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Amy Adams Introduction
There are far too few redheads in Hollywood. Blondes and brunettes are omnipresent, but gingers are few and far between. Luckily, actress Amy Adams (born August 20, 1974) has come to level the playing field. It's a war of attrition however as every insatiable film by Adams barely puts a dent in the debt to society gingers owe thanks to the likes of Kirsten Dunst.
Amy Adams Biography
Amy, an army brat, was born on an American military base in Italy. Her family then moved to Colorado where she lived a shockingly normal life (for an actress, anyway). She worked at Hooters but quit when she was forced to start wearing the uniform. Though we regret not being able to see her in it, Amy deserves to be commended for her integrity. A producer spotted her at a local dinner theater, and her career began in earnest.
Amy Adams Acting roles
Her first role was in the film Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999)(Kirsten Dunst, Denise Richards, Brittany Murphy). From there, she had parts in the film Catch Me If You Can (2002)(Elizabeth Banks, Jennifer Garner, Ellen Pompeo) and the show Buffy The Vampire Slayer (Sarah Michelle Gellar, Eliza Dushku). Her career really took off with the independent feature Junebug (2005). Her portrayal as Southern chatterbox earned her numerous awards and even a nomination for an Oscar. With her roles in Charlie Wilson’s War (2007) (Julia Roberts) and the Disney film Enchanted (2007) (Susan Sarandon), Amy clearly has the potential to be a major force in the acting world. Redheads rejoice! Dunst, start arming yourself with more sequels.
Amy co-stars with the annoyingly omnipresent Ben Stiller in Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009), in which she manages to make the term "aviatrix" sexier than it already sounds. She will also be featured in Julie & Julia later in 2009.
Nominated Best Supporting Actress for her role in the movie Doubt, Amy was also nominatedfor best supporting actress at the 2011 Oscars, but lost to Melissa Leo
Amy Adams on the Web
Amy Adams In The Park, Broadway Style! | PerezHilton.com The adorable Amy Adams proved her singing siren ways in Enchanted and The Muppets, and this summer she will take on Central Park as The Baker's wife in a Delacorte Theater summer production of Into...
Amy Adams to star in 'Into the Woods' in New York's Central Park ... Amy Adams has showed off her singing chops in the movies "Enchanted" and last year's "The Muppets." Now the three-time Oscar nominee will have chance to sing for live audiences on a daily basis in the Public Theater's ...