Annie Byron is an Australian actress best known for her role as Fran Kubota in Wolf Creek 2, The Fantastic Mr. Fox, and Muriel’s Wedding. She has also appeared in several feature films including Crazy Heart, Get Shorty, Kiss the Girls, and Don’t Take Me Alive. She is best known to audiences in the United States for her roles in comedies. Her most recent film, however, is a drama about a teenage girl who becomes the victim of sex trafficking. That film is titled The Witch.
Annie is best known from two TV shows she has appeared on. She has been featured on the long-running sitcom Webster. She also had a small role in the 1997 action film Top Gun. It was her first non-speaking role in a feature film. She had a supporting role in the second best actress award winning film The Perfect Score.
Annie has appeared in a few movies that were made in Australia, including Undercover Boss, Nurse Jackie, and Traffic. She also was in the television movie High Voltage. She has also been in some television shows such as The Young Victoria, Marriage of Figaro, Rosemary and Thyme, Dinner With Two People, Days in Love, Brides, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, ER, Daphne Du Maurier’s Grandmother, and so many more. She has also had some smaller roles in some movies and TV series such as pitches, The New Teacher, Campione, Dinner With Two People, and Kingpin, amongst others.
She has been nominated for numerous awards including multiple awards for her roles in movies and theatre. She has also won awards for her performances in TV and stage. She has also won awards for her performances in movies, television shows, and theater. She has also played a major role in the musical, smash hit musical A Christmas Carol, as well as in the animated film Finding Nemo. She has had minor roles in films such as Bruce Almighty, G.I Joe, Edward Scissorhands, Fantastic Four, Men in Black II, X-Men, and lots more.
An Australian actress, Annabel Crabb was born in Australia and is a very accomplished actress. She has had varied experiences in both acting and in musical theater. She has spent time in both small and large theaters in both here in the US and in other countries. She has appeared in Primary School Musical, American Pie, Barbie: Princess of Power, The Perfect Score, The Damned United, The Hangover, and umpteen others. She has also been nominated for an Academy Award for her work in the aforementioned films.
She is best known for her appearances on stage and TV screens, however, she has also had a great deal of screen time in animated films such as Finding Nemo, Bridget Jones Diary, and The Princess and the Frog. Her appearance on the TV movie Anger Management also brought her recognition as an actress. Apart from those, she has been seen in quite a few independent films as well, which are definitely some of her best works to date. In addition, Annie is also one half of the live action duo, Toastmasters. She plays their trainer, Val Braccoon.
The Princess and the Frog are actually the second film in the Winnie the Pooh series. Although it does not have the same kind of popularity as the first film, it still manages to be a pretty good picture. It tells the story of how Pooh and his friends Aladdin and Ariel meet and make the ultimate friendship. It also follows how the evil King Hook captures them and makes them his toys. This film is just as wonderful as the first and it is just as deserving of being called as such.
This is only an example of the many characters that Annie Byron has portrayed over the years. There are many other roles that she has played, but if you are looking for the best actress in a children’s movie, then you should definitely consider checking out Annie. She surely has the perfect face and body for this kind of a role, but it is her versatility that really makes her an excellent actress. She can play different kinds of characters and is certainly someone you would want to see in an animated feature film. As an actress, she has established a name for herself, but she continues to be very humble about the role that she has played. This goes to show that it is not all about winning awards, but about enjoying what you do and having the right attitude.