American actress Annabelle Attanasio made her name in local theater plays before moving on to the big and small screens. One of her most impressive performances was in the first and second seasons of the CBS television series Bull, where she portrayed Cable McCroy, a computer expert talented in hacking.
Annabelle Attanasio: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity
On May 11, 1992, in Los Angeles, California, USA, Annabelle Attanasio was born to executive producers Paul Attanasio and Katie Jacobs. Heel and Toe Films, the film firm her parents own, is run by them. She has two siblings, John and Grace, in the family. Her parents have always encouraged her to act professionally since she was a young child. Even when she was four years old, her mother had enrolled her in a musical theater.
After completing her studies at New York University, she enrolled at the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute.
Career: Film & Television
At a very young age, Annabelle entered the entertainment business. At the age of five, she was cast in the lead position of a local production of Annie. She appeared in more than 60 plays during her formative years. She was permitted to serve as the writer and director of the five performances under the New York University umbrella in addition to her flourishing career. She was able to develop herself as a skilled actress thanks to the chance.
She didn’t make her professional debut on television until the 2004 season of the CBS drama series Century City, where she played a little girl in a supporting role. After that, she had a respectable part in the medical drama 2009 House, which was made by her parents’ production company, Heel and Toe Films. The actress played Andrea in the 2012 short film Out of the Blue three years later.
When Annabelle was chosen to star in the short films The Swing of Things and Disposable a year later, her career reached a new high.
Later, she gained more TV show credits, including The Slap (2015) and The Knick (2015). She also made her film debut in the 2014 films Growing up and other lies, Blonde, Doorler, Changed Names, Cecile on the phone, and One Eye Small (2018).