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Amy Lou Adams is an actress from the United States. She has appeared three times on yearly lists of the world’s highest-paid actresses, in both comedy and dramatic parts. Throughout her career, she has garnered several awards and nominations, including a Screen Actors Guild Award and two Golden Globe Awards, as well as six Academy Awards and seven British Academy Film Awards nominations.

Adams is the fourth of seven siblings, born in Vicenza, Italy, and reared in Castle Rock, Colorado. She trained to be a dancer, but at the age of 18, she decided that musical theater was a better fit for her, and she worked in dinner theater from 1994 to 1998. Adams made her feature film debut in the 1999 satire Drop Dead Gorgeous, in which she had a minor role.

She had guest appearances on television after relocating to Los Angeles, and she played “mean girl” roles in small-scale films. Her first notable part was in Steven Spielberg’s biography film Catch Me If You Can (2002), although she was out of work for a year. Her breakthrough came in the indie comedy-drama film Junebug (2005), when she played a loquacious  pregnant lady and garnered her first Academy Award nomination.

Adams’ first significant hit as a leading woman came with the musical fantasy film Enchanted (2007), in which she played a happy fairy tale princess-type role. She went on to play naive, idealistic ladies in a number of films, including the drama Doubt (2008).

Adams went on to have greater roles in the sports picture The Fighter (2010) and the psychological drama film The Master, both of which received favorable reviews (2012). She debuted as Lois Lane in the DC Extended Universe’s superhero movie in 2013.

Adams received two Golden Globe Awards for Best Actress in a Motion Picture for her roles as a seductive con artist in American Hustle (2013) and as painter Margaret Keane in the biographical film Big Eyes (2014).

Further accolades came from her roles as a linguist in Arrival (2016), an art gallery owner in Nocturnal Animals (2016), a self-harming reporter in the HBO miniseries Sharp Objects (2018), and Lynne Cheney in the satire film Vice (2018).

Adams’ theater credits include the Baker’s Wife in the Public Theater’s staging of Into the Woods in 2012. She was named one of Time magazine’s 100 most important people in the world in 2014, and she was also included in Forbes’ Celebrity 100 list.


Amy Lou Adams was born on August 20, 1974, to American parents Richard and Kathryn Adams in the Caserma Ederle military facility in Vicenza, Italy, when her father was stationed with the US Army. With four brothers and two sisters, she is the youngest of seven children.

Adams’ family settled in Castle Rock, Colorado, when she was eight years old, after relocating from one army base to another. Her father worked as a professional singer in nightclubs and restaurants after leaving the army. Going to her father’s shows and drinking Shirley Temples at the bar are two of Adams’ favorite childhood memories.

The family was impoverished, so they camped and trekked together and put on amateur comedies, most of which were written by her father and occasionally by her mother. Adams was enthralled by the plays and was always cast in the leading role.

Adams was raised in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints until 1985, when her parents split and left the church. She did not hold strong religious views, but she has stated that her family instilled in her the values of love and compassion. Her father remarried and relocated to Arizona after the split, but the children stayed with their mother.

Her mother became a semi-professional bodybuilder who brought the kids to the gym with her while she worked out. Adams has likened her carefree childhood with her brothers to Lord of the Flies. She has described herself as a “scrappy, rough youngster” who has regularly battled with other children.

Douglas County High School was Adams’ alma mater. She wasn’t particularly bright academically, but she enjoyed the arts and sang in the school choir. She participated in track and gymnastics, aspired to be a dancer, and worked as an apprentice at the David Taylor Dance Company in her hometown.

She despised high school and preferred being alone. She and her mother relocated to Atlanta, Georgia after graduation. To her parents’ disappointment, she did not attend college, and she subsequently regretted not seeking more education. Adams discovered she wasn’t talented enough to be a professional ballerina at the age of 18, and she preferred musical theater instead.

Her first theatrical appearance was in a community theater performance of Annie, where she performed as a volunteer. She worked as a greeter at a Gap shop to help support herself. She also worked at Hooters as a waitress, but she left after saving enough money to buy a used car.

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