Date of Birth : Jul 21st 1987
AnnaLynne McCord was born on July 21, 1987 in a small suburb outside of Atlanta into a conservative family with two sisters (Angel and Rachel), they continue to be a prominent source of inspiration in her life and career. McCord knew from a young age that she wanted to be an actress, starring in plays at her community theatre at the age of nine. After graduating from high school with honors at the tender age of 15, she went to the agency AMTC, landed a contract, and moved to Miami to pursue her dream of acting.
While working at the Wilhelmina Modeling Agency, McCord began auditioning on the side and landed a role in the opening scene of the feature film, Transporter 2 – while it was merely a cameo she fell in love with acting and wanted to continue to pursue her dream. Within the span of two years, McCord eventually moved to New York City, became a client of Frontier Booking, and enrolled at William Esper Studio to study the Meisner Technique. She then moved to Los Angeles, where she quickly landed the lead role in the remake of the classic horror film, Day of the Dead.