Annabel’s career has spanned a few decades and many parts of Canada. Most recently she was seen at the Persephone Theatre in Saskatoon in Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike. Over the last few years she’s appeared in the Vancouver Playhouse production of La Cage Aux Folles, Peninsula Productions’ Blithe Spirit (playing Madame Arcati), the Winnipeg Studio Theatre production of My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding, and Henry and Alice: Into the Wild at Theatre Northwest.
She has also appeared in numerous Arts Club Theatre productions including My Fair Lady, Evita, Private Lives, Coward Cabaret, The Thing About Men and Dinner With Friends. Other productions include the role of Anna in The King and I (Richmond Gateway), A Little Night Music (Vancouver Playhouse), Dads, the Musical (Richmond Gateway), A Streetcar Named Desire (Theatre Northwest), and Mom’s The Word (Belfry Theatre).
She is a recipient of two Jessie Richardson Awards, for Aunt Dan and Lemon and more recently for her performance in The Elephant Man. Film and television appearances include Arrow, If I Stay, Married Life, The L Word, The Client List, Smallville and Jumanji. She is also a certified 500 hour Yoga instructor. Annabel trained at Studio 58 and is a member of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association. Annabel lives in Kerrisdale with her partner Barry and two grown sons who come and go (boomerang generation) and her spectacularly beautiful Golden Doodle, Tosca, who was named for her favorite opera, not a brand of artichokes!