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Abigail Hawk (born Abigail Diane Gustafson; May 4, 1985 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American actress known for playing Samantha Bonner in the 1995 television series Reality Check, Detective Abigail Baker in Blue Bloods (2010–present), and Ellie in Almost Paris.

Actress Abigail Hawk first came to attention when she landed the role of Tom Selleck's loyal aide, Detective Abigail Baker, in hit crime series "Blue Bloods" (CBS, 2010- ). Born Abigail Gustafson in Chicago, Hawk made her on-screen debut as Samantha Bonner, one of two children who discover an inventor trapped inside a special computer, in educational series "Reality Check" (Syndication, 1995). After graduating from the UMD School of Theatre, Dance and Performance in Studies in 2004, Hawk guested as a paramedic in an episode of long-running procedural spin-off "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC, 1999-), played a flower child in Julie Taymor's divisive Beatles-based musical fantasy "Across the Universe" (2007), and appeared as Sara in "The Unidentified" (2008), a mumblecore romance which explored the relationship between an idealistic New York journalist and an elusive artist. Hawk landed her first recurring role in 2010 when she was cast as Frank's assistant, Detective Abigail Baker, in the police procedural "Blue Bloods" (CBS, 2010-). During her stint on the show, Hawk also played Jenny Avery, a woman accused of stealing her murdered father's casino winnings, in an episode of medical drama "Body of Proof "(ABC, 2011-13), before adding family sitcom "Are We There Yet?" (TBS, 2010-13) to her list of guest spots. Hawk returned to the big screen when she starred as Eva Young, the mother of a young girl who overcomes a serious illness with the help of an imaginary friend, in the family drama "Bubble Girl" (2015).

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In 2010, Hawk began her long-running role on Blue Bloods. In that series, she plays Detective 2nd Grade Abigail Baker, a member of the Police Commissioner's (Detective) Squad who serves as the primary aide to Police Commissioner Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck). Hawk's character was introduced in the first season of the series (although Detective Baker's name was shown as "Det. Melissa Baker" in the closing credits, it was changed to "Det. Abigail Baker" in subsequent episodes). Since that time, Hawk has appeared in all but a handful of episodes (over 200 through season 11), despite being billed as "Special Guest Star".

Actress Abigail Hawk first came to attention when she landed the role of Tom Selleck's loyal aide, Detective Abigail Baker, in hit crime series "Blue Bloods" (CBS, 2010- ). Born Abigail Gustafson in Chicago, Hawk made her on-screen debut as Samantha Bonner, one of two children who discover an inventor trapped inside a special computer, in educational series "Reality Check" (Syndication, 1995). After graduating from the UMD School of Theatre, Dance and Performance in Studies in 2004, Hawk guested as a paramedic in an episode of long-running procedural spin-off "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC, 1999-), played a flower child in Julie Taymor's divisive Beatles-based musical fantasy "Across the Universe" (2007), and appeared as Sara in "The Unidentified" (2008), a mumblecore romance which explored the relationship between an idealistic New York journalist and an elusive artist. Hawk landed her first recurring role in 2010 when she was cast as Frank's assistant, Detective Abigail Baker, in the police procedural "Blue Bloods" (CBS, 2010-). During her stint on the show, Hawk also played Jenny Avery, a woman accused of stealing her murdered father's casino winnings, in an episode of medical drama "Body of Proof "(ABC, 2011-13), before adding family sitcom "Are We There Yet?" (TBS, 2010-13) to her list of guest spots. Hawk returned to the big screen when she starred as Eva Young, the mother of a young girl who overcomes a serious illness with the help of an imaginary friend, in the family drama "Bubble Girl" (2015).

 

 

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