Annabelle Gurwitch's acting talents were showcased on the big screen many times throughout the course of her Hollywood career. Gurwitch's acting career began mostly with her roles in various films, such as "Bright Lights, Big City" (1988) with Michael J. Fox, the Mariel Hemingway drama "The Suicide Club" (1988) and the Uma Thurman thriller "Kiss Daddy Good Night" (1988). She also appeared in "Pizza Man" (1991) and the Michael J. Fox comedy "Life With Mikey" (1993). She worked in television in her early acting career as well, including a part on "Not Necessarily the News" (HBO, 1982-83). She kept working in film throughout the nineties, starring in "Shut Yer Mouth!" (1995), "Three Wishes" (1995) with Patrick Swayze and "The Cable Guy" (1996) with Jim Carrey. She also appeared in "Intimate Betrayal" (1996). In her more recent career, she continued to act in the dramatic adaptation "Pollock" (2000) with Ed Harris, the comedy "Teddy Bear's Picnic" (2002) with Howard Hesseman and the comedy "The 4th Tenor" (2002) with Rodney Dangerfield. She also appeared in the drama "Manfast" (2003) with Lala Sloatman and the Eddie Murphy box office smash comedy "Daddy Day Care" (2003). Gurwitch most recently acted in the dramatic adaptation "Atlas Shrugged Part One" (2011) with Taylor Schilling.