Amber Tamblyn


     An experienced and stunning actor from an early age, Amber Tamblyn's dedication to her craft is shown in plain light with the multifaceted characters she brings to life.  

     Amber can currently be seen in Sony's "The Grudge 2," which opened the boxoffice at number one.  Her most recent film "Stephanie Daley" premiered at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival to rave reviews and was just picked up by Regent Films for release in February 2007.  Starring in the title role, opposite Tilda Swinton, "Stephanie Daley" is the story of a teenager charged with murdering her infant.  She recently finished filming New Line Cinema's "Normal Adolescent Behavior," a dark and funny look at sexual politics among snobby, rich teenagers.  She has also completed filming the Warner Bros. comedy "Spring Breakdown," about a trio of women who venture to a college vacation spot to escape the monotony of working life. The film opens next year.  She has just signed on for the independent thriller "Blackout," about a eclectic group of people trapped with a killer in a stalled elevator.

     Last fall, she added author to her list of credits, when her book of poetry Free Stallion was released through Simon & Schuster. 

     She is best known for two unforgettable seasons as "Joan of Arcadia," the highly lauded CBS family drama that earned her a 2004 Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series" as well an "Outstanding Drama Series" nomination for the show.  The series' first season earned Amber a 2003 Golden Globe nomination for "Best Dramatic Actress in a Drama Series" and picked up the 2003 People's Choice Award for "Best New Series."

     Last summer, Amber starred in the Warner Bros. summer hit "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" by writer-director Ken Kwapis.  Amber also appeared in the Dream Works smash pic "The Ring," directed by Gore Verbinski.  She opens the film with a chilling sequence in which her character is murdered by the ghost of an evil girl.  She gained the most notoriety on the small screen with her portrayal of Emily Quartermaine on ABC's " General Hospital ."  What was originally only going to be a few month's work turned into a seven-year stint on the show as she won viewer's hearts, the critic's acclaim, and two consecutive Hollywood Reporter Young Star Awards for Best Young Actress in a Daytime Series.  Her stellar work on General Hospital earned her a multitude of roles for televisionAmber was in the starring role for the premiere episode of UPN's series, "The Twilight Zone."  Other television guest-starring roles included "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Boston Public," "CSI: Miami " and "Without a Trace."  She also did a short series film for Showtime called "Ten Minutes Older: The Trumpet."

     Amber credits her father, veteran actor Russ Tamblyn, as the guiding light for her continuing success.  She currently resides in Los Angeles .

For more information about Amber, please visit her official website, www.amtam.com.

 


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