Who is Annie Murphy? Age, Height, Bio, Movies, Kids, Husband, & Net Worth
Quick Facts of Anne Frances Murphy
|Full Name||Anne Frances Murphy|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Date of Birth||19 December, 1986|
|Birthplace||Ottawa, Ontario, Canada|
|Spouse||Menno Versteeg (2011 - present)|
|Height||5' 7" (1.7 m)|
Annie Murphy is a Canadian actress. She is prominent for her role as Alexis Rose in CBC’s Schitt’s Creek for which Murphy won a Primetime Emmy Award.
Short Biography of Annie Murphy
Murphy is 33 years old as of now. She was born on December 19, 1986, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Both of her parents worked as teachers. Talking about her height, Murphy is 5 ft and 7 in (1.7 m) tall.
Annie attended the Elmwood School in Ottawa. She enrolled at Queen’s University for a year before obtaining a degree in theatre performance from Concordia University. The 33-year-old also trained at the Canadian Film Centre Actors’ Conservatory.
Annie Murphy Net Worth
Murphy has a net worth of $3 million, as per Celebrity Net Worth. She made her acting debut in 2007 wih the crime-thriller television film Lethal Obsession.
The Emmy-winning actress had guest-appearance in numerous television series such as Blue Mountain State, Against the Wall, Beauty & the Beast, Good God, and Rookie Blue.
The 33-year-old co-created and starred in the 2015 web series The Plateaus. For her performance in the show, Murphy earned a nomination at the 2016 Canadian Screen Awards.
Most recently, Annie won her first Emmy award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Sh earned the Emmy for her portrayal of Alexis Rose in the Canadian television sitcom Schitt’s Creek.
Who is Annie Murphy’s husband?
Murphy married Canadian musician Menno Versteeg on August 20, 2011. Menno is best known as the frontman of Hollerado, a indie rock group.
Annie along with her husband, Versteeg, and designer Anne Douris, was nominated for a 2014 JUNO Award for Hollerado’s “White Paint”. Menno and Annie do not have any kids as of now.
In 2013, the couple lost their apartment in a fire; luckily both escaped uninjured. “We lost basically everything. My husband and I had been at my parents’ cottage for the weekend so we didn’t have much with us. We lived with my husband’s parents for months. But also we learned how stuff is just stuff. It’s replaceable,” Murphy told the Newsday.