- Faith: Christian
- Career: Actress
- Birthday: October 28, 1952
- Fun Fact:
Potts said she always loved church as a child.
Anne Hampton Potts, professionally known as Annie Potts, is an actress. Potts has starred in films like “Corvette Summer,” “Heartaches,” “Ghostbusters,” “Ghostbusters II,” and “Who’s Harry Crumb?” Potts also voiced Bo Peep in three of the four “Toy Story” franchise films. On the television front, Potts has starred in “Designing Women,” “Love & War,” “The Fosters,” “Young Sheldon,” and “GCB.”
Is Annie Potts religious?
Annie Potts is a Presbyterian Christian. Potts said, “We were raised Presbyterian. My parents said we were real Presbyterians because they believed in everything, which meant it was okay to drink. We went to church every Sunday. I always loved church.” She grew up in Nashville, Tennessee, the third child of Dorthy Harris and Powell Grisette Potts. Potts attended Stephens College in Missouri and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Theater.
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