AnnaLynne McCord has moved from FX's Nip/Tuck to the CW's new 90210 where AnnaLynne McCord plays Naomi Clark. AnnaLynne is an American actress born in Atlanta that continues to build her resume. AnnaLynne is currently dating Kellan Lutz.
With the sexual assault and rape statistics on the rise on college campuses around the country, AnnaLynne McCord is gearing up to fight back.
After divulging her own experience with sexual abuse in Cosmopolitan magazine’s May 2014 issue, the “90210” actress has announced she’ll tour universities this fall to speak on the tremendously important topic.
Sure to surprise and please fans and admirers alike, AnnaLynne McCord of hits series "Nip/Tuck" and "90210" is coming to TNT as a long-lasting guest star on TNT's "Dallas."
TNT announced this evening (October 9) that the 26-year-old vixen will play Heather, a 20-something ranch hand with a troubled ex-husband and a 5-year-old son. Having grown up in a house with four brothers, Heather is quite capable of handling herself around the Southfork ranch hands, but when her ex-husband returns, bringing turmoil back into her life, Christopher steps in, helping Heather resolve the conflict, and the two become involved in a romantic relationship.
“90201” is 9021-over so that means AnnaLynne McCord can spend her late summer days as a fashionista/philanthropist/skydiver. On Sunday (August 18), the actress was all dolled up in Venice, California for a charity that supports sex trafficking survivors.
At the “18for18: Summer Soiree”, honoring the Somaly Mam Foundation, the 26-year-old actress helped raise more than $100,000. The charity is named after its founder, Somaly Man, a Cambodian-based sex trafficking survivor who helps empower others who’ve gone through the same ordeal.
Taking a leap for a good cause, AnnaLynne McCord went skydiving for charity on Saturday (August 17) in Santa Barbara, CA.
The “90210” cutie kept a brave face as she suited up in her blue flight gear for the big jump, which was part of "18 for 18" on behalf of the Somaly Mam Foundation, an organization that aims to raise awareness and prevent sex trafficking.