high as $3 million, an amount earned through her successful career in acting.

Annabeth Gish Net Worth $3 Million

Annabeth Gish was one of three children of Robert Gish, who taught English Language at the University of Northern Iowa, and Judith Gish, who was a teacher at Malcolm Price Laboratory School. Annabeth lived in Cedar Falls, Idaho from the age of two, and there she attended Northern University High School. Afterwards, she decided to pursue a degree, and she graduated with BA in English from Duke University in 1993.

Annabeth started her career as a child actress, first taking parts in community theatre, and then transitioning into commercials. Her film debut occurred in 1986, when she was cast in the drama film “Desert Bloom”, starring Jon Voight and JoBeth Williams. Gish practically grew up in front of the cameras, maintaining a steady stream of roles throughout her teenage years. She starred in the comedy drama “Hiding Out” (1987) alongside Jon Cryer, and the comedy film “Shag” (1989) with Bridget Fonda, however, one of her most memorable roles to date occurred in-between these features, when she joined the cast of “Mystic Pizza” (1988), playing the sister of Julia Roberts. While it wasn’t a big box office success, the movie was praised by the critics, especially the lead performances, and for this role Gish received her first nomination, for Young Artist Award. The second nomination soon followed, for her turn in the television crime drama movie “When He’s Not a Stranger” (1989), in which she played a college rape victim.

In the mid-nineties, she took part in the ensemble western film “Wyatt Earp” (1994), and in the critically acclaimed biopic “Nixon” (1996). Since then, she has also built a successful television career, with recurring roles in shows such as the drama series “Courthouse” (1995), and the hit political drama “West Wing” (2003-2006), in which she played Elizabeth Bartlet Westin, the First Daughter. However, more notable are her starring television roles, first in the later seasons of the popular science fiction show “The X-Files” (2001-2002) – for her role as Special Agent Monica Reyes she was nominated for a Saturn Award – and then in the crime drama “Brotherhood” (2006-2008), both of which increased her net worth significantly. She also co-starred on “The Bridge” (2013-2014), a crime drama which was based on the Danish-Swedish series “Broen/Bron”, and lasted two seasons.

Lately, she could be seen in several recurring roles in acclaimed television shows, including “Sons of Anarchy” (2014), “Scandal” (2016), and “Rizzoli & Isles” (2016). She also reprised her role as FBI Agent Monic Reyes in “The X-Files” revival in 2016. She has two releases scheduled for 2017, the drama film “Grass Stains”, and the comedy drama “Highly Functional”.

Annabeth met her husband, Wade Allen, on the set of “The X-Files”, where he was a stunt man. They married in 2003, and welcomed their first child, a son, in 2008. She is known for her charity work, and she supports the humanitarian agency CARE International.



# Quote
1 What scares me? I kind of believe in ghosts. I believe they can wander around, so that scares me. But the stuff that really scares me are the catastrophic events like my husband or children or my family being harmed, or something like that.
2 I am pretty scare-able. I guess that is why I like doing horror because my imagination can take me places.
3 My parents called me their wise little baby. I was mature when I was 4 or 5. My brother and sister were older, so I was raised by four adults.
4 Nothing about ‘Brotherhood’ is ever wrapped up in a nice package.
5 I’m no relation to Lillian or Dorothy Gish. Not even way back. But when I first became interested in acting, I wrote a letter to Lillian Gish. She wrote back, discouraging me from entering the business.
# Fact
1 Mother, with Wade Allen, of son Enzo Edward Allen, born on 25 October 2008 in Rhode Island, USA, weighing 7 pounds.
2 Mother, with Wade Allen, of son Cash Alexander Allen, born on 12 January 2007.
3 Sister of Timothy (Tim) and Robin Gish.
4 Daughter of Robert and Judith (Judy) Gish.
5 Her birth surname is Gish. While her grandmother’s name is Lillian, she is not the famous silent film actress Lillian Gish, nor is she related to Dorothy Gish.
6 Her father was an English Professor.
7 Attended Northern University High School and graduated in 1989. Went to Duke University and took a break from acting and earned a BA in English in July 1993.
8 Grew up in Cedar Falls, Iowa.

Actress

Title Year Status Character
Highly Functional 2017 post-production Alice
Grass Stains 2017 post-production Mrs. Turner
Halt and Catch Fire 2016 TV Series Diane Gould
Rizzoli & Isles 2016 TV Series Alice Sands
Term Life 2016 Lucy
Before I Wake 2016 Natalie
Scandal 2016 TV Series Lillian Forrester
Flaked 2016 TV Series Alicia Wiener
The X-Files 2001-2016 TV Series Monica Reyes
Title 2015 Short She
The Other Side 2015/IX Short Marilyn
Pretty Little Liars 2011-2015 TV Series Dr. Anne Sullivan
Sons of Anarchy 2014 TV Series Lieutenant Althea Jarry
The Bridge 2013-2014 TV Series Charlotte Millwright
Parenthood 2014 TV Series Melody York
Betrayal 2014 TV Series Violet
Parks and Recreation 2013 TV Series Stephanie Wyatt
Once Upon a Time 2012 TV Series Anita Lucas
A Mother’s Nightmare 2012 TV Movie Maddie Stewart
Home Run Showdown 2012 Michelle
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2011-2012 TV Series Laura Gabriel
Americana 2012 TV Movie Rachel Garano
Bag of Bones 2011 TV Mini-Series Jo Noonan
Texas Killing Fields 2011 Gwen Heigh
Against the Wall 2011 TV Series Chief Julie Carmen
Commerce 2011 Short Beth
The Chaperone 2011 Lynne
Lie to Me 2011 TV Series Ilene Clark
The Letter 2010/I Short Beth
Flashforward 2010 TV Series Lita
At Risk 2010 TV Movie Det. Delma Sykes
Criminal Minds 2010 TV Series Rebecca Hodges
An American Girl: Chrissa Stands Strong 2009 Video Meg Maxwell
Brotherhood 2006-2008 TV Series Eileen Caffee
Of Murder and Memory 2008 TV Movie Sally Linden
The Cleaner 2008 TV Series Barbara Hoffler
Candles on Bay Street 2006 TV Movie Lydia
Mojave Phone Booth 2006 Beth
Desperation 2006 TV Movie Mary Jackson
The West Wing 2003-2006 TV Series Elizabeth Bartlet Westin
The Celestine Prophecy 2006 Julia
Gillery’s Little Secret 2006 Short Gillery
Detective 2005 TV Movie Cynthia Ernst
Life on Liberty Street 2004 TV Movie Denise Di Fiori
CSI: Miami 2004 TV Series Wendy Decker
Knots 2004 Greta Siegel
A Death in the Family 2002 TV Movie Mary Follet
Buying the Cow 2002 Nicole
Race to Space 2001 Dr. Donni McGuinness
Morning 2001 Lily
The Way She Moves 2001 TV Movie Amie
Pursuit of Happiness 2001 Marissa
Double Jeopardy 1999 Angie
Sealed with a Kiss 1999 TV Movie Robbie
Different 1999 TV Movie Hope Goodell
God’s New Plan 1999 TV Movie Claire Hutton
SLC Punk! 1998 Trish
To Live Again 1998 TV Movie Karen Holmes
Mayday – Flug in den Tod 1997 Maria Philips
Steel 1997 Susan Sparks
True Women 1997 TV Movie Euphemia Ashby (adult)
What Love Sees 1996 TV Movie Jean Treadway Holly
Don’t Look Back 1996 TV Movie Michelle
Beautiful Girls 1996 Tracy Stover
Chicago Hope 1996 TV Series Amy Peletier
Nixon 1995 Julie Nixon Eisenhower
Courthouse 1995 TV Series Lenore Laderman
The Last Supper 1995/I Paulie
Scarlett 1994 TV Mini-Series Anne Hampton / Butler
Wyatt Earp 1994 Urilla Sutherland
Silent Cries 1993 Hazel Hampton
Lady Against the Odds 1992 TV Movie Sylvia Raffray
The Last to Go 1991 TV Movie Lydia
Coupe de Ville 1990 Tammy
When He’s Not a Stranger 1989 TV Movie Lyn McKenna
Shag 1989/I Pudge
Mystic Pizza 1988 Kat Arujo
Hiding Out 1987 Ryan Campbell
Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color 1986 TV Series Jessie
Desert Bloom 1986 Rose Chismore

Thanks

Title Year Status Character
The X-Files: Re-Opened 2015 TV Special documentary short thanks

Self

Title Year Status Character
Season X 2016 Video documentary Herself
@midnight 2016 TV Series Herself
The X-Files: Re-Opened 2015 TV Special documentary short Herself – Monica Reyes
WWE: Triple H – Thy Kingdom Come 2013 Video Herself
Fashion News Live 2011 TV Series Herself
Square Off 2006 TV Series Herself
Working with a Master: Mick Garris 2006 Video documentary short Herself
Threads of Mythology, Part 4 2005 Video documentary short Monica Reyes
America’s Lost Landscape: The Tallgrass Prairie 2005 Documentary Narrator
The X Files: The Making of ‘The Truth’ 2004 Video documentary Herself

Archive Footage

Won Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2011 First Prize Rhode Island International Film Festival Best Actress Commerce (2011)
2002 Best Actress Slamdunk Film Festival Pursuit of Happiness (2001)

Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2007 Prism Award Prism Awards Performance in a Drama Series, Multi-Episode Storyline Brotherhood (2006)
2002 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series The X Files (1993)
1996 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast Nixon (1995)
1990 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Best Young Actress Starring in a TV Movie, Pilot or Special When He’s Not a Stranger (1989)
1989 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Best Young Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Mystic Pizza (1988)

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