Anna Galvin

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Anna Galvin
Born (1969-10-19) 19 October 1969 (age 49)
Other namesAnna Glavan[2]
Years active1994–present
Spouse(s)Raul Inglis (2003-present; 1 child)

Anna Galvin (born 19 October 1969; also credited as Anna Glavan[2]) is an Australian[1] actress. Her roles include Lex Luthor's assistant, Gina, in Smallville, and Lavender Eyes in Tin Man.[3] She also played Lady Marion Fitzwalter (also known as Maid Marian) in the first season of the TV series The New Adventures of Robin Hood in 1997.

Personal life[edit]

Galvin was born 19 October 1969 in Melbourne, Australia, and trained at the Oxford School of Drama in England after graduating from the University of Melbourne.[1]

In 2003, Galvin married Raul Inglis. They subsequently had a daughter. She is a classically trained mezzo/soprano singer. She can fence, horseback ride, ski, body surf and roller blade. Typically, her Australian accent is confused with an English accent. She has also been incorrectly identified as a "kiwi", slang for a New Zealander. She is often associated with the Arts Club Theatre Company in Vancouver, starring in such productions as The Philanderer, and Calendar Girls.


Feature films and television
Year Title Role Notes
1994 Driven Jessie TV Short
Scavengers female android TV series[4]
Crocodile Shoes Anabelle Barrett TV series - Season 1, Episode 1 : The Tape
1995 Game On Julia TV series - Season 1, Episode 1 : Matthew - a Suitable Case for Treatment
1996 The Genie From Down Under Lady Diana Townes TV series, 12 episodes[5]
1997 The New Adventures of Robin Hood Marion Fitzwater TV series, 13 episodes[6]
Timecop Anne Thompson TV series, 1 episode - A Rip in Time
1998 Profiler Nikki Ware TV Series - Season 3, Episode 16 - Lethal Obsession
The Sentinel Inspector Megan Connor TV series, 7 episodes
The Genie From Down Under 2 Lady Diana Townes TV series, 6 episodes
Viper Mira McKenna TV series, 1 episode - Wanted: Fred or Alive
1999 Clueless Michelle TV series, 1 episode - Parent Trap
Snoops Susan Cooper TV series, 1 episode - The Heartless Bitch
2000 Hollywood Off-Ramp Lucy TV series, 1 episode - Looking for Mr. Campbell[7]
Once and Again Female Associate TV series, 1 episode - Ozymandias 2.0
2001 Family Law Brenda Gellers TV series, 1 episode - Film at Eleven
The Beast Woman TV series, 1 episode - Travinia: Part 2
2002 Blue Heelers Natalie Price TV series, 1 episode - Parenthood
2005 Da Vinci's City Hall Libby Burton TV series, 2 episodes
2006 Worst Week of My Life Vanessa Bradford TV series, 1 episode - Pilot[8]
Veiled Truth[9] Janet TV movie
Stargate SG-1 Dr. Reya Varrick TV series - Season 9, episode 12 - Collateral Damage
2007 My Baby Is Missing Dana Hoch TV movie
Blood Ties Cheryl TV series, episode 6 - Love Hurts
Eureka Dr. Jane Harrington TV series - Season 2, episode 5 - Duck, Duck Goose
Second Sight Mary Kaufman TV movie
Masters of Horror Dr. Loring TV series, 1 episode - Right to Die
Smallville Gina TV series, 7 episodes
Tin Man Lavender eyes TV series, 3 episodes
Vice Gwen
2008 Kyle XY Constance Berlinger TV series - Season 2, episode 17 - Grounded
Supernatural Mrs. Fremont, Colette TV series - Season 3, episode 16 - No Rest for the Wicked

Credited as Anna Glavan

The Andromeda Strain Lisa Stone TV series
Stargate Atlantis Vanessa Conrad TV series - Season 5, episode 15 - Remnants
The Secret Lives of Second Wives[10] Claire TV movie
2009 Messages Deleted Lisa Kwan
Caprica Shannon Adama TV series - Season 1, episode 1 - Pilot
Defying Gravity Tara Harding TV series - Season 1, episode 10 - Deja Vu
Stargate Universe Mrs. Armstrong TV series - 4 episodes
2010 Transparency[11] Doctor Ernhart
The Boy Who Cried Werewolf[12] Ms. Carlsberg
2011 - 2013 Mr. Young Rachel Young TV series - 18 episodes
2012 Girl vs. Monster Theadosia TV Movie
2014 Way of the Wicked Laura
Barbie and the Secret Door Mother voice
2015 Once Upon a Time Madeline De Vil TV series - Season 4, Episode 19 - "Sympathy for the De Vil"
2016 Warcraft Draka


  1. ^ a b c "Tin Man | Sci Fi UK". Retrieved 9 August 2009.
  2. ^ a b
  3. ^ Bellafante, Ginia (30 November 2007). "Fighting Off Darkness in a New Land of Oz". The New York Times. Retrieved 25 April 2010.
  4. ^ "Scavengers". UKGameshows. Retrieved 9 August 2009.
  5. ^ Annemaree O'Brien, curator. "The Genie From Down Under". australian screen. Retrieved 9 August 2009.
  6. ^ "New Adventures of Robin Hood Episodes". Retrieved 9 August 2009.
  7. ^ "Hollywood Off-Ramp".
  8. ^ "Pilot".
  9. ^ "Veiled Truth".
  10. ^ "The Secret Lives of Second Wives".
  11. ^ "Transparency". imdb.
  12. ^ "The Boy Who Cried Werewolf".

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