Directed By John R. Leonetti
Written By Gary Dauberman
Cast Annabelle Wallis, Eric Ladin, Alfre Woodard, Brian Howe
Produced By Peter Safran, James Wan, Tony DeRosa-Grund
Film Editing By Tom Elkins
Cinematography By James Kniest
Music By Joseph Bishara

Evergreen Media Group, New Line Cinema


United States



Release Date

October 3, 2014


99 Minutes

Rating R
Distributed By

Warner Bros.



  • Annabelle Wallis as Mia Form
  • Ward Horton as John Form
  • Tony Amendola as Father Perez
  • Alfre Woodard as Evelyn
  • Kerry O'Malley as Sharon Higgins
  • Brian Howe as Pete Higgins
  • Eric Ladin as Detective Clarkin
  • Ivar Brogger as Dr. Burgher
  • Geoff Wehner as Neighbor
  • Gabriel Bateman as Robert
  • Shiloh Nelson as Nancy
  • Sasha Sheldon as Nurse
  • Camden Singer as Clerk
  • Robin Pearson Rose as Mother
  • Keira Daniels as Young Annabelle Higgins
  • Tree O'Toole as Annabelle Higgins
  • Joseph Bishara as Mother Sheba
  • Morganna Bridgers as Debbie
  • Paige Diaz as Candy Striper
  • Zach Pappas as Rick
  • Michelle Romano as Mary
  • Christopher Shaw as Fuller
  • Trampas Thompson as Thin Man




  • Although supposedly based on true events, and the doll being a real object now kept in the artifacts archive of the Warrens, the end credits state that "The story, all names, characters and incidents portrayed in this production are fictitious."
  • The baby mobile hanging over the crib plays the same tune as the music box from The Conjuring.
  • The movie portrays the Annabelle doll as a porcelain doll, but the real Annabelle doll is a large "Raggedy Ann" doll. The Warrens had a special case built for Annabelle inside their Occult Museum, where she resides to this day.