Anna Wood first set foot on the stage at the age of 7 in a production of “Peter Pan” and she’s been acting ever since. At 18, she directed and starred in the play “Out of Gas on Lovers Leap” at the Levering Orchard Theatre near her home town of Mount Airy, North Carolina. The theater was actually in the orchard where Anna had her first job selling cherries. After graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the North Carolina School of the Arts, she moved to New York and landed roles in the feature film “Nice Guy Johnny” and on the series “Royal Pains.” Following her move to Los Angeles, she earned guest star spots on “Mad Men” and “House of Lies.” Other appearances include roles on “NCIS: Los Angeles” and “Cold Case,” on the Network, and recurring roles on “Brothers And Sisters” and “Deception.” She also played a key supporting role in the super-powered feature “Chronicle.” Wood divides her time between Los Angeles and New York and can often be found practicing guitar, piano or her newest addition…the mandolin. Her birthday is May 27. Follow her on Twitter @annawoodyall.