Annie was also so much into dancing therefore she learn Irish dance and she joined St.Louis Celtic Stepdancers for her education in the dancing.She will keep on giving brilliant performances in future as well and her fans will love her more.After all the paparazzi she has faced and after all the success she has enjoyed, she is still very down to earth and humble human being. She was born in the year 1977 on 28th of March and this makes her age 38 at this time. Louis, which lies in Missouri of United States of America.It’s not every day that a soap opera regular – and sci-fi guest star – turns in her soft focus lighting for a chance to hang with all-around superdude Jack Bauer, but actress Annie Wersching did exactly that when she signed on to play the tough but vulnerable FBI Agent Renee Walker on this season of Fox’s terror drama “24.” Bullz-Eye caught up with Wersching to talk about the show’s placement in our Spring 2009 TV Power Rankings, Kiefer Sutherland’s masochistic side, the pros and cons of wearing one outfit for an entire season, and her love for the Cardinals. But I was a dancer growing up, so I took to [the fight sequences] pretty easily, but yeah, it was fun.
Wersching played catcher for the National League in the 2009 Taco Bell All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game. BE: Were you a fan of the show before signing on to play Agent Walker? BE: How much weapons and field training did you have before shooting began? I’d seen every episode of every season going way, way back, so yes. BE: Was there a palpable sense of urgency on the set, the feeling that this season had to be great in order to make up for the previous one? You know, I think, combined with having a little bit longer to film this season, I think that helped us with having a little something to prove after Season Six.: "[They were] on a double date with Ben Mc Kenzie and Shelley Hennig.Annie Wershing is an American actress who was born in March 28, 1977.
She belongs to the nationality American and it is quite obvious as she was born in America.