Hollywood star Anna Chlumsky had her career beginnings as a child. She came to prominence in the ’90s as the lead character of Vada Sultenfuss in My Girl. She reprised her role in the sequel My Girl 2. Her subsequent role was in the movie Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain. She then took a long break as she focused on her college life. She returned in 2007 with the movie Blood Car. She next starred in the films In the Loop and The Good Guy. At the same time, she starred in the TV film 12 Men of Christmas. In the 2010s, she became known for her role as Amy Brookheimer. She’s been playing the said role since 2012. She’s also guest-starred as Miriam Lass in Hannibal. This year, she stars as Dr. Katie Herman on Halt and Catch Fire for its fourth season.
The 37-year-old actress stays in shape by having an active lifestyle. Being a mother of two and an actress, it’s obvious she already has one. But she does more by working out as regularly as she could. During her pregnancy, it was also a challenge for the actress to get back in shape. But she was able to do so by working out. In an interview, she talked about her post-birth body. She said: “People have asked this, and I’ve gone, ‘Oh, I don’t know!’ Of course I know.
She added: “I exercised a lot while I was pregnant, I did pregnancy workout tapes five days a week, and I did pregnancy yoga once a week. I was exercising, and it was the best thing.” She also believes in the importance of exercising even during pregnancy. She said: “I really am, especially if you’re cutting out caffeine, which you really don’t have to, but if you are, you end up being so tired. Getting that oxygen, getting that blood flowing, it’s the best thing to do.”