Anne

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Anne
Anne

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Portrayed by Sharon Acker
Anne is a Cylon
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Anne is the secretary of Mr. Brooks at the United Broadcasting Company who comports herself in a rather abrasive manner.

Upon first meeting Jamie Hamilton, Anne tells her bluntly that other women are up for the on-air reporter position. Upon receiving a call for Hamilton from the police station, and from overhearing the conversation, she calls Brooks to the office, believing there may be a problem. However, a second phone call from Dr. Donald Mortinson comes to Anne's surprise, and Anne is ultimately responsible for bringing Brooks to the office while Hamilton is on the phone (Galactica Discovers Earth, Part I).

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In the novelization by Michael Resnick, this character is named Miss Davenport[1] and is Dana Anderson's secretary. Davenport is just as abrasive and blunt to Jamie Hamilton as her canonical analogue is to Hamilton in the 1980 pilot.[2]

References

  1. Resnick, Michael (1981). Battlestar Galactica 5: Galactica Discovers Earth. Berkley Books, p. 157.
  2. Ibid., pgs. 49-50