Brigid Brannagh

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Brigid Brannagh
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Brigid Brannagh, 2011
Brigid E. Walsh[1][better source needed]

(1972-08-03) August 3, 1972 (age 46)
Other names
  • Brigid Brannah
  • Brigid Brannaugh
  • Brigid Walsh
  • Brigid Conley Walsh
Years active1988–present
Spouse(s)Justin Lyons

Brigid Brannagh (born August 3, 1972[2]) is an American actress. She has been credited as Brigid Brannagh, Brigid Brannah, Brigid Brannaugh, Brigid Walsh, and Brigid Conley Walsh.

Early life and education[edit]

Born in San Francisco, California, Brannagh is of Irish ancestry. She is the fourth child of nine children. She began auditioning for roles around age 13.[3]


She is a frequent guest star on various television programs, including a recurring role on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, playing serial felon Tammy Felton in the first and second seasons. She starred in Kindred: The Embraced and Over There. She also had the recurring role of Virginia Bryce, Wesley Wyndam-Pryce's girlfriend, during the second season of Angel.

In 1999, Brannagh guest starred on a season 2 episode of the TV series Charmed ("That Old Black Magic") as an evil witch named Tuatha.

In 1991 and 1992 she was featured in the Fox sitcom True Colors about an interracial family.

In 2003 Brannagh played the part of "Rubie" in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "First Flight".

In 2007, she landed a role in the Lifetime series Army Wives, in which she portrayed Pamela Moran for six seasons until Spring 2012.

She starred in Hallmark movie Crush on You, which aired in June 2011 and in independent movie Not That Funny.[3]

Soon after leaving Army Wives, Brannagh joined the cast of the proposed ABC drama series Gilded Lillys as Elizabeth, the matriarch of the Lily family. The show began filming in March 2012 in Boston after being ordered in late January. Gilded Lillys was created and produced by Shonda Rhimes. However, ABC did not pick up the series.[4]



Year Film Role Notes
1988 The Wrong Guys Louie's sister Credited as Brigid Walsh
1993 Quest of the Delta Knights Thena Credited as Brigid Conley Walsh
1998 The Man in the Iron Mask Molly Pichon Credited as Brigid Brannah, alternative title: The Mask of Dumas
1999 The Fair Maggie
2002 Life Without Dick Ivy Gallagher O'Reilly
2015 I'm Not Ready for Christmas Rose Geller
2016 They're Watching Becky Westlake
2016 Vanished – Left Behind: Next Generation Sarah
2016 Te Ata Bertie Thompson
2017 You Get Me Corinne Netflix film


Year Film Role Notes
1989 Jake and the Fatman Cheryl Thompson 1 episode
1990 Doogie Howser, M.D. Suzie Berlooty 1 episode
1990–1992 True Colors Katie Davis Main role; credited as Brigid Conley Walsh
1993 Rio Shannon Television movie; credited as Brigid Conley Walsh
1993 The Day My Parents Ran Away Melanie Hope Television movie, credited as Brigid Conley Walsh
1994 NYPD Blue Sandy 1 episode
1994 ER Jamie Hendricks 1 episode
1995 American Gothic Poppy Bowen 1 episode, credited as Brigid Walsh
1996 Kindred: The Embraced Sasha Main role, 6 episodes; credited as Brigid Walsh
1996 Touched by an Angel Alison Miller 1 episode
1997 Sliders Erin 1 episode
1997 The Inheritance Ida Glenshaw Television movie; alternative title: Louisa May Alcott's The Inheritance
1997 Chicago Sons Melinda 3 episodes
1997 Roar Shannon 1 episode
1997–1998 Brooklyn South Emmeline "Emily" Flannagan 4 episodes
1998 Veronica's Closet Perry's Girlfriend 1 episode; credited as Brigid Conley Walsh
1998 Ally McBeal Paula 1 episode
1998 Dharma & Greg Donna 2 episodes
1998 Hyperion Bay Claire 2 episodes; credited as Brigid Conley Walsh
1999 Legacy Molly Recurring role, 5 episodes; credited as Brigid Conley Walsh
1999 Charmed Tuatha 1 episode
2000 Diagnosis: Murder Jill Hoving 1 episode
2000 Early Edition Rose/Lily Archer 1 episode
2000 Bull Sister Kate 1 episode
2000 The West Wing Harriet 1 episode
2000–2001 Angel Virginia Bryce 4 episodes
2001 Citizen Baines Makeup Artist 3 episodes
2001 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Tammy Felton 2 episodes
2002 Philly Shelly Brower 1 episode
2002 Just Shoot Me! Ruth 1 episode
2002 The Division Jessica Billings 1 episode
2003 Strong Medicine Abby 1 episode
2003 Star Trek: Enterprise Ruby Episode: "First Flight"
2004 24 Kathy McCartney 1 episode
2004 Without a Trace Stephanie Boothe 1 episode
2005 Cold Case Tina Bream 1998 1 episode, credited as Brigid Conley Walsh
2005 NCIS Catherine Reynolds 1 episode
2005 Over There Vanessa Dumphy Main role, 11 episodes
2006 Falling in Love with the Girl Next Door Angela Television movie
2006 Standoff Karen 1 episode
2007 K-Ville Wanda 1 episode
2007–2012 Army Wives Pamela Moran Main role (seasons 1–6), 85 episodes
2010 Next Stop Murder Molly Television movie
2011 A Crush on You Charley Anderson Television movie
2011 Criminal Minds Monica Kingston 1 episode
2012 Leverage Caroline Cowan 1 episode
2013 Cult Anabelle Creusen 1 episode
2013 Longmire Agent Brooks 1 episode
2014 Grimm Sara Fisher 1 episode
2015 River Raft Nightmare Sharon Robertson Television movie; also known as Eyewitness
2015 Supernatural Rita Johnson 1 episode
2016 Major Crimes Sherry Hickman 3 episodes
2016 Underground Patty Cannon 1 episode
2016–2017 Grey's Anatomy Veronica 2 episodes
2016 His Secret Past Jennifer Television movie
2017 The Twin Ashley Television movie
2017–2018 Runaways Stacey Yorkes Main role[5]


  1. ^ Birth name according to the State of California. California Birth Index, 1905-1995. Center for Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California. At &
  2. ^ "Brigid Brannagh". Retrieved May 17, 2016.
  3. ^ a b Thomas, Rachel. "An Interview with Brigid Brannagh (Pamela, 'Army Wives')". The New York Times Company. Archived from the original on January 1, 2013. Retrieved August 13, 2012.
  4. ^ Lacey Rose (February 24, 2012). "Shonda Rhimes' 'Gilded Lilys' Fills Out Cast With 'Mad Men,' 'Homeland' Actors". The Hollywood Reporter. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved March 9, 2012.
  5. ^ Dinh, Christine (February 9, 2017). "'Marvel's Runaways' Sets Remaining Cast For Television Project With Hulu". Archived from the original on February 10, 2017. Retrieved February 9, 2017.

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