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Abigail Hawk is an American actress. She was born as Abigail Diane Gustafson as a daughter of Robert and Diane Gustafson in Marietta in the US state of Georgia. From 1996 to 2000 at the North Springs High School she gets training for acting.
She first works as the anchor in TV show 'Reality Check' alongside Ryan Seacrest and John Aaron Benett. Abigail Baker was her significant role in the Police drama TV series 'Blue Blood' which released on 2010.
Abigail Hawk is an American actress. She was born as Abigail Diane Gustafson as a daughter of Robert and Diane Gustafson in Marietta in the US state of Georgia. She took acting training at her young age. She passed her high school graduation from North Springs High School in Marietta, Georgia.
After the completion of the degree in theater, in 1995 she starred as the lead role in the series ‘Reality Check’ alongside talented actors; Ryan Seacrest and John Aaron Bennett. After the film ‘The Unidentified’ in 2008, in 2010 she played the lead character as ‘Maria Macabre’ in short film ‘The Tragedy of Maria Macabre.' She has also appeared in hit series ‘Body of Proof’, one of the episodes of the 2012 series ‘Are We There Yet? Featured by her. As segment director, she has appeared at The Peter Austin Noto Show.
She gets married after a long-term relationship with her boyfriend Bryan Spies in April 2009 together they have one son. Previously engaged in March 2009. Her wedding ceremony is carried out in Roswell; wedding reception organized in Davenport. The couple currently lives a happy life on Long Island.
Abigail and her husband, Bryan at Roxy Hotel in 2015.
Her earning accumulates from her career as an actress. Her net worth is unknown till now; annual salary not estimated.
In 2007 she acted in the movie Across the Universe, in 2008 she acted The Unidentified which became hit. In 2010 she done a short movie named The Tragedy of Maria Macabre.
From 1995 to 2015 she performed in some series called Reality Check(with an unknown number of episodes), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Blue Bloods-Crime Scene New York, Are We There Yet? And much more.