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Joanna Pacuła – Who actually is she? Net Worth, Husband

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• Joanna Pacuła is a Polish-American actress and former model, known for her role in "Gorky Park".
• She was raised in Poland and attended the Aleksander Zelwerowicz State Theatre Academy, before moving to the US and starting her modelling and acting career.
• Joanna has been credited with over 80 appearances in movies and TV series, with some of her most notable performances being in "Options" (1989), "Marked for Death" (1990), and "ICE Agent" (2013).
• She was in a relationship with Roman Polanski and was married to Hawk Koch, however they divorced without public knowledge.
• As of September 2020, Joanna's net worth is estimated to be over $6 million.

Who is Joanna Pacuła?

Joanna Pacuła was born in Tomaszow Lubelski, Poland, on 30 December 1957 – her zodiac sign is Capricorn and she holds both Polish and American nationality. She is an actress and a former model, who is perhaps still best known for her role in the crime mystery drama movie “Gorky Park”, which was based on the eponymous novel by Martin Cruz Smith and starred William Hurt, Lee Marvin and Brian Dennehy. The story follows a Moscow police officer who is investigating a triple murder, and for her performance, Joanna was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year – Actress.

Early life and education

Joanna was raised in Poland alongside her sister Ewa Pacuła who is a model today, by their father who was an engineer, and their mother who was a pharmacist.

Joanna became interested in acting while attending high school, and she appeared in nearly all the plays performed at her school, which motivated her to enroll at the Aleksander Zelwerowicz State Theatre Academy in 1975. After she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1979, she became a member of the Warsaw Dramatic Theatre, and appeared in many plays such as “As You Like It”, “Othello” and “Romeo and Juliet”, all by Shakespeare.

Joanna moved to Paris in 1981, and was there when martial law was declared in Poland – this motivated her not to return to her home country, but to move to the US and start working on her modelling and acting career.

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At that time, Joanna was dating the film director and actor Roman Polanski, who helped to launch her modelling career, and appear on the cover page of the magazine “Vogue”, while he later recommended Joanna for the role in “Gorky Park” which made her famous.

Roles in movies

Joanna has been credited with over 80 appearances in movies and TV series and we are about to mention some of her most notable performances in this article.

She made her debut film appearance in 1977, when cast to portray a student in the comedy drama “Camouflage”, then supporting characters in many other movies, such as the drama “Yokohama” in 1982, the romantic drama “Not Quite Paradise” in 1985 and the 1987 action drama “Death Before Dishonor”.

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She was praised for her portrayal of the lead character Princess Nicole of Belgium in the comedy movie “Options” in 1989, also starring Matt Salinger and John Kani and which follows a Master of Business Administration who travels to Africa for work, but ends up dating a Princess.

In 1990, Joanna starred alongside Steven Seagal in the action adventure crime movie “Marked for Death” and she then appear in several critically acclaimed movies, such as the drama “The Good Policeman” in 1991, the thriller horror mystery “Eyes of the Beholder” in 1992, and the 1994 comedy thriller “The Silence of the Hams” written and directed by Ezio Greggio, who also starred in the film in.

In the same year, Joanna made her debut voicing performance, when she lent her voice to Ursula von Kardoff in the historical film “Normandy: The Great Crusade”.

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In 1995 she portrayed Brenda Franelli in the comedy thriller “Captain Nuke and the Bomber Boys”, and the year 1997 saw her star as Selma in the comedy movie “Heaven Before I Die”, written and directed by Izidore K. Musallam, and which received mixed reviews.

She started the 2000s with her lead role in the action comedy movie “Crash and Byrnes”, while she then portrayed supporting characters in several movies, such as the adventure family science fiction film “Lightning: Bolts of Destruction” in 2003, the action drama “Moscow Heat” in 2004, and the drama “When Nietzsche Wept” in 2007. Joanna starred as Ruth Averill in the short drama “Good God Bad Dog” in 2011 which was both written and directed by Beni Atoori, and in 2013 appeared in the drama “The Banksters, Madoff with America”.

Joanna’s two most recent roles in movies have been in the action film “ICE Agent”, and the horror thriller drama “Kill Her, Not Me” both released in 2013, while she has recently finished shooting for the action movie “Break Even”.

Roles in TV series

Joanna made her debut TV series appearance in 1980, when she played Jola Morawiecka – ‘Sarna’ – in the Polish mini-series “Zielona Milosc” and in 1982, she starred as Gabi in nine episodes of the romantic drama “Jan Serce”.

The following years saw Joanna appear in single episodes of several series such as “Zycie Kamila Kuranta” and “07 Zglos Sie”, and gained recognition in 1986 when she starred as Marissa Freilich in the romantic war drama “Crossings”.

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She appeared in a single episode of the science fiction series “E.A.R.T.H. Force” in 1990, but her next role in a series came nine years later, when she guest starred as Yvonne Ballinger in the episode “Four of a Kind” of the western “Dead Man’s Gun”. In 2000, Joanna starred as Gogi in the comedy “Brutally Normal”, which also starred Eddie Kaye Thomas and Lea Moreno and is about a teenage boy and his friends.

Three of Joanna’s most recent roles in TV series have been in the episode “Rivals and Departures” of the romantic comedy “Jake in Progress” in 2005, the episode “Mr. Monk Falls in Love” of the comedy crime drama “Monk” in 2008, and the episode “The Turn in the Urn” of the comedy crime drama “Bones” in 2014.

Love life and husband

In the early ‘80s, Joanna was in a relationship with Roman Polanski who is today perhaps best known for having directed the movies “Chinatown” in 1974, “The Tenant” in 1976 and “The Ghost Writer” in 2010. They broke up in 1983, and only a month later Joanna met Hawk Koch, an American film producer, and they married in a private ceremony attended by their closest friends and family on 17 November 1984. The marriage lasted for several years before the two divorced quietly without letting the public know – it’s widely believed that the two split ways because Joanna didn’t want to have children, preferring to focus on her acting career.

Joanna hasn’t talked about any other men she might have been with since her split from Hawk, so as of September 2020, she is single, was once married and doesn’t have children.

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Hobbies and other interests

Joanna was physically very active during her 20s and 30s as her modelling career depended on it – she played various sports with her friends, had multiple training sessions at the gym each week, and followed a strict diet.

She is a lover of animals with cats being her favorites, and has had many pet cats since she launched her acting career.

She is keen on travelling and meeting new people and her acting career has taken her all around the world, while her dream travel destination is Paris in France.

Joanna has her own favorite actor and actress, who are Leonardo DiCaprio and Angelina Jolie, and a few of her favorite movies are “Inception”, “Titanic” and “Mr. and Mrs. Smith”.

Net worth

Joanna’s age is 62. She has long brown hair and blues eyes, her height is 5ft 9ins (1.75m) and she weighs around 135lbs (62kgs).

As of September 2020, her net worth has been estimated at over $6 million.

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  1. Bill Welcher

    December 7, 2021 at 8:55 am

    I thought Joanna Pacula was outstanding in Gorky Park when I saw it the first time in 1983. I watch it at least once or twice a year without fail and her performance is as outstanding to me now as it was the first time. The other primary cast members of William Hurt, Lee Marvin,Brian Dennehy, and Ian Bannen all do their usual excellent service to their respective roles. I highly recommend this movie if you have the opportunity.

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The Untold Truth Of Shaun Cassidy. Where Is He Today? Wiki

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Shaun Cassidy is an American singer, producer, writer and actor, born on 27 September 1958, in Los Angeles, California USA. He’s probably best known from appearing in TV series “The Hardy Boys Mysteries” and for his number-one single “Da Doo Ron Ron”.

Early Life

Shaun Paul Cassidy is the son of actors Jack Cassidy and Shirley Jones. Shaun has two younger brothers named Patrick and Ryan. Famous actor and musician David Cassidy -born from his father’s first marriage to Evelyn Ward – was his older half-brother.

Due to his parent’s profession Shaun grew up in Los Angeles and New York, attending Solebury School for his primary education, and then Beverly Hills High School until his matriculation.

Career

Music – Rise to Fame

Shaun Cassidy signed his first recording contract with Warner Bros. Records while still in his teens. This was the first step to start recording music, which led to the release of his first, self-titled album in 1977.

The solo work reached multi-platinum, and its single “Da Doo Ron Ron” – originally recorded by girl group The Crystals in the 1950s – charted number one and won him a nomination as Best New Artist for the Grammy Awards.  The album’s second single was entitled “That’s Rock ‘n’ Roll” and charted at number-three in US, earning him international fame due to its success in Europe and Australia.

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Despite his recent huge fame and his successful live tour through the US, suddenly becoming a teen celebrity didn’t change Shaun’s humble nature: ‘The idea of being any kind of an idol is kind of embarrassing. My self-worth was never rooted in that.’

The same year Cassidy’s second album, “Born Late” was released, and unlike his first album, this one showcased many songs co-written by him. Written by Eric Carmen, its single “Hey Deanie” charted at number-seven, while the second one entitled “Do You Believe in Magic?” – originally recorded by rock band The Lovin’ Spoonful in the 1960s – didn’t have the same success, hitting number 31 on Billboard.

Despite this, the album was eventually certified platinum, though it received mixed critiques: ‘a few old Beatlemaniacs are murmuring that Shaun isn’t so bad–he likes the music more than David ever did, his covers show some feeling, and “Hey Deanie” actually rocks.

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All of which is true. And all of which is still pretty lame. In 1978 Cassidy’s third album, “Under Wraps” peaked at number 33 on Billboard, and its only charting single “Our Night” was number 80 on lists. Although the album is not considered a commercial failure, it meant a dramatic change from his previous works, and signaled Cassidy’s momentum and appeal as a teen celebrity was ending.

The song “It’s Like Heaven” includes Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson songwriting, who had previously collaborated in various songs of Shaun’s half-brother David.

Commercial Failure

In July 1979 Cassidy released his fourth album entitled “Room Service”, though its only single, “You’re Usin’ Me” didn’t chart at all on Billboard’s 200, which meant Cassidy’s biggest and first commercial failure.

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Ralph Heibutzki reviewed this work on All Music and pointed out its mistakes: ‘The real issue is a lack of distinctive material for Cassidy to call his own. He and Lloyd wrote or co-wrote all but one song – “The Letter” – so they definitely have to shoulder the blame. Cassidy might have had better luck if he’d stuck to his stripped-down guns on “Fallin’ Into You” or “Break for the Street,” whose crisp delivery and guitar work make them the best moments here.’

“Wasp” – the fifth and last studio album of Cassidy, released in 1980 – showcased covers of songs such as “Rebel Rebel” by David Bowie, and “Once Bitten, Twice Shy” by Ian Hunter. Searching for a way to reinvent his sound and career, this pop-oriented album was produced by Todd Rundgren.

Although the single “Memory Girl” became a hit in Europe, Cassidy’s efforts to create a commercially successful album were ineffective as “Wasp” was his second album in a row failing to chart in the US, and marking the end of his career as a singer.

Actor

Shaun Cassidy’s debut as an actor was as Christopher Wentworth Hewlitt in 1976’s movie “Born of Water”. Following this role – and shortly after the release of his first studio album – Cassidy was cast as Joe Hardy, the starring role in 1977’s TV series “The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries”, increasing his fame as a teen idol.

In 1979 he was cast as Roger Meyer in the drama TV movie “Like Normal People” and a year later he obtained his second recurrent role, as Dave Stoller in “Breaking Away”.

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At the start of the 1980s Cassidy’s musical career had sunk considerably, thus he decided to stay away from playing characters on TV, and decided to focus on Broadway instead, starring in “Mass Appeal”, a national tour along Milo O’Shea. He also acted in “Bus Stop” – which debuted in London – and in the one-year run of “Blood Brothers” in which he acted as his half-brother David’s counterpart.

However, the feud on stage was just for acting as Cassidy told People: ‘We don’t have traditional sibling rivalry, but we’re close. We shared a mutual experience that is kind of unique, we compared notes. But I had an advantage: I saw him go through it.’

In 1985 Cassidy returned to TV when he played David Dischinger’s character in an episode of “American Playhouse”. Next he appeared as Chad Singer in “Murder, She Wrote”, made a brief appearance in “Hospital General” in 1987, then in movie “Once upon a Texas Train” and in “Matlock”. Cassidy’s last acting appearance was in 1995, in the short film “Your Studio and You”.

Producer and Screenwriter

Cassidy successfully transitioned from a pop singer and actor to a screenwriter in the early 1990s, when he wrote the pilot for “American Gothic”. Although the series was canceled after only a season on air, its was well received by critics and obtained a passionate review in The New York Times: ‘The most original new show of the season’.

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Cassidy continued working on his writing skills, and in 1997 created the series “Roar” starring Heath Ledger, which was followed in the same year by “Players” starring Ice-T.

In 2005 Bela Bajaria of Universal Television praised Cassidy on his work, and confirmed the network’s decision to hire him as the creator and executive producer of the drama-horror series “Invasion”: ‘(he) is a talented creator and a skilled showrunner. With his vast experience in the entertainment business, he understands all angles of making a TV show. He is also a strong supervisor to other writers, and we are excited to have a deal with him’.

Where Is He Today?

Although years have passed since his last TV appearance, Shaun Cassidy is still actively working behind cameras.

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Nowadays he’s the producer and main writer of the series “New Amsterdam” premiered in 2018.

Personal Life

Marriage and Children

Cassidy married for the first time in 1979 to model Ann Pennington, with whom he had two children: Caitlin born in 1981 and Jake born in 1985. He was also Pennington’s daughter Jessica’s step-father. The marriage ended in 1993.

In 1995 Cassidy married Susan Diol, with who he had a daughter Juliet in 1998. Eight years into the marriage, they filed for divorce. In 2004 Cassidy married Tracey Lynne Turner, with whom he has four children: Caleb, Roan, Lila and Mairin. Nowadays the couple is still happily married and lives in California.

Net Worth

As a result of his successful career as singer, actor, producer and screenwriter, Shaun Cassidy has an estimated net worth of over $20 million, as of mid-2020.

Physical Appearance

Shaun Cassidy is a man of white ethnicity, who has blond-brownish hair and green eyes. His weight is unknown, but he’s 5ft 11ins (1.80m) tall.

Interesting Facts

His contract with Warner Bros. Records was signed in 1977, only a year after his high school matriculation.

As a tribute to his half-brother David, who died on 21 November 2017 of liver failure, Shaun Cassidy warmly remembered him with a photo of them together posted on his Twitter account: ‘I tried to catch him of course. I always tried to catch him. But I never could. Now, I will carry him, along with all of the funny/sad/extraordinary days we shared, none more filled with love than these last few at his side.’

David Cassidy’s music memorabilia was left to his brothers –including Shaun- as part of his last will.

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Who is Dylan Llewellyn? Age, Height, Gay? – Biography

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Introduction

Dylan Llewellyn is relatively new to the limelight, so much of the information published online is based only on his work as an actor. A lot of information on his private life is conflicting, and there is a lot to filter through to find the truth among the gossip.

Early Life

Dylan Llewellyn’s British parents welcomed Dylan into the world on 10 September 1992, in England. Dylan, who is the youngest of three brothers, is still up and coming in Hollywood – most of his childhood and family life has yet to be confirmed.

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Early education

Llewellyn went to More House School located in Farnham, a school dedicated to kids with special needs and learning disabilities. It was here that he became more confident around other people, and progressed in his newly taught learning techniques. It took Dylan many years before he revealed to the public that he was dyslexic and the challenges that came with growing up with a learning disability.

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When speaking to ‘GetSurrey’, he exposed his vulnerable side, explaining ‘At first it was hard for me to learn scripts at short notice, but after a couple of years of appearing in ‘Hollyoaks’ and needing to learn lines on a daily basis, it became much easier.’

Career 2009 at the National

2009 was a great year for Dylans career. He started by being cast  by Anthony Horowitz in Theatre, and not long after Creative Artist Management (CAM) signed him on, before he went on to play Ricky, the lead in a short film for the National Film and Television School (NFTS).

The next year in Llewellyn was chosen to play Adam Wilcock in the TV series “The Bill”, and later that year he secured a place at the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, a school that only accepts 28 new students every year.

In every movie starring an aspiring actor, the character puts on a performance so brilliant that a scout that just happens to be in the audience ‘discovers’ them, offering a once in a life time shot at becoming a Hollywood star. For Dylan this is how it all started.

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Llewellyn performed such a passionate performance in a high school play he was contacted by an agent shortly afterwards and this is how Dylan scored his big break in 2011 when he was cast as Martin ‘Jono’ Johnson in TV series ‘Hollyoaks’. After many small roles and cameos he was cast in his most famous role to date as ‘James’ in the TV show ‘Derry Girls.’

In an interview with GQ.com Llewellyn described finding out he had got the part in ‘Derry Girls’: ‘I got the call during work and told him it was my agent and he goes, “Go!”.

Ever since watching ‘The Inbetweeners’  Dylan had always wanted to get into a comedy series and that dream came true when he was cast in ‘Derry Girls.’ Dylan said everyone at work was very excited for him and he would always have a place there is he ever wanted it.

Famous spouse

In ‘Derry Girls’ Dylan’s character James plays a shy awkward teenager that enjoys a boy band is slowly starting to find his own amongst a group of bullies targeting him at school. Based on characters interests, James could have been perceived as homosexual.

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As is known in Hollywood rumours and speculation fly around often with little or no evidence regarding the actor’s sexuality – such happened with Dylan.

When asked about his sexuality Dylan responded ‘I support gays, even though I myself am not actually gay.’ He even went on to Tweet the quote with the hashtag Pride2018. With a picture below stating, ‘Them gays stick together.’

The actor has not been linked to any romantic relationships in his life, but in 2013 he sent out a tweet in which he expressed his want for a girl followed by the hashtag lonely. To date the actor has still not revealed in any interviews or on any of his social media platforms whether has a girlfriend. However, the possibility that Dylan has love in his life is not improbable – as do most celebrities, Dylan may be keeping his romantic endeavours away from the prying eyes of the public.

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Net worth

Sources estimate that Llewellyn has a net worth of close to $1 million, as of early 2020.

Physical Characteristics

Dylan’s dark brown curls frame and contrast his fair skin and blue eyes. Llewellyn is 5ft 9ins (1.7m) tall, and roughly 175lbs (75kgs). There are many conflicting sources on his exact measurements, but based on his appearance it seems that the above information is the most accurate.

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What is Amy Ryan from ‘The Office’ doing today? Husband, Bio

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Who is Amy Ryan?

Popular American actress Amy Beth Dziewiontkowski, known professionally as Amy Ryan, was born in New York City USA, on 3 May 1968, making Taurus her zodiac sign. She’s had roles in over 70 TV series and movies, but is perhaps still known best for portraying Holly Flax in 17 episodes (2008-2011) of the hit comedy series “The Office”, which starred John Krasinski, Steve Carell and Jenna Fischer, and was created by Stephen Merchant, Greg Daniels and Ricky Gervais. It follows the lives of a group of typical office workers, the series aired from 2005 through 2013, and won 51 of its 246 award nominations.

Amy’s today still highly active in the film industry, and is shooting for the upcoming movie “Wolfs and Passing Through”, as well as for the upcoming series “Sugar”.

Education and early life

Amy was raised in New York City alongside her sister Laura, by their father John Dziewiontkowski who was the owner of a trucking business, and mother Pamela (nee Ryan) who was a nurse. Before becoming teenagers, Amy and Laura together delivered the “Daily News” newspaper using their bicycles.

Amy became interested in acting at a very early age, and her parents thus enrolled her at Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Center. She went on to attend High School of Performing Arts, playing lead characters in a number of school plays; Amy matriculated in 1986, and was then chosen to tour with the cast of the play “Biloxi Blues”.

She appeared in a number of off-Broadway plays, prior to launching her career on TV.

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Roles in TV series

Amy’s debut TV series role was playing Renee in a 1990 episode of the soap opera “As the World Turns”, and the ‘90s saw her appear in an episode or two of various series, including the action adventure “Quantum Leap”, the drama “Brooklyn Bridge”, and the drama mini-series “A Will of Their Own”.

In 2001 and 2002, Amy portrayed Rebecca Rifkind in the crime drama “100 Centre Street”, which starred Phyllis Newsman, Manny Perez and Joseph Lyle Taylor, and follows the people employed at a New York City’s courthouse; the series was nominated for a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series. What also marked the early 2000s for Amy was portraying Officer Beatrice ‘Beadie’ Russell in 20 episodes (2003-2008) of the crime thriller “The Wire”, which David Simon created, and which starred Sonja Sohn, Lance Reddick and Dominic West. It covers the Baltimore drug scene, the series aired from 2002 through 2008, and won 16 of the 70 awards for which it was nominated.

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In 2010, Amy appeared in eight episodes of the drama “In Treatment”, and her following role came in 2015, when cast to portray Heidi Strand in the episode “Kirk Steele” of the comedy “Broad City”.

She’s since had roles in three more TV series, voicing Liesl von Trapp in the 2018 episode “Shall I Visit the Dinosaurs” of the short animated adventure “Robot Chicken”, playing Gigi in the 2019 episode “Breathwork” of the comedy “High Maintenance”, and Jan in 13 episodes of the 2022 crime comedy “Only Murders in the Building”.

Roles in movies

Amy’s debut film role was playing Beth in the 1992 crime mystery thriller “In the Deep Woods”, directed by Charles Correll, and which starred Rosanna Arquette, Anthony Perkins  ofand Will Patton; it follows a woman who’s just met a private detective, and believes that he’s the killer her best friend.

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A couple of Amy’s following roles were in the 1998 drama “Remembering Sex”, the 1999 drama “Roberta” and the 2000 drama “You Can Count on Me”.

The year 2004 saw her portray Lynn Bedik in the mystery thriller “Keane”, written and directed by Lodge Kerrigan, and which starred Damian Lewis, Abigail Breslin and Amy Ryan. It follows a man who’s searching for his missing daughter in New York City, and the film won two of its eight award nominations. Amy was then cast to appear in the 2005 action science fiction adventure “War of the Worlds”, which was nominated for Oscars for Best Achievement in Visual Effects, Best Achievement in Sound Editing and Best Achievement in Sound Mixing, the 2005 comedy “Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World”, and the 2009 drama “The Missing Person”.

In 2014, she played Sylvia in the critically acclaimed comedy “Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)”, which Alejandro G. Iñárritu wrote and directed, and which starred Edward Norton, Zach Galifianakis and Michael Keaton. It follows the life of a washed-up superhero actor, and the movie won 193 of its 486 award nominations, including four Oscars wins, some of which were for Best Achievement in Cinematography, Best Writing, Original Screenplay and Best Achievement in Directing.

Amy’s three most recent film roles have been in the 2020 biographical historical drama “Worth” and the crime mystery “Lost Girls”, and the 2023 horror comedy “Beau Is Afraid”.

Other credits

Amy sang the songs “Physical” and “Life Is a Highway” in two episodes of the series “The Office” in 2008.

She produced the 2009 drama movie “The Missing Person”.

Amy received special thanks for the 2011 drama mini-series “Mildred Pierce”, the 2019 romantic comedy “Almost Love”, and the 2021 horror mystery thriller “False Positive”.

Awards and nominations

Amy’s won 39 of her 71 award nominations, including an Oscar nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, for “Gone Baby Gone”.

Some of her wins include a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture and a Gold Derby Film Award for Best Ensemble Cast, both in 2015 for “Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)” (shared with colleagues), and a 2020 IMDb STARmeter Award for Fan Favorite.

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Love life and husband

Amy’s been more or less successful at keeping the details of her love life away from the media’s attention. It’s still known that she began dating American screenwriter, producer and actor Eric Slovin sometime in the second half of the 2000s, and that she gave birth to their daughter in October 2009; Eric’s probably known best for writing 60 episodes (2002-2005) of the critically acclaimed comedy series “Saturday Night Live”.

The two exchanged vows in a small ceremony in 2011, and have since been living together in Los Angeles, California.

Amy’s yet to speak of other men whom she’s maybe been with, she’s married to Eric Slovin as of April 2023, and they have a daughter together.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Amy launched her Instagram account ‘This Is Amy Ryan’ a while ago, but has only uploaded a single picture onto the social media network; she’s nevertheless followed by more than 9,000 people.

She likes to work out at the gym, and also goes for a run nearly every morning.

Amy’s a philanthropist and a lover of animals, and has donated money to several animal shelters and organizations which aim to help underprivileged children.

Her favorite singer is Lady Gaga, and her favorite song “Just Dance”.

Amy’s favorite actress is Emily Blunt, while some of her favorite movies include “A Quiet Place”, “The Girl on the Train”, and “Wild Mountain Thyme”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Amy’s age is 54. Her eyes are blue and hair’s blonde, she’s 5ft 3ins (1.61m) tall and weighs around 115lbs (52kgs).

Amy’s net worth’s been estimated at over $7 million, as of April 2023.

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