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Amy Frederica Brenneman Wiki/Biography
Amy Frederica Brenneman was born on 22 June 1964, in New London, Connecticut USA, to Frederica Joanne, a judge of Jewish descent, and Russell Langdon Brenneman, Jr., an environmental lawyer of English, Irish, and Swiss descent. She is an actress, writer and producer, probably best known for starring in the CBS television series “Judging Amy”.
So just how rich is Amy Brenneman? According to sources, Brenneman has acquired a net worth of over $16 million, as of early 2017, the main source of her fortune has been her acting career which began in the early 1990s.
Amy Brenneman Net Worth $16 Million
Brenneman grew up in Glastonbury, Connecticut. Her involvement in acting started during her teenage years, participating in school and local theater productions. She then attended Harvard University, majoring in Comparative religion and graduating in 1987. While at college, she co-founded Cornerstone Theatre Company, appearing in its numerous projects.
Brenneman’s first television appearance came in 1992, with the short-lived dramatic comedy series “Middle Ages”. The following year she was cast as Det. Janice Licalsi in the successful police drama “N.Y.P.D. Blue”, which was her breakthrough role and earned her two Emmy Award nominations, greatly contributing to her net worth.
She soon expanded her range into big screen parts as well, appearing in the 1995 comedy “Bye Bye, Love” and the critically-acclaimed crime film “Heat” the same year. She then starred in “Nevada”, “Your Friends & Neighbors” and “The Suburbans”.
On television, she had a recurring role in the sitcom “Frazier” and appeared in a couple of TV films. All added to her wealth. In 1999, Brenneman was cast in a lead role in the television drama “Judging Amy”, playing Amy Grant, a divorced juvenile court judge. Aside from starring in it, she also served as the show’s writer and executive producer. The series, which centered around various court cases and Grants’s personal dramas, was based on the real-life experiences of Brenneman’s mother who worked as a superior court judge. It was an immediate success, lasting for six seasons until 2005, shooting Brenneman to fame and earning her three Emmy Award nominations and several awards, including a People’s Choice Award. Aside from boosting her popularity, the series significantly contributed to her wealth too.
In the meantime, the actress landed a number of films roles; she played Detective Kathy Faber in the 2000 ensemble cast film “Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her”, and an adult Bo Groden in the 2003 drama “Off the Map”. In 2007 she portrayed Shelly Barnes in the acclaimed thriller “88 Minutes”, and Sylvia Avila in the romantic drama “The Jane Austen Book Club”. The same year she was cast as psychiatrist Violet Turner in the ABC medical drama series “Private Practice”, a spin-off of Grey’s Anatomy. The show, which ran for six seasons until 2013, reinforced Brenneman’s popularity status, considerably improving her wealth too.
Meanwhile, she remained active on the big screen as well, landing roles in films such as “Downloading Nancy”, “Mother and Child” and “Words and Pictures”.
In 2014 she was cast in the lead role of Laurie Garvey in the HBO television series “The Leftovers”, and has remained in the show ever since. She also had the recurring role of Marie de Guise in the series “Reign”. Her most recent film appearance was in the 2016 short film “In the Shadows of the Rainbow”.
Brenneman has also served as a co-producer of the film “Nevada” and as executive producer of several episodes of the medical drama “Heartbeat”.
When it comes to her personal life, Brenneman has been married to director Brad Silberling since 1995. The couple has two children together. The actress has been known as a public supporter of abortion, as well as of more restrictive gun laws.
|Net Worth||$16 Million|
|Date Of Birth||June 22, 1964|
|Place Of Birth||New London, Connecticut, U.S.|
|Profession||Actress, writer, producer|
|Spouse||Brad Silberling (m. 1995-)|
|Children||Charlotte Silberling, Bodhi Silberling|
|Parents||Frederica Joanne, Russell Langdon Brenneman, Jr.|
|Awards||Women in Film Lucy Awards (2002), TV Guide Awards - Actress of the Year/Favorite Actress (2001, 2000), Bronze Leopard (2005, Locarno International Film Festival)|
|Nominations||Golden Globe Awards (2000-2002), Primetime Emmy Awards, Gotham Independent Film Award (2005), OFTA Television Award (2000), Golden Satellite Award (2002), Screen Actors Guild Awards (2003)|
|Movies||Nine Lives (2005), Nevada (1997), Casper (1995), Your Friends & Neighbors (1998), The Face of Love (2013), In the Shadows of the Rainbow (2016)|
|TV Shows||Judging Amy (1999), NYPD Blue (1993), Private Practice (2007-2013), The Leftovers (2014)|
|Designated Survivor||2016||TV Series camera operator - 4 episodes|
|Dark Matter||TV Series first assistant camera - 12 episodes, 2015 b camera operator - 3 episodes, 2016 a camera first assistant - 1 episode, 2015|
|Private Eyes||2016||TV Series first assistant camera - 1 episode|
|Lost Girl||TV Series a camera first assistant - 21 episodes, 2011 - 2013 first assistant camera - 8 episodes, 2013 - 2015 b camera operator - 4 episodes, 2013 camera operator - 2 episodes, 2012|
|The Best Man Holiday||2013||first assistant camera: "b" camera|
|Lost Girl: An Evening at the Clubhouse||2013||TV Special b camera operator|
|The Listener||TV Series first assistant 'b' camera - 9 episodes, 2013 first assistant: - 2 episodes, 2013 first assistant "b" camera - 1 episode, 2013 first assistant - 1 episode, 2013|
|Lost Girl: ConFAEdential||2013||TV Special b camera operator|
|Living in Your Car||2010||TV Series "a" camera focus puller - 11 episodes|
|Flashpoint||2008-2009||TV Series first assistant camera - 4 episodes|
|Defendor||2009||first assistant camera|
|The Lazarus Project||2008||first assistant camera|
|XIII: The Conspiracy||2008||TV Mini-Series first assistant camera - 2 episodes|
|Murdoch Mysteries||2008||TV Series first assistant camera - 13 episodes|
|A Raisin in the Sun||2008||TV Movie first assistant camera|
|The Company||2007||TV Mini-Series assistant camera - 6 episodes|
|Zoom||2006||first assistant camera|
|Take the Lead||2006||first assistant camera: "a" camera|
|Kojak||2005||TV Series first assistant camera - 2 episodes|
|Widow on the Hill||2005||TV Movie first assistant camera|
|Assault on Precinct 13||2005||first assistant camera|
|A Separate Peace||2004||TV Movie first assistant camera|
|The Prince and Me||2004||first assistant camera|
|The Skulls III||2004||Video focus puller|
|Wrong Turn||2003/I||focus puller|
|Blizzard||2003||first assistant camera|
|Cube²: Hypercube||2002||first assistant camera|
|Guilt by Association||2002||TV Movie first assistant camera - uncredited|
|John Q||2002||first assistant camera|
|WiseGirls||2002||first assistant camera|
|Harvard Man||2001||first assistant camera|
|A Rumor of Angels||2000||first assistant camera|
|X-Men||2000||first assistant camera: "b" camera|
|American Psycho||2000||first assistant camera|
|The Lady in Question||1999||TV Movie first assistant camera|
|In the Company of Spies||1999||TV Movie first assistant camera|
|The Third Miracle||1999||first assistant camera|
|The Boondock Saints||1999||first assistant camera|
|Different||1999||TV Movie first assistant camera|
|Blue Moon||1999||TV Movie first assistant camera|
|Giving Up the Ghost||1998||TV Movie first assistant camera|
|Blackjack||1998||TV Movie first assistant camera|
|Half Baked||1998||first assistant camera|
|Titanic||1997||second assistant camera: "b" camera, Halifax contemporary shoot|
|Maximum Risk||1996||second assistant camera|
|Bogus||1996||second assistant camera|
|Harriet the Spy||1996||second assistant camera|
|Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy||1996||second assistant camera|
|Never Talk to Strangers||1995||second assistant camera|
|Canadian Bacon||1995||video playback operator|
|Dolores Claiborne||1995||video assist operator|