December 18, 1980
English actress Anna Walton is best known for her roles in "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" as well on the TV series "Crusoe." Born in 1980 in London, Walton attended the prestigious Oxford School of Drama and worked as a model before beginning her professional acting career. Walton's first onscreen role was on the crime-themed TV movie "Bright Hair" in 1997. She followed it a year later with an appearance in the miniseries "Out of Hours." Walton took a long hiatus from acting in 1999, and returned in 2007 as a bloodsucking siren in the horror flick "Vampire Diary." Later that same year she starred as a mob moll in the gangster drama "A Girl and A Gun," which led to her being cast in the 2008 superhero sequel "Hellboy II: The Golden Army"; she played a princess fighting for the future of humanity alongside Ron Perlman's Hellboy. In 2008, Walton joined the cast of the NBC series "Crusoe" as Susannah Crusoe, the wife of the castaway of the title.