Audrey Marie Anderson
Audrey Marie Anderson is an actress who is most known for her role as Kim Brown on the David Mamet-created war-drama, "The Unit. " Anderson's first television role came in a cameo, as a police officer on the original version of the hit primetime drama "Beverly Hills, 90210." With only one other TV appearance through the remainder of the 1990s, in 2000 Anderson landed a substantial part on the family romance "Once and Again," which starred Sela Ward and Bill Campbell as divorcees who come together in courtship. Anderson played Carla Aldrich on 10 episodes of the show. Through the mid-2000s, Anderson had multiple-episode parts on such series as the drama "Still Life" and the mystery-thriller "Point Pleasant," before landing her career-making role in 2006 as Kim Brown, the wife of Sergeant First Class Bob Brown on the CBS series "The Unit," which ran four-seasons between 2006 and 2009. The show dramatized counterterrorism through the lens of the secret-operative Delta Force. After the series ended, Anderson appeared in a similar genred-show in 2010, the crime-drama "NCIS: Los Angeles."