American actress, singer, and dancer popular for her role in Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical in 2005. Moreover, she has appeared in Synecdoche, New York in 2008 and Royal Pains in 2009.
Amy Spanger entered this world on August 24, 1971, in Newbury, Massachusetts, the United States. She was born to American parents. As of 2019, her age is 48 years old while her birth sign is Virgo.
Amy holds American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. She enrolled in Triton Regional High School located in Byfield, Massachusetts. Similarly, she completed her graduation in 1989 from there.
Amy has a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall and with her body weight 52 kg. She has an amazing bikini body measurements of 34-26-35 inches respectively. Her hair is blonde and eyes are dark brown. Similarly, she is active on social sites like Instagram and Twitter.
Amy began her professional career at the age of 24, debuting in musical Sunset Boulevard in 1995. After that, she played the role of Lois Lane (Bianca) in the Broadway revival of Kiss Me, Kate. Similarly, she appeared in the role of Roxie Hart in Urinetown, Hope Cladwell.
She also played the role of Holly in The Wedding Singer in 2006. After that, she appeared doing ads for the national touring companies of Rent and Chicago. Amy played the role of Susan in the off-Broadway production musical tick, tick… BOOM! of Jonathan Larson.
Similarly, her other stage credits include Lunch, and Feeling Electric, which later became Next to Normal, in which she co-starred with actor Anthony Rapp. Her role of Sherrie for the Rock of Ages in the Broadway musical. However, she took leave form the production in early June 2009 for vocal rest.
After that, Amy because of her “personal reasons” permanently departing from the production on June 29. She joined the stage of the musical adaptation of Will Ferrell’s Christmas comedy Elf. The show ran on the Broadway for nine weeks and closed on January 2, 2001, at the Al Hirschfeld Theater.
The actress appeared on September 8, 2015, in the Broadway cast of Matilda the Musical as Mrs. Wormwood.
The actress has television credits which include Ed, Becker, Egg: The Arts Show, Six Feet Under, Law And Order: SVU, Michael and Michael Have Issues, and Bored to Death. Similarly, Amy also appeared in the Showtime original movie musical Reefer Madness in 2005, as the promiscuous Sally.
The actress, Amy has appeared in Synecdoche, New York in 2008 written and directed by Charlie Kaufman.
Similarly, the actress nominated for awards and accolade because of her performance in a Drama Desk for The Wedding Singer.
The Musical Movie Reefer Madness is an American musical comedy flim made in 2005. The flim directed by Andy Fickman, written by Kevin Murphy and Dan Studney, as well as produced by the three. Similarly, the film is an adaptation of the trio’s musical of the same name. In the year 1936 exploitation flim also titled same, premiered on Showtime on April 16, 2005.
In the film, we can see stars like Kristen Bell, Christian Campbell, and John Kassir reprising their stage roles. However, the notable role is played by, with the notable addition Alan Cumming and Ana Gasteyer. Similarly, Rober Torti who appeared in the characters of both Jack and Jesus onstage as well as portrays only the latter in their version.
Who is Amy Spanger Husband?
The actress Amy is a married woman. She is married to Brian Shepard. Her husband Brian is an American business personality. Amy and her husband walked down the aisle in a private wedding ceremony in the year 2011. The couple has been married for more than 8 years but yet to blessed with kids. As they are living happily together.
Previously, she was married to Michael C. Hall. Her ex-husband is an American actor. They exchanged the wedding vows on May 1, 2002. Just after 3 years of their married life, the duo quits in 2005. However, the divorce was finalized in 2006.
What is Amy Spanger Net Worth?
Hollywood actress Amy Spanger has a net worth of $6 million as of 2019. Her prime source of earning is her professional career.
According to online records, she has earned $1,900 in a week as a Broadway actress.