Bridget Regan

The actress began her career in theater at a young age before transitioning to television in 2006, notably appearing in the crime series New York Criminal Section. This early screen experience led to a recurring role in The Black Donnellys, a drama centered on four Irish brothers in New York's underworld. She continued her television journey with appearances in American productions such as Six Degrees, exploring connections between strangers. Her film debut came with The Babysitters, a dark tale of teenage entanglements.
In 2008, she joined the cast of the Fox show New Amsterdam and appeared in the film adaptation of Sex and the City. That same year, she gained wider recognition as Kahlan Amnell in the adventure series Legend of the Seeker: The Sword of Truth, based on Terry Goodkind’s novel, which ran for two seasons.
Returning to film in 2010, she starred in the comedy The Best and the Brightest and expanded her television resume with roles in NCIS: Los Angeles, Person of Interest, and Perception. She also explored different genres with appearances in the western The Frontier and the drama Murder in Manhattan, although both pilots were unsuccessful. She later appeared in CW’s Beauty and the Beast and joined the sixth season of Sons of Anarchy as an escort.
Regan's career continued to flourish with a significant role in the fifth season of FBI: Very Special Duo as Rebecca Lowe, captivating the attention of Neal Caffrey, a consultant for the FBI. In 2014, she starred in the action-packed thriller John Wick alongside Keanu Reeves and Willem Dafoe. Concurrently, she portrayed Rose in the CW's Jane the Virgin, a former lawyer defending a doctor accused of misconduct.

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