Amy Acker Biography
Pursuing her love for acting, she went to Undermain Theatre and appeared in The Tempest and in Much Ado About Nothing. Her performance in Much Ado About Nothing won her the Raquin Award. Deciding to take her acting dreams further she moved to New York and landed roles in many independent films including the The Accident and in Emergency Specialist, where she played with Ged Dickerson.
After her successful stint in New York, she moved to Los Angeles and soon after landed a role in an independent feature Groomlake. William Shatner directed and wrote the screenplay for Groomlake. Then Amy got the role in Angel where she joined as one of the main cast in its third season. She had the important role of Fred in the series. Then in between season third and fourth of Angel she landed a part in Steven Spielbergs Catch Me If You Can alongside Leonardo Di Caprio.
In 2005, she appeared with Heather Locklear and Hillary Duff in the hit comedy film Perfect Man. Just recently she landed the role of Kathy Kersh in the movie for TV Back to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt. The feature is about the making of the hit television series Batman.
When the series Angel ended Amy appeared in The Novice and guessed in the series Supernatural. She was also the voice of The Huntress in the animation Justice League. She also has a recurring role, Kelly Peyton, in ABCs Alias. Among all her roles she is most know as Kelly Peyton, the hot secret agent.
Her other role included Nina in The Accident which was released in 2001. She appeared also in 2005 short film Mr. Dramatic. She still continues to appear in independent films despite her major big screen and television roles.
She married James Carpinello in 2003 and their first child, Jackson, was born in 2005.