Amy Lou Adams (born August 20, 1974) is an American entertainer. Known for her comedic and emotional exhibitions, she appeared several times in the annual ranking of the most generously compensated entertainers in the world. Her honors include two Golden Globes and a selection for six Academy Awards and seven British Academy Film Awards.
Adams was born in Vicenza, Italy and raised in Castle Rock, Colorado. He is the fourth of seven relatives. She was preparing to become a ballet dancer, but discovered at the age of 18 that the melodic auditorium was an excellent fit and worked in the supper theater from 1994 to 1998. She made her elementary film debut with a supporting role in the 1999 parody Drop Dead Gorgeous. After moving to Los Angeles, she appeared on television and took on the role of the “mean young lady” in limited highlights. Her first significant job came in Steven Spielberg’s 2002 biography Catch Me If You Can, inverse Leonardo DiCaprio, but a short time later she was unemployed for a year. Her progress came in the play of a talkative pregnant woman in the 2005 autonomous film Junebug.
Adams was raised as an individual in Latter-day Saints of Jesus Christ until their people separated and left the ward in 1985. She had no firm beliefs but said that she treasured her childhood for showing her adoration and empathy. After the separation, her father moved to Arizona and remarried while the teenagers stayed with their mother. Her mother turned into a semi-skilled muscle head who took the kids to the exercise center as she prepared. Adams has contrasted her uninhibited early years and her relatives, Lord of the Flies. She described herself as a “rough, extreme kid” and said she had fought with different children from time to time.