Amy Acker Net Worth

Amy Acker Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Jerramy Acker net worth is
$500 Thousand

Jerramy Acker Wiki Biography

Amy Louise Acker was born on the 5th December 1976, in Dallas, Texas USA, and is an actress best known to the world for playing Root in the TV series “Person of Interest” (2012-2016), and as Beatrice in the film “Much Ado About Nothing” (2012), among many other roles. Amy`s career began in 1998.

Have you ever wondered how rich Amy Acker is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Amy`s net worth is as high as $500,000, earned through her successful career in the entertainment industry.

Amy Acker Net Worth $500,000

Amy grew up in her hometown, raised by her homestay mother, and a father who worked as a lawyer. She went to Lake Highlands High School, after which she enrolled at Southern Methodist University, from which she graduated with a bachelor`s degree in theater, and went on to further her education with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. While in college, Acker launched her fashion career posing for the J. Crew catalog, but soon after graduation ventured into the acting world.

Amy made her screen debut in the TV series “Wishbone” (1997-1998), and before 2000 started she featured in another series – “To Serve and Protect” (1999). In 2001 she was cast in the role of Winifred Burkle/Illyria in the TV series “Angel”, and stayed in the show until 2004, earned a considerable amount towards her net worth, but also her popularity soared. In 2002 she appeared in several successful projects, including “Groom Lake” and “Catch Me If You Can”, which also added to her net worth. In 2005, she was chosen for the role of Kelly Peyton, appearing in 13 episodes, and in 2006 landed the role of Jill Yarrut in the film “The Novice”. In 2008 she starred in the fantasy film “The Dragon Chronicles: Fire and Ice”, alongside Tom Wisdom and John Rhys-Davies, however the film was a complete failure.

The next year Amy landed the lead role in “21 and a Wake-Up”, and also featured in the TV series “Dollhouse” through 2009 and 2010. In 2011 Amy was once again the lead, this time portraying Molly in the film “Sironia”, and 2012 was quite successful for Amy too, as she appeared in films “The Cabin in the Woods”, and “Much Ado About Nothing”, while she was also selected for the role of Samantha “Root” Groves in the TV series “Person of Interest” (2012-2016), which increased her net worth by a large margin. She focused on the show, but still managed to secure roles in such TV series as “Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated”, in which she lent her voice to Nova, and “Con Man” (2015-2016) as Dawn Jones.

Most recently, Amy was selected for the roles Lilly James in “A Nutcracker Christmas” (2016), Amanda in “When Jack Went Glamping”, and Claire in “The Energy Specialist”, all of which will be released by the end of 2016, and which will certainly increase further Amy`s net worth.

Thanks to her skills, Amy has won several prestigious awards, including the Saturn Award in category Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series for her work on the series “Angel”, and has been nominated three more times for the same award.

Regarding her personal life, Amy has been married to actor James Carpinello since 2003; the couple has two children together.

Full NameAmy Acker
Net Worth$500 Thousand
Date Of BirthDecember 5, 1976
Place Of BirthDallas, Texas, U.S.
Height1.73 m
EducationLake Highlands High School, Southern Methodist University
SpouseJames Carpinello
ChildrenAva Grace Carpinello, Jackson James Carpinello
NominationsSatellite Award for Best Supporting Actress - Drama Series
MoviesMuch Ado About Nothing, The Cabin in the Woods, Catch Me If You Can, Let's Kill Ward's Wife, Dear Santa, 21 and a Wake-Up, Sironia, Groom Lake, Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt, Fire and Ice: The Dragon Chronicles, Crossroads, The Lord of Catan, Mr. Dramatic, To Serve and Pr...
TV ShowsPerson of Interest, Happy Town, Dollhouse, Drive, Alias, Angel, Wishbone
1[on knowing Joss Whedon before the role of Fred on Angel (1999)] I wouldn't say I knew much about Joss Whedon, but I did know about Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997). My boyfriend in college, his roommate and his girlfriend had 'Buffy' pizza night every Tuesday. At first I was like, 'I don't know about this show, a vampire show,' and immediately got sucked in. I was like, 'This is the best writing ever.'
2[interview in "Fresno Bee", 2/4/04, on her Angel (1999) character Fred] Looking back at my character, I've gotten to do about 12 different parts because I started out crazy, in a potato sack, in a demon dimension. Now I'm in charge of this multi-million-dollar science lab. The journey between those points has really brought a lot of strength to the role.
3[1/23/03] I want to be strong and a vampire slayer.
4[1/23/03, on her Angel (1999) character Fred facing the evil vampire Angelus as played by star David Boreanaz, who ad-libbed a lot of his lines] I think it's great; he has so much fun playing that character. It's a lot of improvisation and taking risks. You never know what he's going to say; it changes from take to take. He's definitely trying to make a shock; he's going out of his way to make me uncomfortable. It's hard. She [Fred] has heard everything he can do. He's bringing out some of the vulnerability in Fred.
5[3/17/03, on meeting Alyson Hannigan, whose Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) character "Willow" crossed over to take part on Angel (1999) for the season-4 episode, Angel: Orpheus (2003)] This is our first time actually meeting each other. She's pretty cool, so I'm hoping that Joss will maybe make me a witch or something, too.
1Her ancestry includes English, as well as German, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, and French.
2Guest-starred as "Dr. Claire Saunders" on Joss Whedon's Dollhouse (2009). [2009]
3Guest-voiced as "The Huntress" for the Cartoon Network's Justice League (2001) (aka "Justice League Unlimited") for the episode, Justice League: Double Date (2005). [2004]
4Close friend of Neil Patrick Harris.
5Wore her own glasses as "Fred" on Angel (1999).
6Second child, a daughter, Ava Grace Carpinello, born 1 September 2006 in Los Angeles, weighing 7 lbs, 4 oz.
7Starting with the season five episode, Alias: S.O.S. (2006), she was promoted from guest star to series regular on Alias (2001), and appeared in the opening credits, until the series ended.
8Son, Jackson James Carpinello, born 22 January 2005.
9While on Angel (1999), she and her co-star, J. August Richards, shared a trailer for quite some time.
101995 graduate of Lake Highlands High School.
11She studied ballet, modern dance and jazz dance for 13 years before moving onto acting. She underwent knee surgery while in high school, ending her ballet career, and she began to study acting in her sophomore year. She enrolled at Southern Methodist University in 1995 to take advantage of that school's renowned theatrical program.


The Energy Specialist2016completedClaire
When Jack Went Glamping2016post-productionAmanda
A Nutcracker Christmas2016TV Movie filmingLilly James
MacGyver2016TV SeriesSarah Adler
Person of Interest2012-2016TV SeriesRoot The Machine Samantha Groves ...
Con Man2015-2016TV SeriesDawn / Dawn Jones
Suits2015TV SeriesEsther Edelstein
A Novel Romance2015TV MovieSophie
Let's Kill Ward's Wife2014Gina
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.2014TV SeriesAudrey Nathan
The Lord of Catan2014ShortSugar Monkey
Husbands2013TV SeriesClaudia
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation2011-2013TV SeriesSandy Larken Sandy Colfax
Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated2013TV SeriesNova
Warehouse 132012TV SeriesTracey
Much Ado About Nothing2012/IBeatrice
The Cabin in the Woods2012Lin
Once Upon a Time2012TV SeriesNova / Sister Astrid
Grimm2012TV SeriesLena Marcinko
Dear Santa2011TV MovieCrystal Carruthers
No Ordinary Family2010TV SeriesAmanda Grayson
Happy Town2010TV SeriesRachel Conroy
The Good Wife2010TV SeriesTrish Arkin
Human Target2010TV SeriesKatherine Walters
Dollhouse2009-2010TV SeriesDr. Claire Saunders Whiskey Clyde Randolph ...
21 and a Wake-Up2009Caitlin Murphy
Private Practice2008TV SeriesMolly Madison
Fire & Ice2008TV MoviePrincess Luisa
October Road2008TV SeriesJenny Bristol / Girl in Blue Uniform
A Near Death Experience2008TV MovieEllie Daly
Ghost Whisperer2007TV SeriesTessa
Law & Order: Criminal Intent2007TV SeriesLeslie LeZard
Drive2007TV SeriesKathryn Tully
The Novice2006Jill Yarrut
Alias2005-2006TV SeriesKelly Peyton
How I Met Your Mother2006TV SeriesPenelope
The Unit2006TV SeriesKim Brown
Justice League2005-2006TV SeriesThe Huntress Helena Bertinelli Little Girl ...
Supernatural2005TV SeriesAndrea Barr
Mr. Dramatic2005ShortJodi
Johnny Bravo2004TV SeriesJackie / Cashier
Angel2001-2004TV SeriesWinifred Burkle Illyria
Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt2003TV MovieBonnie Lindsey
Catch Me If You Can2002Miggy
Groom Lake2002Kate
The Accident2001ShortNina
Special Unit 22001TV SeriesNancy
To Serve and Protect1999TV Mini-SeriesMelissa Jorgensen
Wishbone1997-1998TV SeriesCatherine Morland Priscilla Venus


'Angel': Season 3 Overview2004Video documentary special thanks


Sidewalks Entertainment2013TV SeriesHerself - Guest
'Angel': The Final Season2005Video documentaryHerself
'Angel': Season 4 Overview2004Video documentaryHerself
'Angel': Season 3 Overview2004Video documentaryHerself

Archive Footage

Cinemassacre's Monster Madness2014TV Series documentaryLin
Chelsea Lately2012TV SeriesNova
Supernatural2011TV SeriesAndrea Barr

Won Awards

2015Festival AwardNortheast Film Festival, USBest Actress in a Short FilmThe Lord of Catan (2014)
2014ISAIndie Series AwardsBest Guest Star - ComedyHusbands (2011)
2012Best ActressHill Country Film Festival, USSironia (2011)
2004Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Supporting Actress in a Television SeriesAngel (1999)

Nominated Awards

2014IAWTV AwardInternational Academy of Web Television AwardsBest Female Performance in a ComedyHusbands (2011)
2005Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Supporting Actress on TelevisionAngel (1999)
2004Golden Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, DramaAngel (1999)
2003Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Supporting Actress in a Television SeriesAngel (1999)
2002Cinescape Genre Face of the Future AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USAFemaleAngel (1999)

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