Amber Heard Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Husband, Family, Images, And More

Amber Heard Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Husband, Family, Images, And More

American actress, humanitarian, and social activist Amber Laura Heard was born on April 22, 1986. She made her acting debut in the 2006 horror movie All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, and since then, she's appeared in movies including The Ward (2010), Drive Angry (2011), and London Fields (2018). She has also appeared in supporting roles in movies including The Danish Girl (2015), Paranoia (2013), Machete Kills (2013), The Joneses (2009), Never Back Down (2015), Pineapple Express (2008), and The Joneses. Heard performs the role of Mera in the DC Extended Universe films Aquaman (2018), Justice League (2017), and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (2023). She has also appeared in television shows like The Stand (2020) and Hidden Palms (2007, respectively).

Heard joined the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) as a volunteer in 2016 and was appointed an ACLU Artist Ambassador, a position designated for people who support civil rights and civil liberties. Heard also worked with the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights as an ambassador for human rights.

In 2015, Heard wed actor Johnny Depp. When Heard requested a restraining order against Depp in May 2016 and claimed domestic abuse, the divorce received extensive media coverage. Later, Depp unsuccessfully sued The Sun in London for defamation after they had published Heard's claims of domestic abuse. Depp was denied permission to appeal the court's decision, which rejected his claim against The Sun and found that he had assaulted Heard in 12 of the 14 occasions that The Sun claimed to have documented. Heard wrote an opinion piece under her name in the Washington Post discussing speaking out against "sexual violence," becoming "a public figure representing domestic abuse," and seeing "first-hand how institutions protect men accused of abuse," according to Depp. In response, Heard filed her own countersuit over what she claimed were three defamatory statements made by Depp's lawyer. The judge determined that Depp owed Heard $2 million and that Heard owed Depp $10.35 million. Heard faced criticism for her testimony, especially online. The jury finding in the Virginia lawsuit at the Fairfax County Courthouse was appealed by both Heard and Depp. Later, Heard and Depp reached a settlement, and their attorneys declared that Depp would get $1 million from Heard's insurance as full payout.

Early Years

Heard was born in Austin, Texas, as the middle of three daughters to construction firm entrepreneur David Clinton Heard (born 1950) and internet researcher Patricia Paige (née Parsons; 1956–2020). Outside of Austin, the family resided. Heard grew up riding horses, going hunting and fishing with her father, who trained horses in his spare time. She competed in beauty pageants as well, though she later stated that she could no longer "support the objectification" as an adult. Heard, who was raised Catholic, started identifying as an atheist when she was sixteen, following the death of her best friend in a car accident. The following year, Heard left her Catholic high school to pursue an acting career in Los Angeles because she was no longer at home in "conservative, God-fearing Texas." She eventually completed a home study course and received a diploma.


Early roles from 2003 to 2007

Heard's early acting credits include performances in two music videos, "There Goes My Life" by Kenny Chesney and "I Wasn't Prepared" by Eisley, as well as minor supporting parts in the TV shows Jack & Bobby (2004), "The Mountain" (2004), and "The O.C." (2005). She made her screen debut in a small role in the sports drama Friday Night Lights (2004), and since then, she has appeared in a number of movies in supporting roles, including Drop Dead Sexy (2005), North Country (2005), Side FX (2005), Price to Pay (2006), Alpha Dog (2006), and Spin (2007). She has also appeared as a guest star on an episode of the police procedural crime drama television series Criminal Minds. Heard played the lead in the unusual slasher movie All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, which had its world premiere at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival but was delayed in its release in the US and Europe owing to distribution issues until 2013 and 2008, respectively.

Heard portrayed the main character's love interest in Hidden Palms, a teen drama that The CW aired in 2007 to take the place of summer reruns of other teen-targeted shows. After receiving mixed reviews and low ratings at its US premiere in May 2007, the series was canceled by the CW after only eight of its twelve planned episodes had been shown. Heard also made appearances in the teen drama Remember the Daze, the short film Day 73 with Sarah, and a Showtime episode of Californication that year.

2008–2016: Widespread acceptance

Heard became well-known in 2008 thanks to supporting parts in the financially successful martial arts movie Never Back Down and the stoner comedy Pineapple Express, both directed by Judd Apatow. She additionally participated in an ensemble cast in the 2008 film adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis' book The Informers, however the project was not well received by critics. Heard appeared in The Joneses (2009) the next year alongside David Duchovny and Demi Moore. According to Variety, Heard "more or less steals the show" from Moore. Heard's other films during this time, aside from a brief cameo in the box office sensation Zombieland (2009), were either independent films with sparse theatrical distribution (ExTerminators (2009), The River Why (2010), and And Soon the Darkness (2010)) or critically panned horror movies (The Stepfather (2009), The Ward).

Drive Angry, a supernatural action thriller in which she starred alongside Nicolas Cage, was Heard's first movie to be released in 2011. She "does everything that can possibly be done" with her part, a waitress who becomes involved in an undead man's effort to save his daughter from a cult, according to film reviewer Roger Ebert, despite the movie receiving mostly negative reviews and performing poorly commercially. Heard also made an early 2011 appearance on the British television show Top Gear as a celebrity driving a cost-effective vehicle, finishing 33rd out of 41 on their Cee'd ranking. Heard then starred in the crime drama series The Playboy Club on NBC, which was based on the original Playboy Club in 1960s Chicago. After only three episodes had aired, the series was cancelled due to unfavorable reviews and ratings, as well as objections from feminist and conservative organizations. In the Hunter S. Thompson adaption The Rum Diary (2011), Heard portrayed the main character's love interest opposite Johnny Depp. In spite of receiving mixed reviews, the movie only made $30 million in box office revenue on a $45 million budget. It was claimed that Heard's role was undeveloped. Heard participated in a Guess clothing company ad campaign in 2011.

Next, Heard starred in the critically and financially unsuccessful thriller Paranoia (2013), exploitation movie Machete Kills (2013), and parody movie Syrup (2013). All the Boys Love Mandy Lane had a limited US release throughout the year. The Los Angeles Times called Heard's performance "most definitive to date" and The Washington Post called it "psychologically interesting" despite the film's generally mixed to unfavorable reviews. Heard made a cameo appearance in the critically acclaimed action movie 3 Days to Kill in 2014.

As Channing Tatum's love interest in the comedy-drama Magic Mike XXL from 2015, Heard played a significant supporting role. The movie enjoyed significant box office success, much like its predecessor. Heard also starred alongside James Franco and Ed Harris in the independent criminal thriller The Adderall Diaries (2015) and played a minor supporting role in Tom Hooper's period drama The Danish Girl (2015). Heard, according to IndieWire, "displays much potential and has succeeded in a bid to be taken more seriously" despite being "miscast" in The Adderrall Diaries. Her fourth performance in 2015 was in the Starz television movie One More Time, which starred Christopher Walken. She learnt to play the piano and guitar as well as sing in preparation for her role as a struggling singer-songwriter. The Film Stage and The Los Angeles Times both praised Heard for her "admirable job" and "superb" performance, respectively. In a November 2015 episode of the American car reality series Overhaulin', the actress additionally made an appearance. Her Mustang was given a makeover. On Depp's instruction, the cast also played a practical joke on Heard.

Heard portrayed the female lead in the Martin Amis adaption London Fields, which was about a clairvoyant femme fatale who foresees her own murder. The 2015 Toronto International Film Festival hosted its world premiere. The movie was taken from theaters soon after the screening as a result of litigation and issues between the filmmaker and producers. For allegedly breaking performance and promotional obligations, Heard was sued for $10 million. In a countersuit, the actress claimed that the producers had broken a nudity clause in her contract. A settlement was reached in September 2018, and the movie was eventually made public. Heard subsequently admitted that "it was one of the most difficult movies to film and it has proven to continue to be difficult... I can't say I did [the character] justice" in response to the film's extremely unfavorable reviews. Heard's "decent enough turn as the enigmatic [Nicola Six]" did not redeem the adaptation, according to Jane Mulkerrins of The Daily Telegraph, and she "just does not project the kind of mystery and allure" that the role calls for, according to Peter Sobczynski of Heard was nominated for the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress in 2019 for her work in the movie.

DC Extended Universe and other initiatives, 2017–present

Heard made an ensemble cast appearance in Lake Bell's independent comedy I Do in 2017. In the superhero movie Justice League, Mera, a princess of an Atlantean realm, joined the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) ensemble. In the following year's Aquaman, which also starred Jason Momoa and gave Heard her first significant role in a studio movie, she reprised the part. She listed Mera's quality of being "a strong, independent, self-possessed superhero in her own right" as one of the factors that drew her to the part, noting that Mera prefers to go by her real name rather than being called Aquawoman. Mixed reviews were given to Aquaman. With sales of more than $1 billion, it was a commercial success. Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune and Geoffrey Macnab of The Independent, respectively, wrote that Heard "lends a blasé air of early '50s B-movie cheese" and that she "camps it up entertainingly" as Mera. Heard was named the L'Oréal Paris cosmetics company's worldwide ambassador the same year.

Heard played minor parts in the independent dramas Gully and Her Smell in 2019. The Stand, a miniseries based on Stephen King's novel of the same name, was her lone project that was made and published in 2020. She portrayed Nadine Cross, a teacher who was one of the few people to survive a devastating virus. The first episode aired in December 2020 on CBS All Access, and the series finale followed in February 2021. Heard returned to the role of Mera in Zack Snyder's Justice League, a director's edit of the blockbuster movie from 2017, in which she had also shot additional scenes.

Heard will play the lead role in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom in 2023. Following her ex-husband Depp's defeat in his UK libel action and his replacement in the Fantastic Beasts movies in 2020, an internet petition to have Heard removed from the movie was started. The petition "charges Heard with lying about her allegations against Depp and charges Heard with being a 'known and proven domestic abuser'." According to Heard, the campaign consisted of "paid rumors and paid campaigns on social media," and Peter Safran, the sequel's co-producer, confirmed that Heard will be in it. The petition had gathered 2 million signatures by the time the Depp v. Heard trial in the US began in 2022. In her evidence, Heard said that although "they didn't want to include me in the film" and only "shot a very pared-down version" of her part, she "fought really hard to stay in the movie." According to DC Films President Walter Hamada, who testified on behalf of Depp, they had thought about recasting Mera, but it was because of issues with Heard's compatibility with Momoa rather than the allegations of abuse. Furthermore, according to Hamada, the role's diminished significance in the sequel was due to the movie's original intention to center on the bond between Momoa's and Patrick Wilson's characters. Heard has also been cast in the upcoming historical drama In the Fire by Conor Allyn.

Giving and advocacy

Heard collaborated with Amnesty International in 2012 on a bilingual campaign to increase understanding of American immigration policies at the border between Mexico and the United States.

Heard promised in August 2016 to give the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) her $7 million divorce settlement with Johnny Depp. Even though Depp had not yet finished paying her the $7 million, in November of that same year, she released a statement defending this guarantee against claims from TMZ that she had not yet paid the donations as she had promised. By October 2018, Depp had paid Heard the entire $7 million divorce settlement. Heard had already been acknowledged as a donor by CHLA by being formally listed on their "Honor Roll of Donors" list for the fiscal year 2017. She was also listed among their donations for the fiscal year 2018 in the year after, in 2019.

The Daily Mail published a claim made by Depp's attorneys in January 2021 that Heard had not finished her donations. Heard's attorney responded to this claim by saying that although Heard intends to "eventually fulfill her pledge" in full, she has "been delayed in that goal because Mr. Depp filed a lawsuit against her, and consequently, she has been forced to spend millions of dollars." Subsequently, media outlets reported on previous statements made by Heard. Heard claimed to have "donated" $7 million to the ACLU and CHLA during her appearance on the Dutch talk show RTL Late Night in October 2018. Heard testified in February 2020 that she had "donated" the "entire amount" of her divorce settlement to charity in the Depp v News Group Newspapers Ltd litigation in the UK.

The corporate designee of CHLA testified that as of 2021, Heard had paid them $250,000 during the Depp v. Heard trial in 2022. The ACLU's chief operating officer stated in testimony from December 2021 that the organization anticipated the pledged funds to be received over a 10-year period and that Heard had not made any contributions since 2018. This testimony was previously cited in the trial. Between 2016 and 2018, the ACLU had already collected $1.3 million in total, of which $350,000 came directly from Heard, $500,000 from a donor advised fund thought to belong to Elon Musk, $350,000 from another donor advised fund, and $100,000 from Depp as part of the settlement. Heard stated that fighting the case had cost her more than $6 million in legal bills; the ACLU learned in 2019 that Heard was "having financial problems and could not fulfill the remainder of the pledge." She also stated that the $3.5 million that she had pledged to donate was not affected by Musk's donation on her behalf and that she intends to resume her donations as soon as she is able.

Heard was filmed in November 2016 for the #GirlGaze Project's public service announcement (PSA) about domestic violence. She emphasized the importance of taking responsibility for how violence against women (VAW) is dealt with and talked about "in the media and in our culture" with the aim of making it easier for survivors to come forward and to stand up for themselves. In the PSA, she spoke about the importance of women helping each other and reminded those women affected by VAW that they are not alone while also encouraging them to "speak up." Similar feelings were expressed in a letter she wrote to "silent sisters everywhere" and was published in Porter magazine's December 2016 edition. She assured "every woman who is suffering in silence" that "you are not alone" and that "You may not see us, but we are there. Your sisters are everywhere... and we are with you." In the letter, she wrote, among other things, that "no matter how terrible or terrifying surviving trauma may be, unfortunately it can pale in comparison to what follows" and that "It isn't easy to raise your voice, to stand up for yourself and your truth and to do it 'alone'."

Heard brought up the underrepresentation of LGBTQ characters in the Hollywood film business (henceforth referred to as Hollywood) in an interview she gave for The Economist's Pride and Prejudice event in March 2017 when she described her stance as an openly and activist "sexually fluid" woman. Heard also discussed the significance of more gay males coming out in Hollywood, saying that this would significantly increase the industry's LGBTQ inclusivity. Heard created a little video for The Economist in August of the same year in which she discussed the underrepresentation of women in the business and the gender wage gap in Hollywood.

Heard accompanied the Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS) in April 2018 as a Goodwill Ambassador on a multi-specialty medical mission to the Al-Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan. She met Weam, a 12-year-old girl with thalassemia who required costly medications and blood transfusions, when she was there. She subsequently collaborated with SAMS to assist raise funding for Weam and 12 other thalassemia-affected children in the camp, in addition to raising awareness of SAMS' charitable medical work in Jordan.

Heard agreed to the ACLU's invitation to join the organization as an ACLU Artist Ambassador that same year, supporting the organization's advocacy for gender equality. She also agreed to collaborate with the ACLU on an opinion piece to raise awareness of the problems of sexual assault and domestic abuse. This collaboration produced the opinion piece that was initially published in her name by The Washington Post on December 18, 2018, and was then republished by ACLU on December 27, 2018. Depp sued her in late February or early March 2019 claiming that her op-ed had defamed him.

Heard spoke at the 9th Annual Social Good Summit hosted by the UN in September 2018. She discussed her history of activism and volunteer work during her speech, ranging from her early school years to her more recent work with SAMS. She emphasized the importance of people and human relationships in all aspects of life and spoke passionately on the importance of justice and fairness as they are reflected in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Heard delivered a speech for the HagueTalks event 'Imagine the World We Want' in October 2018 in advance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights' 70th anniversary. Heard visited numerous Smile Train initiatives in Mexico later that year during a week in November. During her trip, she spoke with several cleft lip and palate patients who were receiving medical care from Smile Train. She also spoke with their families and the doctors who were delivering the care.

Heard traveled to Lebanon in February 2019 with SAMS on a medical mission with the goal of providing care to poor Syrian refugee women. She visited a number of slum areas in the Bekaa Valley while on the mission, including Al-Omaria. Along with this, she collaborated with SAMS to generate money for the establishment of psychosocial programs, expanded access to educational opportunities, and vocational training for the majority of bereaved women and orphaned children living in these communities.

Heard participated in the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights' Stand Up for Human Rights campaign as a Human Rights Champion. She spoke in favor of the SHIELD Act on Capitol Hill in May 2019, sharing her experience with having her private nude images stolen and posted online without her permission during the celebrity nude photo leak of 2014. Heard wrote an op-ed in The New York Times in November 2019 disputing the notion that "revenge porn is the wrong name" as "the perpetrator disclosed the images" even though "the victim did not consent to the disclosure." Heard also argued that "Because the patchwork of state laws fails to truly protect intimate privacy, it is vital that Congress pass legislation that does." That same month, Heard, Nico Tortorella, and DC Comics were recognized for "their groundbreaking work

Heard took part in the VoteRiders #IDCheck Challenge on social media and starred in an election ad for Planned Parenthood made by artist Marilyn Minter prior to the 2020 US presidential election.

Private Life

Heard came out in the public eye in 2010, but he has since said, "I don't label myself one way or another - I have had successful relationships with men and now a woman. I love who I love; it's the person that matters."

From 2008 through 2012, Heard was dating photographer Tasya van Ree. During the partnership, Heard legally changed her last name to van Ree before returning to her birth name in 2014. After reportedly striking van Ree, Heard was detained for misdemeanor domestic abuse in 2009 at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in the state of Washington. Heard appeared in King County District Court in Seattle the following day but was not prosecuted. In 2016, as Heard was going through the divorce process from actor Johnny Depp, the arrest became public. Van Ree, Heard's publicist, later released a statement in which she claimed that Heard had been "wrongfully" accused and that the incident had been "misinterpreted and over-sensationalized." She also recalled "hints of misogynistic attitudes toward us which later appeared to be homophobic when they found out we were domestic partners and not just 'friends,'" and added that Heard and her "shared 5 wonderful years together and remain close to this day."

After "more than 50 of personal photos were stolen and released to the public" in the 2014 celebrity nude photo leak, Heard was one of the victims. Heard later spoke out and wrote against such invasions of privacy.

Heard dated tech entrepreneur and Tesla CEO and shareholder Elon Musk for a year, ending in early 2018, after her divorce from Johnny Depp. The actress and director Bianca Butti and she later dated each other from January 2020 to December 2021.

Heard gave birth to a daughter through surrogacy in April 2021.

Connection to Johnny Depp

See also Johnny Depp v. News Group Newspapers Ltd., Depp v. Heard, and Depp v. Amber Heard.

Heard first got to know Johnny Depp in 2009 when she was placed opposite him in the movie The Rum Diary. The couple reportedly started dating in 2012, and they were legally wed in February 2015.

Incident With Australian Customs

When Heard and Depp travelled into Queensland in April 2015, when Depp was filming a movie, they failed to declare the two canines they were bringing with them through customs, violating Australia's biosecurity laws. The canines were flown out of the country in May 2015, just before a deadline for euthanasia. Only Heard was charged for this law-breaking later in July of the same year.

By the end of 2015, the case had been postponed four times, and Heard had told her attorneys to enter not-guilty pleas, saying she was "looking forward" to defending herself against the allegations. Heard admitted to faking quarantine records in the court case in April 2016, blaming her lack of sleep for her error. Heard and Depp issued a video apologizing for their actions and urged others to follow biosecurity laws, even though the criminal charges against her were dropped. She was sentenced to a $1,000 (US$752) one-month good behavior bond for providing a fake document.


In a statement, Heard claimed that Depp had been verbally and physically abusive to her for the duration of their relationship. "Johnny has been verbally and physically abusive to me. I endured excessive emotional, verbal and physical abuse from Johnny, which has included angry, hostile, humiliating and threatening assaults to me whenever I questioned his authority or disagreed with him," Heard's statement read. "Depp has been verbally and physically abusive to me." Depp's legal team responded by claiming

In August 2016, a decision on the settlement's size was made, and Heard promised to split the proceeds equally between the ACLU and CHLA. They jointly stated that their relationship was "intensely passionate and at times volatile, but always bound by love. Neither party has made false accusations for financial gain. There was never any intent of physical or emotional harm." Heard later withdrew her request for a continued restraining order. The final conditions of the settlement were agreed upon in January 2017. Depp was expected to surrender Heard custody of their two dogs, a horse, and two cars, as well as finish paying Heard $7 million by February 2018 and contribute $500,000 toward Heard's legal expenses. There was no spousal support to be paid by either party, and Depp was to keep all of his real estate assets and 42 automobiles. Heard testified in 2022 that had she asked it, she would have been entitled to half of Depp's $65 million in lifetime earnings because they didn't have a pre-nuptial agreement.

Depp filed a libel case in the UK in June 2018 against News Group Newspapers (NGN), the publisher of The Sun, after the publication referred to him as a "wife beater" in an article from April 2018. Heard was a crucial NGN witness in the well reported trial in July 2020. The presiding judge determined in November 2020 that Depp had lost his case and that "the great majority of Mr. Depp's alleged assaults of Ms. Heard [12 out of the 14] have been proved to the civil standard." The judge dismissed Depp's contention that the allegations were a fake and agreed that Heard's career and activism had been harmed by the accusations she made against Depp. In March 2021, Depp's request to have the judgment reversed was denied.

Heard's op-ed for The Washington Post from December 2018 led to Depp suing Heard for defamation in February 2019. Depp claimed in the lawsuit that the opinion piece contained three false assertions, the first of which was the headline:

• "Amber Heard: I spoke up against sexual violence — and faced our culture's wrath. That has to change."

• "Then, two years ago, I rose to prominence as a spokesperson against domestic violence, and I experienced the full force of our culture's hostility toward women who speak out."

• "I had the unique opportunity to witness how institutions defend men who are accused of abusing women in real time."

Additionally, Depp claimed that Heard was the one who had abused him and that her claims against him were untrue.

Heard filed a counterclaim against Depp in August 2020, accusing him of organizing "a harassment campaign via Twitter and orchestrating online petitions to get her fired from Aquaman and L'Oréal." In the end, Heard's counterclaim went to trial over three claims that Depp had defamed her through remarks made by his then-lawyer, Adam Waldman, which were printed in the Daily Mail in April 2020.

• Publicizing a "sexual violence hoax" against Depp, "Heard and her friends in the media used fake sexual violence allegations as both sword and shield."

• In a particular incident at a penthouse, "Amber and her friends spilled a little wine and roughed up the place, got their stories straight under the guidance of a lawyer and publicist, and then placed a second call to 911" as "an ambush, a hoax" against Depp.

• Heard had perpetrated a "abuse hoax" on Depp.

Between April 11 and June 1, 2022, Fairfax County, Virginia, hosted the Depp-Heard trial. The jury determined all three of Heard's op-ed statements to be false, defamatory of Depp, and to have been made with genuine malice. As a result, the jury awarded Depp $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages against Heard. Due to a cap established by Virginia state law, the punitive damages were decreased to $350,000. The jury determined that Waldman's second statement to the Daily Mail was false, defamatory, and made with actual malice, but that his first and third remarks to the newspaper had not been established to be false. Heard received $2 million in compensatory damages and no punitive damages from Depp as a result.

Online public opinion during the trial was generally against Heard because she was ridiculed and called "crazy" and because her evidence, which was widely derided, was believed to be fake. Heard claimed that the internet criticism of her testimony was "agonizing" and that she was "harassed, humiliated, and threatened every single day." Heard claimed following the trial that she did not "blame" the jury for the decision, suggesting that they may have favored Depp due to his notoriety rather than the facts because he was a "fantastic actor" and "people feel they know him." Heard questioned how the jury could have believed her by the time she took the stand when they had already listened to "to three-and-a-half weeks of testimony about how I was a non-credible person" in response to the interviewer's hypothesis that they had considered the evidence and had not believed her testimony.

Heard's attorney, Elaine Bredehoft, said interviewers the day after the judgement was announced that Heard will appeal the decision because she could not afford to pay the damages owing to Depp. One of Heard's insurance companies, New York Marine, filed a federal court lawsuit against her a month later in an effort to avoid having to pay up to $1 million for her legal defense costs in the Virginia case. New York Marine claimed that because the "jury's factual findings establish that Heard's liability is caused by the willful act(s) of Heard," it is "not liable" for the loss.

Heard publicly stated that even if her appeal is successful, she "simply cannot go through" a retrial, and that the settlement was "not an act of concession." Depp's attorneys stated that the "jury's unanimous decision and the resulting judgement in Mr. Depp's favor against Ms. Heard remain fully in place," and that the settlement would net them $1 million.








Friday Night Lights



Side FX


Drop Dead Sexy


North Country

Young Josey Aimes


Price to Pay


Alpha Dog


All the Boys Love Mandy Lane

Mandy Lane




Day 73 with Sarah


Short film

Remember the Daze

Julia Ford


Never Back Down

Baja Miller

The Informers


Pineapple Express

Angie Anderson




The Joneses

Jenn Jones



The Stepfather

Kelly Porter


And Soon the Darkness


Also co-producer

The River Why


The Ward



Drive Angry


The Rum Diary





Also executive producer


Emma Jennings

Machete Kills

Miss San Antonio


3 Days to Kill

Agent Vivi Delay


The Adderall Diaries

Lana Edmond

One More Time


Magic Mike XXL


The Danish Girl

Ulla Poulsen


I Do... Until I Don't


Justice League



Her Smell

Zelda E. Zekiel

London Fields

Nicola Six

Filmed in 2013







Zack Snyder's Justice League



Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Not yet released








Jack & Bobby


Episode: "Pilot"

The Mountain


Episode: "A Piece of the Rock"


The O.C.


Episode: "Mallpisode"


Criminal Minds

Lila Archer

Episode: "Somebody's Watching"




Episode: "California Son"

Hidden Palms

Greta Matthews

8-episode series


The Cleveland Show

Herself (voice)

Episode: "Beer Walk!"


Top Gear


Episode: "Episode#16.5"

The Playboy Club

Bunny Maureen

7-episode series




Episode: "In Too Depp"


The Stand

Nadine Cross

7/9 episodes

Music videos





"There Goes My Life"

Kenny Chesney


"I Wasn't Prepared" (Version 1)


Awards and nominations







Young Hollywood Awards

Breakthrough of the Year




Detroit Film Critics Society Awards

Best Ensemble




Scream Awards


Dallas International Film Festival

Dallas Star Award




Hollywood Film Festival

Spotlight Award

The Rum Diary



Texas Film Hall of Fame





Golden Raspberry Awards

Worst Actress

London Fields


MTV Movie & TV Awards

Best Kiss



Saturn Awards

Best Supporting Actress


Teen Choice Awards

Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy Movie Actress


Quick Bio






37 years old (in 2023)

Date of Birth

April 22, 1986

Full Name

Amber Laura Heard


Actress, Models




April 22, 1986



Zodiac Sign



High School (Dropped Out)


St. Michael’s Catholic Academy (Dropped Out)


Actress, Models

Height, Weight & Physical Stats

Body Measurements

34-27-34 inches




5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m)


60 kg (130 lbs)


27 inches

Hair Color

Medium Blond

Eye Color

Moss Green

Shoe Size

8 (US)

Dress Size

6 (US)

Family & Relatives


David Heard


Paige Parsons


Whitney Heard

Marital Status


Ex Spouse

Johnny Depp (m. 2015–2017)

Past Relationships

  • Vito Schnabel (2018)
  • Elon Musk (2016-2018)
  • Johnny Depp (2012-2015)
  • Tasya Van Ree (2008-2012)
  • Mark Wystrach (2006-2007)
  • Sean Faris (2007-2008)
  • Valentino Lanus (2005-2006)
  • Alejandro Monteverde (2004-2005)

Amber Heard Favorites


Horseback Riding, Diving, Rock Climbing, Golf

Favorite Movie


Favorite Food

Miso Soup

Favorite Color

Pink, Blue, Red


  • Even with her hectic schedule, she enjoys making her own meals. This is possible because she has dietary control. She mainly consumes veggies and proteins, and she never varies her exercise regimen. You may develop a habit of laziness if you skipped an activity or missed a day to go outside and exercise. Avoid doing this and tell yourself that you must.
  • She doesn't go to the gym to look better; she goes to feel better. Most women go to the gym purely to improve their appearance, and if their goal is not achieved in a set amount of time, they become discouraged.
  • She always checks the food package's label to see what's inside. And she will only purchase if she is aware of those ingredients. If not, she immediately discards that packet.

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