Agnes Bruckner (born August 16 1985) is an American film and television actress. She began acting on television in the late 1990s and has since appeared in several Hollywood films, including 2007's Blood and Chocolate.
Bruckner was born in Hollywood, California to a Hungarian father and a Russian mother who have since divorced; her paternal grandfather was German. Her parents met in Hungary and immigrated to the U.S. in 1984 through a refugee camp in Italy. She has two sisters and a brother.
Bruckner speaks some Russian and is fluent in Hungarian, having grown up speaking the language. She has been involved in dance, ballet, and tap since the age of five and initially wanted to pursue a career as a dancer. At the age of 8, Bruckner worked as a child model at the suggestion of her mother, and also appeared in a beauty pageant. Bruckner grew up in Los Feliz, Los Angeles, California and then lived in Portland, Oregon from age five to 10. She returned with her family to Los Angeles to...
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Venom is a 2005 voodoo horror film starring Agnes Bruckner, Jonathan Jackson, Laura Ramsey, Meagan Good, DJ Cotrona, and Method Man. The movie marks the re-teaming of Kevin Williamson, creator of Scream, and director Jim Gillespie from I Know What You Did Last Summer.
Venom follows the story of several teenagers lost in the bayous of Louisiana trying to escape a mysterious evil.
A good Samaritan becomes the victim of voodoo spells in this horror story produced by Scream screenwriter Kevin Williamson. When an aged Creole woman is caught in a car wreck in a remote section of Louisiana, Ray (Rick Cramer), the owner of a nearby filling station, speeds to the scene of the accident to help. However, Ray doesn't know that the woman is a voodoo practitioner and that her vehicle holds a case full of magic talismans in the form of poisonous snakes (hence the title). The magical spirits lead Ray to an unexpected death, and then they take over his body, turning him into a bloodthirsty zombie...,
Blue Car is a 2002 drama film directed and written by Karen Moncrieff. It was her first film that she had directed and written.A gifted 18-year-old named Megan has been abandoned by her father and soon neglected by her mother. Her mother has been working hard and long lately because she needs the money to support herself and children. Her dad doesn't pay child support often which causes money problems.Lily, Meg's younger sister, has seriously disturbed mental problems, and we find out that she has been starving herself because she wants to become an angel. At the hospital, Lily finally kills herself by jumping out of a hospital window as she tries to "fly". Meg continues to find solace in her English teacher, who claims he is passionate about writing his novel. Her English teacher becomes a comfort and a father figure to her through Meg's troubled times, and finally he encourages her to join a poetry contest.A relationship soon develops between Meg and her teacher, and soon she allows...,
Home Room is an independent film starring Erika Christensen, Busy Philipps and Victor Garber. It premiered in the Taos Talking Picture Festival on 12 April 2002, and made its limited theatrical release on 5 September 2003.A school massacre leaves nine students dead and one student named Deanna Cartwright (played by Christensen) seriously injured. The shooter himself is dead, shot by police during the confrontation after the actual shooting, and the only witness (and possible suspect) is Alicia Browning (played by Philipps), a Goth student who is now under the attention of the detective in charge of the case, Det. Martin Van Zandt (played by Garber).The school principal asks Alicia to visit Deanna in the hospital. Right away, their differences are evident. Alicia is an outsider from a single-parent family who shuns the society that similarly shuns her, while Deanna is from a wealthy family, gets good grades and is popular with her classmates.At first, Deanna seems upbeat and cheerful...,
Agnes Bruckner was born in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California
The Woods is a film directed by Lucky McKee. A psychological horror story set in 1965, the plot is about an all-girls private school which deals with the mysterious incident in the woods that surround the school.