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Wersching made her television debut in an episode of ''Star Trek: Enterprise'', on which her ''24'' season seven co-stars [[John Billingsley]] and [[Connor Trinneer]] were regulars. The show was also produced by current ''24'' producers [[Manny Coto]] and [[Brannon Braga]]. She also made guest star appearances in ''Frasier'', ''Angel'', ''Charmed'', ''E-Ring'' (with [[Benjamin Bratt]] and [[Dennis Hopper]]), ''Cold Case'', ''Boston Legal'' (with [[Michelle Forbes]], [[Kathleen Wilhoite]] and [[Clyde Kusatsu]]), ''Supernatural'', and ''Journeyman'' (with [[Reed Diamond]] and [[Kris Iyer]]). Before being cast on ''24'', she was a regular on the soap opera ''General Hospital''.
 
Wersching made her television debut in an episode of ''Star Trek: Enterprise'', on which her ''24'' season seven co-stars [[John Billingsley]] and [[Connor Trinneer]] were regulars. The show was also produced by current ''24'' producers [[Manny Coto]] and [[Brannon Braga]]. She also made guest star appearances in ''Frasier'', ''Angel'', ''Charmed'', ''E-Ring'' (with [[Benjamin Bratt]] and [[Dennis Hopper]]), ''Cold Case'', ''Boston Legal'' (with [[Michelle Forbes]], [[Kathleen Wilhoite]] and [[Clyde Kusatsu]]), ''Supernatural'', and ''Journeyman'' (with [[Reed Diamond]] and [[Kris Iyer]]). Before being cast on ''24'', she was a regular on the soap opera ''General Hospital''.
   
After her departure of ''24'', Wersching guest starred in ''CSI: Crime Scene Investigation'' (with [[Larry Sullivan]]), ''NCIS'' (with [[Pauley Perrette]] and [[Jamie McShane]]), ''No Ordinary Family'' (with [[Ricky Schroder]]), ''Rizzoli and Isles'' (with [[Maximilian Martini]]), ''Hawaii Five-0'' (with [[Daniel Dae Kim]]) and appeared in the two-part episode of ''Body of Proof'' (with [[Richard Burgi]]).
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After her departure of ''24'', Wersching guest starred in ''CSI: Crime Scene Investigation'' (with [[Larry Sullivan]]), ''NCIS'' (with [[Jamie McShane]]), ''No Ordinary Family'' (with [[Ricky Schroder]]), ''Rizzoli and Isles'' (with [[Maximilian Martini]]), ''Hawaii Five-0'' (with [[Daniel Dae Kim]]) and appeared in the two-part episode of ''Body of Proof'' (with [[Richard Burgi]]).
   
 
In spring of 2013, she had guest starred with [[Kiefer Sutherland]] on ''Touch''. The episode she appeared in was directed by [[Nelson McCormick]] and featured fellow ''24'' actors [[Greg Ellis]], [[Scott Klace]], [[Paul Vincent O'Connor]] and Jamie McShane. She also played [[Billy Burke]]'s former love interest on NBC's ''Revolution'' (with [[Leslie Hope]] and [[Gary Weeks]]). That year, Wersching also had recurring roles on TNT's ''Dallas'' (with [[Glenn Morshower]] and [[Faran Tahir]]) and ABC's ''Castle'' (with [[Stana Katic]] and [[Penny Johnson Jerald]]).
 
In spring of 2013, she had guest starred with [[Kiefer Sutherland]] on ''Touch''. The episode she appeared in was directed by [[Nelson McCormick]] and featured fellow ''24'' actors [[Greg Ellis]], [[Scott Klace]], [[Paul Vincent O'Connor]] and Jamie McShane. She also played [[Billy Burke]]'s former love interest on NBC's ''Revolution'' (with [[Leslie Hope]] and [[Gary Weeks]]). That year, Wersching also had recurring roles on TNT's ''Dallas'' (with [[Glenn Morshower]] and [[Faran Tahir]]) and ABC's ''Castle'' (with [[Stana Katic]] and [[Penny Johnson Jerald]]).
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