she duly orders it, and isn't disappointed. `this is a revelation,` she says between mouthfuls, which is just as well as today is her 30th birthday, and a rare outing with the baby, who was born seven weeks premature.`one of us was bleeding out and they didn't know who,` says mcgahan, of the night she was rushed to hospital. turns out it was the baby. `had we not gone in that night, she probably would have been stillborn.`a stint in intensive care and two transfusions later, `she's so fine, which is a miracle in itself`, she says. `we're very lucky.`adding yet further to the blessing is the fact mcgahan was in a serious car crash when she was just five weeks pregnant. `i turned into four lanes of traffic and was t-boned,` she says, laying the blame squarely at her own feet. `i had only just found out i was pregnant – i think that's why i was so spun out.`anna mcgahan (right) with lucy wigmore in underbelly: razor.photo: [email protected], who lives not too far away from this old-school italian eatery with her husband jonathan weir, doesn't invoke the name of a protector or the notion of divine intervention in discussing all this. but she might well have, for she is that rarest of breeds, in this country at least: an actor who is openly, proudly, christian.that said, she is no dogmatist.the cast of anzac girls (from left): elsie (laura brent), grace (caroline craig), alice (georgia flood), olive (anna mcgahan) and hilda (antonia prebble). ...