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Annika Marks

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Nationality USA

Annika Marks is an American actress, writer and producer.

Marks started off her career in 2001 in the short-film G Spots?. In 2002 she had a guest starring role on Law & Order: Criminal Intent as Leeza Goldman. In 2003 she had a small role in Mona Lisa Smile. In 2004, Marks starred in the independent drama, The Undeserved. She is perhaps best known for her role in the 2012 drama The Sessions alongside Helen Hunt, William H. Macy, and John Hawkes. The film received wide critical acclaim. In 2014, Marks had the lead role in the indie film Grace..

On television, Marks has the recurring role as Monte Porter in the ABC Family drama series, The Fosters. She also guest starred on Southland, NCIS: New Orleans and Battle Creek.

Best films

The Sessions (2012)
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Filmography of Annika Marks (4 films)

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Actress

Anguish
Anguish (2015)
, 1h31
Origin USA
Genres Horror
Themes Ghost films
Actors Ryan Simpkins, Annika Marks, Karina Logue, Paulina Olszynski
Roles Jessica
Rating45% 2.257882.257882.257882.257882.25788
Tess (Ryan Simpkins) is a teenage girl that has suffered for years from what appears to be mental instability, diagnosed by doctors as an identity disorder. Her mother Jessica (Annika Marks) is hoping that a move to a new home will give them both the chance to start fresh, but a series of strange events linked to Tess's supposed disorder brings about much chaos.
The Sessions, 1h35
Directed by Ben Lewin
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography, Comedy, Romance
Themes Films about writers, Medical-themed films, Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Films about disabilities, Films about virginity
Actors John Hawkes, Helen Hunt, William H. Macy, Moon Bloodgood, Adam Arkin, W. Earl Brown
Roles Amanda
Rating71% 3.598083.598083.598083.598083.59808
In Berkeley, California in 1988, Mark O'Brien is a poet who is forced to live in an iron lung due to complications from polio. Due to his condition, he has never had sex. After unsuccessfully proposing to his caretaker Amanda, and sensing he may be near death, he decides he wants to lose his virginity. After consulting his priest, Father Brendan, he gets in touch with Cheryl Cohen-Greene, a professional sex surrogate. She tells him they will have no more than six sessions together. They begin their sessions, but soon it is clear that they are developing romantic feelings for each other. Cheryl's husband, who loves her deeply, fights to suppress his jealousy, at first withholding a love poem that Mark has sent by mail to Cheryl, which she eventually finds. After several attempts, Mark and Cheryl are able to have mutually satisfying sex, but decide to cut the sessions short on account of their burgeoning feelings.
Mona Lisa Smile, 1h57
Directed by Mike Newell
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Historical, Romance
Themes Films about education, Feminist films, Peinture, Politique, Political films
Actors Julia Roberts, Kirsten Dunst, Julia Stiles, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Ginnifer Goodwin, Dominic West
Roles Art History Student
Rating66% 3.3029253.3029253.3029253.3029253.302925
In 1953, Katherine Ann Watson (Julia Roberts), a 30-year-old graduate student in the department of Art History at Oakland State, takes a position teaching "History of Art" at Wellesley College, a conservative women's private liberal arts college in Massachusetts, because she wants to make a difference and influence the next generation of women. At her first class, Katherine discovers that the girls have already memorized the entire syllabus from the textbook, so she instead uses the classes to introduce them to Modern Art and encourages spirited classroom discussions about topics such as what makes good art and what the Mona Lisa's smile means. This brings her into conflict with the conservative college president (Marian Seldes), who warns Katherine to stick to the syllabus if she wants to keep her job. Katherine comes to know many of the students in her class well and seeks to inspire them to achieve more for themselves as intelligent women than the expected convention of marriage to eligible young men. Joan Brandwyn (Julia Stiles) dreams of being a lawyer and has enrolled as pre-law, so Katherine encourages her to apply to Yale Law School, where she is accepted; Katherine finds her liberal sensibilities affronted when Joan's fiancé Tommy (Topher Grace) comments Joan "will always have that", intimating his own expectations of what his wife should be. Joan eventually elopes with Tommy, and professes to Katherine she is very happy—she had decided that what she wants most is to be a wife and mother after graduation and asks Katherine to respect her choice.