April 22, 1986
5 ft 8 in | 173 cm
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34-24-34 in | 86-61-86 cm
55 kg | 121 pounds
8 US | 38.5 EU
Amber Laura Heard was born in Austin, Texas, United States on Apr 22, 1986, is an American hot actress. She made her big screen debut in role as Maria in film Friday Night Lights (2004) with Billy Bob Thornton. Heard achieved rose to international fame for her performances as Baja Miller in movie Never Back Down and as Angie Anderson in movie Pineapple Express, both in 2008. Amber won a Spotlight Award at the Hollywood Film Festival for her role as Chenault in film The Rum Diary (2011) opposite Johnny Depp.
Also appeared in successful movies including The Joneses (2009) with Demi Moore, Paranoia (2013) with Liam Hemsworth, The Adderall Diaries (2015) opposite James Franco, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006) in lead role as Mandy Lane, The Ward (2010) directed by John Carpenter, Magic Mike XXL (2015) with Channing Tatum, The Danish Girl (2015) as Ulla Paulson, Drive Angry (2011) opposite Nicolas Cage, North Country (2005) Charlize Theron, Machete Kills (2013) directed by Robert Rodriguez.
Amber at the age of 17 went to New York to start a career as a fashion model. She is a huge fan of muscle cars, drives a 1968 Ford Mustang. She married actor Johnny Depp in Los Angeles, on February 3, 2015 and divorce in January 2017. She started dating American billionaire Elon Musk in July 2016.
It is tempting to take all these jobs and these movies that people offer you all the time for, lots of money, to play the girl next door or the screen queen, and it is tempting to run out in front of the paparazzi if you feel like you aren't getting enough attention. But if you value a real career as an artist you value longevity you can't sacrafice that for some publicity or a big paycheck. If I wanted to be a celebrity, it would be very easy, but I value different things.
I love fast cars, loud guns and classic rock 'n' roll, but I'd never do any of it in flats. I love me a nice, big uncomfortable pair of heels and some big hair! Maybe it's a Southern thing, but I love dressing up. It's everything I can do not to leave the house in a goddamn prom dress every day.
I'm looking to find good stories, not big commercial pieces of work.
One of the biggest challenges in my job is letting go of the movie once you go home at night, and knowing you can't do anything to your performance once you've laid it on film.
I would love to see women be able to be powerful, complex, smart, opinionated and taken seriously, even if they are beautiful. Even more, I would love to see women held to different standards, other than the superficial ones that we're held to.
I'm thankful for the work that feminists like Gloria Steinem have done. I am a feminist, but the geography for women today is vastly different than it was in the '60s.
I think my mother realized she had a somewhat unusual daughter pretty early on.
When I go into making a movie, personally, I don't try to bring other pieces of movies with me.