Biography: A.J. Cook grew up in Toronto, Canada. At the age of 4, she began taking ballet, tap and jazz lessons. Her first acting job was in a McDonald's commercial. By age 19, she had landed a guest role on the series Goosebumps and in two TV movies, In His Father's Shoes and Elvis Meets Nixon. Her big break came in 1999 when she was cast in The Virgin Suicides. Later that year, she won a spot on Higher Ground, but that was cancelled in 2000. Her feature film credits include: Out Cold, The House Next Door, and Final Destination 2. She is married to Nathan Anderson and lives in Los Angeles, California.
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