Annie Wersching Bio, Age, Net Worth, Movies, 24, Vampire Diaries

Annie Wersching Biography

Annie Wersching was born in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. She is an American actress best known for her role as FBI Special Agent Renee Walker in the American television series 24.

Annie Wersching Age

Annie Wersching was born on March 28, 1977, in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. She is 41 years old as of 2019.

Annie Wersching Family

Wersching was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, to Sandy Wersching who was a owned a flower shop in Saint Louis, died in 2011.  And Frank Wersching Jr. who was a doctor died in 1989.

Annie Wersching Height |Annie Wersching Measurements

  • Height: 5 Feet 7 Inch
  • Weight in KG 54 KG
  • Body Measurements 36-27-34
  • Hair Color Dark-Brown

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Annie Wersching Career

Wersching started her acting career with a guest featuring on the show Star Trek: Enterprise, and moved on to guest starring roles on such shows as Charmed, Killer Instinct, Supernatural and Cold Case. From March to November 2007, she featured as the recurring role of Amelia Joffe on the ABC Daytime soap opera General Hospital. She has also worked in theaters such as Victory Gardens, Marriott Lincolnshire, and the Utah Shakespearean Festival. Wersching portrayed FBI Special Agent Renee Walker in Seasons 7 and 8 of 24.

Wersching guest starred on various shows, including CSI, NCIS, Rizzoli & Isles, Hawaii Five-0, Body of Proof, Dallas, Revolution, Castle, Blue Bloods, The Vampire Diaries and Touch (which stars her 24 co-stars  Kiefer Sutherland). In 2014, she featured in the first season of the Amazon Prime crime show Bosch. Wersching played catcher for the National League in the 2009 Taco Bell All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game.

In December 2012, it was revealed that in the PlayStation 3 exclusive The Last of Us she was the voice and mo-cap actor of the character Tess.

Annie Wersching Net Worth

Annie Wersching has an estimated net worth of $5 Million

Annie Wersching 24

Annie Wersching featured in the American television series 24 as Renee Walker. The series begins with Bauer working for the Los Angeles–based Counter Terrorist Unit, in which he is a highly proficient agent with an “ends justify the means” approach, regardless of the perceived morality of some of his actions.

Annie Wersching Vampire Diaries

The Vampire Diaries is an American supernatural teen drama television series, where she featured in as Lillian “Lily” Salvatore with a recurring role in the 17 episodes.

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Annie Wersching Charmed

In the American fantasy drama television series, Charmed Annie portrayed in as Demonatrix Two, in Episode: “A Wrong Day’s Journey Into Right”

Annie Wersching Movies





Hell’s Kitchen




Emma Whitmore



Bonnie Harris



Leslie Dean


Code Black

Katie Miller

The Catch

Karen Singh

Major Crimes

Liz Soto


The Vampire Diaries

Lillian “Lily” Salvatore



Kate Anderson



Julia Brasher


Blue Bloods

Joyce Carpenter


Femi Dodd


Body of Proof

Yvonne Kurtz


Alison Jones


Dr. Kate Gordon





Dr. Kelly Nieman


Harry’s Law

Patricia Stanhope



Jesse-Lynn Mancini

No Ordinary Family

Michelle Cotton

Rizzoli & Isles

Nicole Mateo

Hawaii Five-0

Samantha Martell


CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Dr. Priscilla Prescott


Deputy DA Gail Walsh



Renee Walker


Company Man

Kate Fisher


Susan Thompson


General Hospital

Amelia Joffe



Diana Bloom


Cold Case

Libby Bradley (1979)


Boston Legal

Ellen Tanner


Out of Practice



Killer Instinct

Cecilia Johnson






Demonatrix Two








Star Trek: Enterprise



Birds of Prey

Lynne Emerson

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Published: November 2, 2015


 Was there a special moment that led you to pursue a career as an actress?

I never really had an a-ha moment where I declared “this is what I have to do!”… it was just always what I did! As a little girl, I started performing in the school plays & musicals around 4th grade and never looked back! I did all the shows through high school and then went to Millikin University as a Musical Theatre major… which is actually a little hard to find… a school that has an actual Musical Theatre major, instead of Theatre major with a music minor or something. I do remember, however, feeling a spark after visiting Los Angeles for the first time! I suppose as a musical theatre girl I should have technically moved to NYC, but LA and the west coast was always calling to me after that! 🙂

Renee Walker was a great character on “24” and for fans, it was really hard to let her go. What did you like the most about her?

I loved Renee Walker just as much as the fans. I felt so connected to her and she felt so real to me. I loved her conflict inside. I loved her goodness, her outlook, her loyalty, her vulnerability and, of course, her ability to kick some major ass.

How did you learn about the idea of killing Renee off? And what was it like say goodbye to her and the show for that matter?

I actually knew the plans for Renee’s demise before I started Season 8. I didn’t know exactly when it would happen, but I knew it was coming. Kiefer is actually the one who broke it to me. He called to let me know that was the plan and that it would be beautiful, tragic, and heartbreaking, and that it would send his character off the deep end. It was, of course, difficult to say goodbye, but I suppose easier since I had time to get used to the idea. And at least her death had an impact; felt good I suppose to be the one to send Jack Bauer on a killing spree 🙂

On “Castle” you played Dr. Kelly Nieman. Did you know that they were planning on bringing you back? And do you like how they resolved Nieman’s storyline?

Oh, what fun it was to play Dr. Nieman! I knew the plan was to have her back for one more episode… they thought it would be towards the end of Season 6 originally, but of course, she ended up coming back in Season 7 for 2 more episodes and she brought an evil friend back with her this time! With her connection to 3XK, I don’t think there was really any other way to resolve their storyline… It was definitely time for these two deliciously evil people to get their come-up-ins… Ha! I do wish we could’ve seen more of the actual scalpel fight between her and Beckett…that would have been fun 🙂
You play Julia Brasher on “Bosch”. Did you feel any pressure portraying her since the show is based on Michael Connelly’s books and already had a fan base?
No pressure for me actually! I’m sure Titus felt some in the beginning but Brasher was only in one of Connelly’s books, so there was certainly less of an expectation for how she should be portrayed. And the fact that we already had a fan base was amazing actually! Most new shows struggle and hope they find a strong fan base and we knew if anything we’d certainly have a ton of Michael’s book fans tuning in to see the show… so that was fantastic!
The line between online and broadcast television seems to be completely blurred now. As an actor, do you make any distinction between the two?
You’re right about that; the line seems pretty much completely gone. As an actor now you just want to find the best writing, wherever that may be… and it could be anywhere nowadays!

 How does one prepare for a role on a fantasy show like “Vampire Diaries” esp. in comparison to more reality shows?
For me, the prep is exactly the same. Whether I’m hanging out and attacking someone or having a super realistic scene in the actual Hollywood police department bullpen I try to find the truth for the character and make her as realistic as I can. Certainly, sometimes it seems easier to accomplish that in a more realistic show, but I enjoy the challenge of trying to make the heightened and somewhat insane seem real.
What one thing about “The Vampire Diaries” would people not know?
They might not know that our Salvatore mansion isn’t really two stories. All the rooms are on the same level (but on 4 different sets) and then there’s a staircase set… in case someone needs to look like they are going up or coming down the stairs, but they don’t actually lead anywhere! Also, no one in the world eats more apples and spinach than Ian Somerhalder.
So Lily has her two families together in Mystic Falls now, since she got her heretics back and has the chance to reconcile with her children. What can we expect from Lily this season?

In Lily’s perfect world, her heretic family and Enzo and her biological sons would all be one big happy family co-existing and living together. But of course, Mystic Falls is not a perfect world and Lily will not be getting her way… if she did there would be no conflict and no show! Ha! We will learn a lot more about why Lily has done some of the things she’s done (or not done) and why it appears she does not love her children as she should. She’s at the peak of evil mommy villain status right now, but hang on… we will learn more!
 In your opinion what is it about Enzo that appeals to Lily so much that she seems to care more about him than her own children Stefan and Damon?

I think Enzo originally was a lost soul that she wanted to help as she did for so many others, but there is something about him that makes him different from both her heretic “children” and her biological children. Honestly, I’m not sure Lily even knows what exactly it is about him that makes him fall somewhere in between, but there will be some major developments in this department. Stay tuned.

After Malcolm being killed off in the season opener, will Enzo take his role as Lily’s favorite now? Or do you think Lily won’t be able to fully trust him?

At the end of Episode 1, Lily is definitely ready and anxious for Enzo to pick a side, and obviously, she is hoping he picks hers. With Malcolm’s death, there are quite a few developments and Enzo does quickly pick the right side, but it is for a reason she did not see coming! Lily is slightly blinded by a love that she feels for someone else in her past.

You are quite active on social media (btw. love your behind-the-scenes pics)! What draws you the most to use Instagram or Twitter to share professional and private details of your life?

The pictures are what I love the most about Instagram and Twitter.I am an avid picture-taker (clearly!) and I love sharing photos with fans. I don’t share too many from my personal life (besides St. Louis Cardinals pics!) but I’m pretty sure I annoy everyone on set taking photos all the time so that I can share a little slice of our filming life with the fans who love the show and characters so much. It’s just so fun! I must’ve been a photographer in a past life or something!

Imagine time travel was possible: What advice would you give your younger self from 2005?

Wow. So many things. I’d tell myself to get my act together sooner! Figure out the truly important stuff in life faster! Have kids sooner so that my mom could’ve been a Grandma for longer… I know, I know… bringing the room down, but it’s true. Sometimes you don’t understand the big stuff in life until you’ve gone through it…I would try to make my younger self a little more aware of what’s coming and to have her cherish every. single. thing. Oh. And moisturize and drink more water.

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