Amy Adams Biography
Because of the positive reviews, Amy Adams earned in her role in Drop Dead Gorgeous, she received more offers both on film and TV. She also became good friends with Kirstie Alley, and thus she moved to Los Angeles.
During this time, she became a regular guest star on successful TV shows including Providence, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and That 70s Show. She became active in doing independent films too, a few being Psycho Beach Party and The Chromium Hook. Amy Adams was also seen in an episode of Smallville in 2001, which was followed by The West Wing in 2002.
Still in 2002, Amy Adams was again seen star-studded movies such as Serving Sara opposite Elizabeth Hurley, and Pumpkin, this time with Christina Ricci. These were followed by her unforgettable role in Steven Spielbergs Catch Me if You Can as Leonardo DiCaprios bride-to-be. The year after, she starred alongside Ryan Gosling in The Slaughter Rule. The year 2004 billed Amy Adams with Fred Savage in the comedy film The Last Run, as well as guest appearances in the animated series King of the Hill.
Amy Adams was once again noticed in the 2005 romantic comedy The Wedding Date, when she played Debra Messings half-sister. Soon after, she landed on the recurring roles of Katy in the TV series The Office. Yet, there were still lots more in store for Amy Adams. She garnered critical acclaim in her performance as a Southern belle in the film Junebug. She received the Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, Best Supporting Actress Award in the National Society of Film Critics, and the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Actress. This film also gave her an Academy Award nomination for her role.
Amy Adams starred alongside Will Ferrell and Sache Baron Cohen in the comedy flick Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby as well as Moonlight Serenade in 2006. She will also be seen in the upcoming movie Enchanted, which is scheduled to be released on November 2007.