Long before Anna Gunn played the worrisome wife of Walter White on "Breaking Bad," she had a career in theater, television, film and even as a voice actress. She rose to fame playing the jealous and perplexed Martha Bullock on HBO's "Deadwood" (2005). Before that, Gunn made television appearances on "Seinfeld" (1993), "ER" (1999) and "Six Feet Under" (2004). The New Mexico native also starred in films alongside Angelina Jolie in "Without Evidence" (1995) and beside Jon Voight in "Enemy of the State" (1998). Her voice can be heard in the "Legacy of Kain" video game series as the character Ariel. She's pictured above left in the 1996 Taper play "Hysteria."
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