Brigid Brannagh is an American actress best known for her starring role as Pamela Moran in the television drama series Army Wives, since 2007.
Brannagh is one of nine children and was born and raised in San Francisco. She has been acting since 1988. She was a series regular on CSI, Kindred: The Embraced and Legacy, and had recurring roles on Brooklyn South and Angel, among others.
She was a series regular on FX's critically acclaimed Steven Bochco series Over There.
Brannagh has also guest starred on many television shows, including Cold Case, Without a Trace, 24, ER, Star Trek Enterprise, Charmed, Dharma and Greg, Roar, Sliders and NYPD Blue. She also starred in the Lifetime Original Movie, Acceptance.
Her feature film credits include the independent film Life Without Dick, starring Harry Connick Jr. and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Brannagh resides in Los Angeles with her husband.