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Whitney Anderson

Whitney Anderson

Whitney Anderson is an American actress, producer, director, and writer.

In 2011, she played Connie's Daughter (credited as Young Woman) in the Showtime series DEXTER.

Appearances[]

Season Six:

Career[]

Film

Her film credits include roles in Rusty (2019); Imperilment (2018); Anywhere With You (2018); Negative (2017); The Lady Killers (2017); Un Cuento de Circo & A Love Song (2016); American Poltergeist 3 (2015); Toolbox Murders 2 (2013); Hero of the Day (2012); Shuffle (2011); Alyce Kills (2011); The Godmother (2011); Pimpin' Pee Wee (2009); Hollywood, je t'aime (2009); Bald (2008); Zombie Strippers! (2008); Brutal (2007 Video); Shoot the Moon (1996); Prehysteria! 3 (1995 Video); and A Pig's Tale (1994 Video).

TV Movies

Her TV movies include The Clueless (2018); Advance & Retreat (2016); and Tips (2010).

Shorts

Her shorts include The Real King Lear (2018); Yuletide (2018; The End to Political Correctness (2017); Boulevard of Unspoken Dreams (2016); Kythera (2016); Love, Sex and Promotions (2013); Appearances (2011); Big Date (2011); Television The Sister (2009); Shatter the Silence (2008); and Shatter the Silence (2008).

Television

Her TV credits include appearances on The Code; The WiseGuys; Masters of Sex; South Beach; Rizzoli & Isles; Crash; NCIS: Los Angeles; Bones; Aliens in America; CSI: NY; The Singles Table; Veronica Mars; Pepper Dennis; Ghost Whisperer; Oliver Beene; CSI: Miami; The O'Keefes; Undressed; Hang Time; and Evening Shade.

Personal Life[]

Whitney was born in St. Louis, Missouri, but soon after she and her family moved to Minnesota. After spending her early childhood years there, they relocated to Manhattan Beach, California. Later, she enrolled at the University of Southern California (USC) where she earned a degree in theater & broadcast journalism. [1]

Trivia[]

  • She enjoys dancing and participating in improv shows.
  • She is also a singer-songwriter and has performed at various venues in Los Angeles.

References[]

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