Annabeth Gish

Annabeth Gish

Highest Rated: 79% Beautiful Girls (1996)

Lowest Rated: 0% Term Life (2016)

Birthday: Mar 13, 1971

Birthplace: Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

Though actress Annabeth Gish is not, as has frequently been reported, related to silent-film legend Lillian Gish (she is decidedly not the never-married Lillian's granddaughter!), Annabeth does have one thing in common with her famous namesake: she began acting at a very early age, and achieved film stardom before she was 20. Born in Albuquerque, Annabeth moved to Cedar Falls, Iowa, when her college-professor dad accepted a position there. From age eight onward, Gish was active in local community and children's theatre; by the time she was 11, she was a professional model. Her first film appearance was in 1986's Desert Bloom, in which, as a troubled preteen plagued by family squabbles and nuclear testing, she all but stole the show. Gish's career went into Drive when she starred in the cult favorite Mystic Pizza, though when the film is now shown on television, the supporting appearance of Julia Roberts is the focus of ad-campaign attention. A most attractive young lady, Gish scored as one of four beautiful vacationing teens in 1988's Shag (her screen chums were Phoebe Cates, Bridget Fonda and Paige Hannah). In 1993, Annabeth Gish briefly interrupted her film career to earn a BA in English; within a year, she was back at work in the theatrical film Wyatt Earp and the made-for-TV Scarlet. In 1997, Gish appeared alongside Angelina Jolie and Dana Delaney for a starring role in the TV movie True Women; however, she would find more significant success on the small screen in 2001, when she joined the cast of The X-Files to play feisty FBI Agent Monica Reyes. Gish and Robert Patrick effectively became the lead characters during the show's 8th and 9th seasons, though ratings indicated that their onscreen chemistry couldn't compete with that of Duchnovy and Anderson, who had become beloved as the characters of Mulder and Scully. In 2006, Gish took on the starring role of Eileen Caffee in Brotherhood, a drama from Showtime, and joined the cast of A&E's TV miniseries Stephen King's Bag of Bones in 2011, and played a therapist with demons of her own in ABC's Pretty Little Liars the same year.


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Butter Dr. Jennice 2020
No Score Yet The Warrant Actor 2020
No Score Yet The Warrant Actor 2020
77% Nightmare Cinema Actor 2019
59% Charlie Says Actor 2019
23% Rim of the World Actor 2019
20% All Summers End Actor 2018
No Score Yet A Father's Nightmare Actor 2018
63% Before I Wake Natalie 2018
0% Term Life Lucy $13.5K 2016
No Score Yet Home Run Showdown Michelle Hauck $9.3K 2012
No Score Yet A Mother's Nightmare Maddie Stewart 2012
37% Texas Killing Fields Gwen Heigh $45.8K 2011
No Score Yet Commerce Actor 2011
29% The Chaperone Lynne 2011
No Score Yet The Front Sykes 2010
No Score Yet Patricia Cornwell's At Risk Sykes 2010
No Score Yet An American Girl: Chrissa Stands Strong Actor 2009
No Score Yet Of Murder and Memory (Murder on Her Mind) Actor 2008
No Score Yet Candles on Bay Street Lydia Timmons 2006
No Score Yet Stephen King's 'Desperation' Mary Jackson 2006
No Score Yet Mojave Phone Booth Beth 2006
4% The Celestine Prophecy Julia $1.1M 2006
No Score Yet The Detective Cynthia Ernst 2005
No Score Yet Sex, Love and Lies Greta 2004
No Score Yet Life on Liberty Street Denise DeFlore 2004
No Score Yet Masterpiece Theatre's American Collection Mary Follet 2003
No Score Yet A Death in the Family Mary Follet 2002
No Score Yet The Way She Moves Amie 2001
71% Race to Space Donni McGuinness 2001
No Score Yet The Pursuit of Happiness Marissa Kiley 2001
No Score Yet Buying the Cow Nicole 2000
27% Double Jeopardy Angela Green 1999
No Score Yet Sealed with a Kiss, (Longfellow Bridge) Actor 1999
No Score Yet God's New Plan Claire Hutton 1999
No Score Yet No Higher Love Actor 1999
No Score Yet Sealed with a Kiss Robbie 1999
63% SLC Punk Trish 1998
12% Steel Lt. Sparks 1997
No Score Yet True Women Euphemia 1997
No Score Yet Entangled Actor 1997
No Score Yet Don't Look Back Michelle 1996
63% The Last Supper Paulie 1996
79% Beautiful Girls Tracy Stover 1996
74% Nixon Julie Nixon 1995
44% Wyatt Earp Urilla Sutherland 1994
No Score Yet Scarlett Actor 1994
No Score Yet Silent Cries Hazel Hampton 1993
No Score Yet Lady Against the Odds Sylvia Raffray 1992
No Score Yet The Last to Go Lydia 1991
0% Coupe de Ville Tammy 1990
63% Shag Caroline "Pudge" Carmichael 1989
78% Mystic Pizza Kat Arujo 1988
33% Hiding Out Ryan Campbell 1987
64% Desert Bloom Rose Chismore 1986


100% Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists
87% Sons of Anarchy
Sheriff Althea Jarry 2019
81% Pretty Little Liars
Dr. Anne Sullivan Anne Sullivan 2019
75% The X-Files
Monica Reyes 2018
78% Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Carolyn Rivers 2017
90% Halt and Catch Fire
Diane Gould 2017
No Score Yet @midnight With Chris Hardwick
Panelist 2016
No Score Yet Code Black
Geraldine Lithwick 2016
8% Betrayal
Violet 2014
88% The Bridge (FX)
Charlotte 2014
80% Once Upon a Time
Anita 2012
No Score Yet CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Laura Gabriel 2012
70% Against the Wall
78% Lie to Me
Ilene 2011
21% Stephen King's Bag of Bones
Jo Noonan 2011
No Score Yet Criminal Minds
Rebecca 2010
80% FlashForward
Lita 2010
79% Brotherhood
Eileen Caffee 2008
75% The West Wing
Elizabeth Bartlet Westin Elizabeth B. Westin 2006
No Score Yet CSI: Miami
Wendy Decker 2004
No Score Yet Chicago Hope
Amy Peletier 1996
17% Courthouse
Lenore Laderman


John Henry Irons says: What is this? (Holding up a large sledge hammer)

John Henry Irons says: What is this? [holding up a large sledge hammer]

Susan Sparks says: A man name 'John Henry' needs to have a hammer.

Uncle Joe says: I did the metal work and I especially like the shaft.