Amber Tamblyn is an American actress and writer with an estimated net worth of $1.5 million dollars. After an representative, and family friend, saw her perform in a school musical, she started auditioning for professional endeavors. Family friend’s first role was on the popular soap opera, “General Hospital”. She stayed together with the show for six years, and then started adding film credits to her resume, plus a host of other television endeavors. She’s appeared in such movies as, “The Ring”, “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants”, and its particular sequel, “127 Hours”, along with the forthcoming, “Django Unchained”.
Amber Tamblyn Net Worth $1.5 Million Dollars
Amber Tamblyn has appeared in starring or guest starring roles on such television shows as, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “Joan of Arcadia”, “The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret”, “House, M.D.”, and “Portlandia”. She’s won multiple acting honours, and continues to be nominated for a Golden Globe and an Emmy Award.
May 14, 1983
Santa Monica, California, United States
5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Actor, Poet, Film Producer
Santa Monica Alternative School House
United States of America
David Cross (m. 2012)
Bonnie Murray Tamblyn, Russ Tamblyn
Saturn Awards- Best Actress on Television (2004), YoungStar Awards- Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Daytime TV Program (1999 (1999), 2000), Locarno International Film Festival- Best Actress (2006)
Primetime Emmy Awards 92004), Satellite Awards (2004 (2004), 2005), Young Artist Awards (2004 (2004), 2005), Teen Choice Awards (2004 (2004), 2005, 2007), Independent Spirit Awards (2007)
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, 127 Hours, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2, The Grudge 2, The Ring, Beyond a Reasonable Doubt, Normal Adolescent Behavior, Django Unchained, Spring Breakdown, Stephanie Daley, Paint It Black, Johnny Mysto: Boy Wizard, 3 Nights in the Desert, The Russell Girl, Growing Up And Other Lies, Ten Minutes Older: The Trumpet, Babylon Fields, Spiral, Main Street, Blackout, X/Y, What Goes Up, Sadako 3D, Rings, Girlfriend's Day, The Gynotician, The Quinn-tuplets, I'm Still Here: Real Diaries of Young People Who Lived During the Holocaust, Rebellious
Two and a Half Men, House, The Unusuals, Joan of Arcadia, General Hospital, HypaSpace
Appears in the Twin Peaks (1990) Special Edition DVD special features. She and her father Russ Tamblyn tell a story about his appearance at a "Twin Peaks" event at which Amber had the cast sign her shoes.
Convinced a homeless man to pose as her father so she could get her navel pierced. It soon became infected and she had to confess to her parents. The story inspired an episode of Joan of Arcadia (2003).
Her dad, Russ Tamblyn danced with her during the 1997 Nurses' Ball.
Amber suffers from arachnophobia. When a scene in General Hospital (1963) called for her character Emily to pick up her pet tarantula, Amber went to the writers and asked them if they could change the scene. She also suggested that the spider be killed off and Emily be given a rat, the sort of pet Amber herself had at home.
[on Auditioning for Two and a Half Men] I told Jon Cryer to go 'F' himself in the audition in front of [creator] Chuck Lorre
[on filming Two and a Half Men]Hands down one of the best experiences of my 20 year career, The cast has been incredibly kind and supportive in guiding me through such unfamiliar steps. I've never done a sitcom before, I come mostly from dramatic roles, so there has been a large learning curve for me. But everyone, and I mean everyone - from writers to camera operators to wardrobe - have made me feel like a million bucks
[on the cancellation of Joan of Arcadia (2003)]: "I'd rather be a on a good show that only runs two years than on a dumb show that's a hit for like eight years, which is usually the case these days".
"The idea that someone like Britney Spears is a role model for teenage girls is kind of sad and horrifying. Britney is the epitome of a non-artist. She has nothing to offer but her T&A".
Wrinkles, soft faces, older faces are signs of wisdom, which is the greatest sign of beauty.