Amy Irving Net Worth

Amy Irving Net Worth 2022: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Amy Davis Irving net worth is
$120 Million

Amy Davis Irving Wiki Biography

Amy Davis Irving was born on 10th September, 1953 in Palo Alto, California, USA of Jewish American descent. She is a famous American actress, a nominee for an Academy Award. Amy landed the roles in such famous feature films as “Carrie” (1976), “The Fury” (1978), “Yentl” (1983) and “Crossing Delancey” (1988). Irving is also known for her outstanding appearances on Broadway as well as Off-Broadway. The actress has been active in the industry since 1975.

How rich is Amy Irving? It has been reported by reliable sources that in 2015 her wealth is equal to $120 million, the main source of Amy’s net worth is through her acting career
Both Amy’s parents were involved in the entertainment industry. Her father, Jules Irving, worked as a stage and film director whereas her mother, Priscilla Pointer, was an actress. Amy studied at the American Conservatory Theatre and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Irving graduated from Professional Children’s School.

Amy Irving Net Worth $120 Million

The success story of the actress begins in her early childhood as she landed her first role at the age of 2. Little Amy had the part of a princess in her father’s directed play. In 1965, she debuted on the Broadway with a role in the comedy “The Country Wife”. More, she appeared in other Broadway plays including “Amadeus” (1981–1982), “Heartbreak House” (1983–1984), “Broken Glass” (1994), “Three Sisters” (1997) and “The Coast of Utopia” (2006–2007), all of which added considerably to Amy’s net worth.

Having a look at Amy Irving’s career on television and cinema, it is clear that a nominee for two Golden Globes and Academy Awards is recognized by critics and loved by audiences. Irving has appeared in various television series and films including “The Rookies”(1975), “Happy Days” (1975), “I’m a Fool“(1976) and “ Spin City”(1999). However, the most successful role she managed to create was in the television film “Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna” (1986) directed by Marvin J. Chomsky. For the role of Anastasia Anderson, Irving was nominated for a Golden Globe Award as the Best Actress. Among the best roles landed in feature films are the Hadass Vishkower role in the film “Yentl” (1983) which was nominated for the Academy Award, and the role of Isabelle Grossman in “Crossing Delancey” (1988) which was nominated for the Golden Globe Award. What is more, the actress won the Screen Actors Guild Award for her appearance in the film “Traffic” (2000) directed by Steven Soderbergh, and Florida Film Critics Circle Award for her role of Patricia in the film “Thirteen Conversations About One Thing” (2001) directed by Jill Sprecher. Her latest roles include Rebecca Buchwald in the feature film “Adam” (2010), Alice Tanner” in an episode of the series “House” (2010) and Melanie Lynch in episodes of “Zero Hour” (2013).

In her personal life, Amy Irving has been married three times. In 1985 she married the legendary film director, producer and screenwriter, Steven Spielberg. However, they divorced in 1989. They have a child together named Max Spielberg. In 1996, Amy married another famous film director, Bruno Barreto. They divorced in 2005, having one child together, Gabriel Barreto. Amy Irving is now married to Kenneth Bowser.

Full NameAmy Irving
Net Worth$120 Million
Date Of BirthSeptember 10, 1953
Place Of BirthPalo Alto, California, United States
Height5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
ProfessionAmerican actress
EducationLondon Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, Professional Children's School
SpouseKenneth Bowser (m. 2007), Bruno Barreto (m. 1996–2005), Steven Spielberg (m. 1985–1989)
ChildrenMax Spielberg, Gabriel Barreto
ParentsPriscilla Pointer, Jules Irving
SiblingsKatie Irving, David Irving
NicknamesAmy Davis Irving
AwardsScreen Actors Guild Award (2000), Florida Film Critics Circle Award (2001)
NominationsGolden Globe Award as the Best Actress (1988),Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress (1983), Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actress (1980)
Movies“Yentl” (1983), “Crossing Delancey” (1988), “Traffic” (2000), Adam” (2010), "Alice Tanner", “House” (2010), “Zero Hour” (2013)
TV Shows“The Country Wife” (1965), “Amadeus” (1981–1982), “Heartbreak House” (1983–1984), “Broken Glass” (1994), “Three Sisters” (1997), “The Coast of Utopia” (2006–2007)
1Frequent appearances in movies with real-life mother Priscilla Pointer
1[on Barbra Streisand, directing her in Yentl (1983)] She'd fix my hair ribbons, brush an eyelash off my cheek, paint my lips to match the color of the fruit on the table. I was like her little doll that she could dress up.
2Actors are not a great breed of people, I don't think. I count myself as something of an exception. I grew up in the theater, and my values were about the work, and not being a star or anything like that. I'm not spoiled in that way, and if I fight for something, it's about the work, not about how big my trailer is.
3I used to travel in tennis shoes; I am just not allowed to anymore. I'm an old hippie from San Francisco.
4During my marriage to Steven, I felt like a politician's wife. There were certain things expected of me that definitely weren't me. One of my problems is that I'm very honest and direct. You pay a price for that. But then I behaved myself and I paid a price too.
5(1977, about her decisions on working with her then partner) I would love to work for Steven [Spielberg] but, right now, I want to make it on my own first. I do not ever want to be known as "Steven Spielberg's girlfriend".
6I get along great with directors, but I think some producers would tell you I'm a pain. They may say I'm tough to work with, but I have a great passion for what I do. I believe in fighting for it.
1Add M. as a middle initial to Katie Irving.
2She was the only cast member of Carrie (1976) to reprise her role, namely that of Sue Snell, in the sequel The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999).
3Is one of 26 actresses to have received an Academy Award nomination for their performance in a musical; hers being Yentl (1983). The others, in chronological order, are: Bessie Love (The Broadway Melody (1929)), Grace Moore (One Night of Love (1934)), Jean Hagen (Singin' in the Rain (1952)), Marjorie Rambeau (Torch Song (1953)), Dorothy Dandridge (Carmen Jones (1954)), Deborah Kerr (The King and I (1956)), Rita Moreno (West Side Story (1961)), Gladys Cooper (My Fair Lady (1964)), Julie Andrews (Mary Poppins (1964), The Sound of Music (1965), and Victor Victoria (1982)), Debbie Reynolds (The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964)), Peggy Wood (The Sound of Music (1965)), Carol Channing (Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967)), Kay Medford (Funny Girl (1968)), Barbra Streisand (Funny Girl (1968)), Liza Minnelli (Cabaret (1972)), Ronee Blakley (Nashville (1975)), Lily Tomlin (Nashville (1975)), Ann-Margret (Tommy (1975)), Lesley Ann Warren (Victor Victoria (1982)), Nicole Kidman (Moulin Rouge! (2001)), Queen Latifah (Chicago (2002)), Catherine Zeta-Jones (Chicago (2002)), Renée Zellweger (Chicago (2002)), Jennifer Hudson (Dreamgirls (2006)), Penelope Cruz (Nine (2009)), Anne Hathaway (Les Misérables (2012)), and 'Meryl Streep (Into the Woods (2014)).
4Appeared at a special screening/Q&A session of her classic film, Carrie (1976), along with the director Brian De Palma, at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' theater. [October 2007]
5Amy's father was of Russian Jewish descent. One of Amy's maternal great-great-grandfathers, Jacob Barrett Cohen, was from a Jewish family (of both Ashkenazi and Sephardi origin) that had lived in the United States since the 1700s, with ancestors who fought in the American Revolution and the War of 1812. Amy's mother's other ancestry is English, along with Welsh, Northern Irish (Scots-Irish), and German.
6Attended the Professional Children's School in Manhattan, New York City.
7Amy Irving and Willie Nelson started a relationship on the set of Honeysuckle Rose (1980) (despite his marriage). However, Irving later left Nelson for Steven Spielberg.
8Was originally going to play Marion Ravenwood in Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), but split from her director boyfriend at the time Steven Spielberg who was responsible for the film. The two later got together again in around 1984.
9As a favor for Robert Zemeckis, she sung "Why Don't You Do Right?" for sultry heroine Jessica Rabbit in the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988). Kathleen Turner supplied the character's speaking voice. However, Irving did not receive a paycheck for her work.
10Replaced Jane Seymour in the role of Constanze Webber on the Broadway play "Amadeus" from 1981 to the show's end in 1983.
11In 1965, she appeared in a play as a walk-on opposite Stacy Keach.
12The scene in Carrie (1976) where her character Sue Snell is walking along the footpath to put flowers on Carrie's burnt house (dream sequence). Director Brian De Palma wanted Amy to walk backwards in that shot in order to make it look more "dreamy". That explains why a car in the background appears to be driving in reverse and birds are flying backwards.
13Auditioned for the roles of Stephanie in Saturday Night Fever (1977) and Princess Leia Organa in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977).
14Desperately wanted to play the role of Lydia Maxwell in Innerspace (1987), which Steven Spielberg (her husband at the time) was working on as executive producer, but she lost the role to Meg Ryan.
15She's completely opposed to cosmetic surgery.
16Has appeared with her real-life mother Priscilla Pointer in seven films: Carrie (1976), Honeysuckle Rose (1980), The Competition (1980), Micki + Maude (1984), Rumpelstiltskin (1987), A Show of Force (1990) and Carried Away (1996).
17Often co-stars with her mother, Priscilla Pointer, who usually plays her mother or mother-in-law.
18Has two sons, Max Spielberg (born June 13, 1985), with Steven Spielberg, and Gabriel Barreto (born May 4, 1990), with Bruno Barreto.
19In addition to being the first-ever "winner" of the Worst Supporting Actress Razzie (for her performance opposite Willie Nelson in Honeysuckle Rose (1980)), she is only one of two actors, as of 2015, to be nominated for both an Oscar and a Razzie Award for the same performance. As Barbra Streisand's "wife" in Yentl (1983), Irving got both a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination and a Worst Supporting Actress Razzie nomination. She did not win either award. The other such "Best" and "Worst" nominee is James Coco in Only When I Laugh (1981), he who also did not win either award.
20Has played wife to Brazilian director Bruno Barreto since 1990 and has a son, Gabriel Barreto, by him. They eventually married in 1996.
21Younger sister of director David Irving and Katie Irving.
22She was the subject of a running joke in the comic book E-Man, published by Charlton Comics and later by First Comics. One of the supporting characters, Teddy Q, a sentient (though mute - think Snoopy-like) koala, was in love with her, and frequently sent her fan mail.
23When she reprised her role from Carrie (1976) as Sue Snell in The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999), Irving can be seen banging on the door of the ill-fated party to be allowed in. She did the same thing in the original film in which her character is banging on the door of the gym to be let in during the famous bloodletting prom scene.
24Listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1979" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 31 (1979).
25Daughter of Priscilla Pointer and Jules Irving. Niece of Richard Irving.
26Her prenuptial agreement with filmmaker Steven Spielberg netted her an estimated cool $100m when the couple separated in 1989.


My Cricket and Me2017post-productionLily Ramsey
The Good Wife2015TV SeriesPhyllis Barsetto
Zero Hour2013TV SeriesMelanie Lynch Lynch
House M.D.2010TV SeriesAlice Tanner
Adam2009/IRebecca Buchwald
Alias2002-2005TV SeriesEmily Sloane
Hide and Seek2005Alison Callaway
Tuck Everlasting2002Mother Foster
American Masters2001TV Series documentaryVoice of Novels
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit2001TV SeriesRebecca Ramsey
Thirteen Conversations About One Thing2001Patricia
Traffic2000Barbara Wakefield
Bossa Nova2000Mary Ann Simpson
Spin City1999TV SeriesLindsay Shaw
Blue Ridge Fall1999Ellie Perkins
The Rage: Carrie 21999Sue Snell
The Confession1999Sarah Fertig
One Tough Cop1998FBI Agent Jean Devlin
Stories from My Childhood1998TV SeriesAnastasia
Deconstructing Harry1997Jane
I'm Not Rappaport1996Clara Gelber
Carried Away1996Rosealee Henson
Call of the Wylie1995ShortMel
Kleptomania1995Diana Allen
Twilight Zone: Rod Serling's Lost Classics1994TV MovieJames' Fiancee (segment "The Theater")
Benefit of the Doubt1993Karen Braswell
An American Tail: Fievel Goes West1991Miss Kitty (voice)
A Show of Force1990Kate Melendez
Casualties of War1989Voice of girl on the train (uncredited)
Nightmare Classics1989TV SeriesThe Governess
Michael Jackson: Liberian Girl1989Video shortAmy Irving (uncredited)
Crossing Delancey1988Isabelle Grossman
She's Having a Baby1988Amy Irving (uncredited)
Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna1986TV MovieAnna Anderson
Great Performances1985TV SeriesEllie Dunn
Micki + Maude1984Maude Salinger
The Far Pavilions1984TV Mini-SeriesAnjuli
Never Say Never Again1983Female Computer Eye Scan Voice (voice, unconfirmed, uncredited)
The Competition1980Heidi Joan Schoonover
Honeysuckle Rose1980Lily Ramsey
Voices1979Rosemarie Lemon
The Fury1978Gillian Bellaver
I'm a Fool1977TV MovieLucy
Once an Eagle1976-1977TV Mini-SeriesEmily Pawlfrey Massengale
Carrie1976Sue Snell
Panache1976TV MovieAnne
Dynasty1976TV MovieAmanda Blackwood
James Dean1976TV MovieNorma Jean
Happy Days1975TV SeriesOlivia
Police Woman1975TV SeriesJune Hummel
The Rookies1975TV SeriesCindy Mullins


Who Framed Roger Rabbit1988"Why Don't You Do Right?"
Honeysuckle Rose1980performer: "If You Want Me to I Will", "You Show Me Yours and I'll Show You Mine"


Carried Away1996executive producer
Citizen Steve1987Documentary short producer

Music Department

Who Framed Roger Rabbit1988singing voice: Kathleen Turner


Working in the Theatre2007TV Series documentary archival photos - 1 episode


Phil Ochs: There But for Fortune2010Documentary special thanks
The Guys2002special thanks


Working in the Theatre2007TV Series documentaryHerself
The Tony Danza Show2006TV SeriesHerself
Hide and Seek: Do You Want to Play? The Making of 'Hide and Seek'2005Video documentary shortHerself
The Barry Z Show2005TV SeriesHerself
Backstory2005TV Series documentaryHerself
E! True Hollywood Story2004TV Series documentaryHerself
Dinner for Five2004TV SeriesHerself
The Impressionists2001TV Movie documentary voice
Acting 'Carrie'2001Video documentary shortHerself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbra Streisand2001TV Special documentaryHerself
Inside Traffic: The Making of 'Traffic'2000TV Short documentaryHerself
Margaret Sanger1999TV Movie documentary voice
Intimate Portrait1999TV Series documentaryHerself
The Directors1999TV Series documentaryHerself
Michael Jackson: HIStory on Film - Volume II1997Video documentaryHerself (segment "Liberian Girl")
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Steven Spielberg1996TV Special documentaryHerself
The 48th Annual Tony Awards1994TV SpecialHerself - Co-Host
Late Night with Conan O'Brien1994TV SeriesHerself
A Century of Women1994TV Mini-Series documentary
1993 Environmental Media Awards1993TV SpecialHerself
Danger: Kids at Work1991TV Movie documentaryHost
Cinema 31989TV SeriesHerself
Steven Spielberg: An American Cinematheque Tribute1989TV MovieHerself - Speaker
The 61st Annual Academy Awards1989TV SpecialHerself - Presenter: Best Original Screenplay
The 46th Annual Golden Globe Awards1989TV SpecialHerself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy / Musical
The Starlight Annual Foundation Benefit1988TV SpecialHerself
The 42nd Annual Tony Awards1988TV SpecialHerself - Presenter: Best Featured Actor in a Play
Citizen Steve1987Documentary shortHerself - Wife
Funny, You Don't Look 200: A Constitutional Vaudeville1987TV Movie documentaryHerself
The 44th Annual Golden Globe Awards1987TV SpecialHerself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1984-1986TV SeriesHerself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Billy Wilder1986TV Special documentaryHerself
The 57th Annual Academy Awards1985TV Special documentaryHerself - Presenter: Best Sound Mixing
Hour Magazine1984TV SeriesHerself
The 56th Annual Academy Awards1984TV Special documentaryHerself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role
A Film Is Born: The Making of 'Yentl'1983TV Short documentaryHerself / Hadass
Late Night with David Letterman1983TV SeriesHerself

Archive Footage

A Night at the Movies: The Horrors of Stephen King2011TV Movie documentarySue Snell
... A Father... A Son... Once Upon a Time in Hollywood2005TV Movie documentaryBarbara Wakefield

Won Awards

2003FFCC AwardFlorida Film Critics Circle AwardsBest Ensemble CastThirteen Conversations About One Thing (2001)
2001ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion PictureTraffic (2000)
1981Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst Supporting ActressHoneysuckle Rose (1980)

Nominated Awards

2002OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Guest Actress in a Drama SeriesAlias (2001)
2001GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Spoken Word Album
1989Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or MusicalCrossing Delancey (1988)
1987Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for TelevisionAnastasia: The Mystery of Anna (1986)
1984OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actress in a Supporting RoleYentl (1983)
1984Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst Supporting ActressYentl (1983)
1980Stinker AwardThe Stinkers Bad Movie AwardsWorst Supporting ActressHoneysuckle Rose (1980)
1980Stinker AwardThe Stinkers Bad Movie AwardsWorst On-Screen CoupleThe Competition (1980)

Known for movies

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