Anna Rosselli is a native of Los Angeles, California. Although Anna was considered a glee geek throughout most of her education, she didn't start acting till college. She went on to receive her MFA from UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television and was the recipient of the Estelle Harmon award. Anna has been blessed to work alongside Linda Hunt, Bob Gunton, and Jean Smart at the Center Theatre's New Works Festival, starred in the West Coast premiere of Dolls: In the Valley of Jacqueline Susann, and sang with the Kellogg Chamber Singers at the Dorothy Chandler's 39th Annual International Folk Dance Festival. Some noted directors Anna has worked with include Oscar Eustis, Landon Jr., Bob Goldsby, Peter Brosius and Tony award-winning writer, director Mel Shapiro. Anna took a hiatus from acting to spend more time with family and practice the bodyworks of Lymphatic Drainage and CranioSacral Therapy. In 2013 Anna returned to acting and can be seen in numerous commercials and indie films.