Anna Galvin

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Anna Galvin
Born (1969-10-19) 19 October 1969 (age 47)
Australia[1]
Other names Anna Glavan[2]
Occupation Actress
Years active 1994–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.

Filmography[edit]

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 Mr. Young Rachel Young TV series - 9 episodes
2012 Girl vs. Monster Theadosia TV Movie
2013 Mr. Young Rachel Young TV series - 8 episodes
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

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Tin Man | Sci Fi UK". Scifi.co.uk. Retrieved 2009-08-09. 
  2. ^ a b http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0303442/
  3. ^ Bellafante, Ginia (30 November 2007). "Fighting Off Darkness in a New Land of Oz". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-04-25. 
  4. ^ "Scavengers". UKGameshows. Retrieved 2009-08-09. 
  5. ^ Annemaree O'Brien, curator. "The Genie From Down Under". australian screen. Retrieved 2009-08-09. 
  6. ^ "New Adventures of Robin Hood Episodes". Tvguide.com. Retrieved 2009-08-09. 
  7. ^ "Hollywood Off-Ramp". imdb.com. 
  8. ^ "Pilot". imdb.com. 
  9. ^ "Veiled Truth". imdb.com. 
  10. ^ "The Secret Lives of Second Wives". imdb.com. 
  11. ^ "Transparency". imdb. 
  12. ^ "The Boy Who Cried Werewolf". imdb.com. 

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