Griffith in January 2007
23 March 1978 |
|Years active||2004 – present|
Griffith's on-screen acting debut was in a minor role in the 2004 made-for-television movie She's Gone. Also in 2004, she appeared in more prominent roles in the television movie Dirty Filthy Love, the comedy film Alfie and the short film Turn, as well as featuring in The Headsman and guest-starring on the British comedy The Worst Week of My Life in 2005.
Griffith won her role as Katie Connor on the 2007 television series Damages after taking a last-minute audition a month after she moved to New York City. The role saw her with an imitated American accent; she says "[the producers] were a little concerned at first about a Brit playing an American, especially because they already had an Australian (Rose Byrne) playing an American," and so she addressed them in an American accent from beginning to end of the audition. Griffith returned to the series as a main cast member for the second season, which aired in 2009.
She guest-starred in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and also in the television series New Amsterdam's second episode, "Golden Boy". She was later cast in the NBC medical drama Trauma, which began airing in September 2009. In May 2010, after 18 episodes, the show was officially cancelled by NBC. She returned on 17 June 2010, at the end from episode 3 season 2 from Royal Pains, as Dr. Emily Peck.
Griffith appeared in the 2011 Lifetime television movie And Baby Will Fall as Ivy Rose.
She can be seen as Elizabeth Haverford Morehouse, the English wife of a wealthy businessman, on the BBC America series Copper.
In 2011 she appeared in ABC's Once Upon A Time as Kathryn Nolan and her counterpart Abigail. She debuted on the third episode of the first season.
|2005||The Headsman||Anna||(Shadow of the Sword)|
|2009||Solitary Man||Carol Salomonde|
|2004||Dirty Filthy Love||Stevie||TV movie|
|2004||Nature Unleashed: Fire||Sharon||Video|
|2005||Worst Week of My Life, TheThe Worst Week of My Life||Cordelia||Episode: "Monday"
|2007||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Leah Keegan||Episode: "Paternity"|
|2007–2009||Damages||Katie Connor||22 episodes|
|2008||New Amsterdam||Hannah Cleary||Episode: "Golden Boy"|
|2008||Lipstick Jungle||Kelly Parker||Episode: "Carpe Threesome"|
|2008||Cleaner, TheThe Cleaner||Kate Gibbons||Episode: "The Eleventh Hour"|
|2009||Medium||Samantha Emory||Episode: "The Man in the Mirror"|
|2009–2010||Trauma||Nancy Carnahan||18 episodes|
|2010–2011||Royal Pains||Dr. Emily Peck||9 episodes|
|2011||And Baby Will Fall||Ivy Rose||TV movie|
|2011–2012, 2014||Once Upon a Time||Kathryn Nolan/Princess Abigail||Season 1 (recurring; 7 episodes)
Season 3 (guest; 1 episode)
|2012||Copper||Elizabeth Haverford||Main cast|
|2013||Banshee||Dr. Paradis||Episode: "A Mixture of Madness"|
|2014||The Wrong Mans||Agent Miller||Episode: "X-Mans/White Mans"|
|2015||Elementary||Agatha Spurrell||Episode: "The View From Olympus"|
|2015||The Mysteries of Laura||Angela Ryan||Episode: "The Mystery of the Fateful Fire"|
- April MacIntyre (15 August 2007). "A chat with FX 'Damages' Anastasia Griffith". Monsters and Critics. Retrieved 2008-02-15.
- "LAist Interview: Anastasia Griffith from "Damages"". LAist. 21 August 2007. Retrieved 2008-02-15.
- "Legal Briefs: Televisionary Chats with Anastasia Griffith of FX's "Damages"". Televisionary. 17 August 2007. Retrieved 2008-02-15.
- "Crazy in love..." 19 September 2004. The Mail on Sunday (London, England)