ALEXANDRA DADDARIO (Annabeth, daughter of Athena) began her career in
2002 with her role of the victimized teen Laurie Lewis on almost four dozen episodes of the
long running daytime soap "All My Children."
After winning the signature role, the 16year-old switched high schools, opting for
PCS (Professional Childrens School), which afforded her the opportunity to continue doing
series television and pursue her education at the same time.
After leaving the daytime series in 2003, the New York City native began dividing
her time between the small screen and feature films. She made her motion picture debut in a
featured role in Noah Baumbach's acclaimed drama "The Squid and the Whale," and
appeared in the thriller "Bereavement." In between, she has appeared in such films as Ethan
Hawke's "The Hottest State," Mary Lambert's "The Attic," "The Babysitters" and Ian
Gelfand's award-winning short film "Pitch," which screened at the 2005 Cannes Film
Festival. She was seen in a featured role in "Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience."
Her series guest roles include "The Sopranos," two episodes each of "Law and Order:
Criminal Intent" and "Law & Order," "White Collar," "Conviction," "Damages" and "Life
on Mars." She also appeared opposite Edie Falco in the pilot episode of Showtime's
acclaimed new series, "Nurse Jackie."