Amy Adams filmography

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A photograph of Amy Adams at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2012
Adams attending the Toronto International Film Festival in 2012

Amy Adams is an American actress who made her film debut in the 1999 black comedy Drop Dead Gorgeous.[1] She went on to guest star in a variety of television shows, including That '70s Show, Charmed, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and also appeared in minor film roles. In 2002, she had her first major role in Steven Spielberg's biographical crime drama Catch Me If You Can. However, the film did not launch her career as Spielberg had hoped.[2] Three years later, she made the breakthrough with the comedy-drama Junebug (2005),[3][4] for which she received her first Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress nomination.[5] Adams also appeared in the romantic comedy The Wedding Date that same year. In 2007, she starred in the Disney romantic comedy Enchanted, for which she won the Saturn Award for Best Actress, and was nominated for her first Golden Globe Award for Best Actress (Comedy or Musical).[6][7]

In 2008, Adams played a nun in the drama Doubt, opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman and Meryl Streep, for which she garnered her second Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress and won the Spotlight Award from the Palm Springs International Film Festival.[8][9] She then starred in the comedy-drama Julie & Julia (2009) opposite Streep, and played Amelia Earhart in the adventure comedy sequel Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009). The following year, she featured in David O. Russell's biographical sports drama The Fighter (2010), which garnered her a third nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.[10] She next starred in the musical comedy The Muppets (2011), and in 2012, she appeared in Paul Thomas Anderson's drama The Master, opposite Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix. Her performance in the latter earned her a fourth Best Supporting Actress nomination at the Academy Awards.[11]

Adams had three film releases in 2013. She played Lois Lane in the superhero film Man of Steel (2013), reunited with Phoenix on the science fiction comedy-drama Her (2013), and starred as a con woman in Russell's crime comedy-drama American Hustle (2013). For the last of these, she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress (Comedy or Musical) and received her first Academy Award for Best Actress nomination.[12][13] In 2014, Adams starred in the drama Lullaby, and portrayed American artist Margaret Keane in Tim Burton's comedy-drama Big Eyes. For the latter, she garnered a second consecutive Golden Globe Award for Best Actress (Comedy or Musical), becoming the fourth actress to achieve this feat.[a][14] In 2016, she reprised her role of Lane in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, her highest-grossing release.[15] In the same year, Adams garnered critical acclaim for her performances in the science fiction drama Arrival and the psychological thriller Nocturnal Animals.[16]

Film

Title Year Role Notes Ref(s)
Drop Dead Gorgeous 1999 Leslie Miller [17]
Psycho Beach Party 2000 Marvel Ann [18]
The Chromium Hook 2000 Jill Royaltuber Short film (credited as Amy Lou Adams) [19]
Cruel Intentions 2 2000 Kathryn Merteuil [20]
The Slaughter Rule 2002 Doreen [21]
Pumpkin 2002 Alex [22]
Serving Sara 2002 Kate [23]
Catch Me If You Can 2002 Brenda Strong [24]
The Last Run 2004 Alexis [25]
The Wedding Date 2005 Amy Ellis [26]
Standing Still 2005 Elise [27]
Junebug 2005 Ashley Johnsten [28]
Stephen Tobolowsky's Birthday Party 2005 Herself Documentary [29]
Pennies 2006 Charlotte Brown Short film [30]
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby 2006 Susan [31]
Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny 2006 Gorgeous Woman [32]
The Ex 2006 Abby March [33]
Underdog 2007 "Sweet" Polly Purebred Voice role [34]
Enchanted 2007 Giselle [35]
Charlie Wilson's War 2007 Bonnie Bach [36]
Sunshine Cleaning 2008 Rose Lorkowski [37]
Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day 2008 Delysia Lafosse [38]
Doubt 2008 Sister James [39]
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian 2009 Amelia Earhart / Tess [40]
Julie & Julia 2009 Julie Powell [41]
Moonlight Serenade 2009 Chloe [42]
Leap Year 2010 Anna Brady [43]
Love & Distrust 2010 Charlotte Brown Segment: "Pennies" [44]
[45]
The Fighter 2010 Charlene Fleming [46]
The Muppets 2011 Mary [47]
On the Road 2012 Jane / Joan Vollmer [48]
The Master 2012 Peggy Dodd [49]
Trouble with the Curve 2012 Mickey Lobel [50]
Man of Steel 2013 Lois Lane [51]
Her 2013 Amy [52]
American Hustle 2013 Sydney Prosser [53]
Lullaby 2014 Emily [54]
Big Eyes 2014 Margaret Keane [55]
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 2016 Lois Lane [56]
Arrival 2016 Dr. Louise Banks [57]
Nocturnal Animals 2016 Susan Morrow [58]
Justice League Films that have not yet been released 2017 Lois Lane Post-production [59]
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Television

Title Year Role Channel Notes Ref(s)
That '70s Show 2000 Kat Peterson Fox Episode: "Burning Down the House" [60]
[61]
Charmed 2000 Maggie Murphy The WB Episode: "Murphy's Luck" [62]
Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane 2000 Dinah The WB Episode: "Tall, Dark and Duncan's Boss" [63]
Providence 2000 Becka NBC Episode: "The Good Doctor" [64]
Buffy the Vampire Slayer 2000 Beth Maclay The WB Episode: "Family" [65]
Smallville 2001 Jodi Melville The WB Episode: "Craving" [66]
The West Wing 2002 Cathy NBC Episode: "20 Hours in America" [67]
King of the Hill 2004 Misty
Merilynn / Sunshine (voice)
Fox "My Hair Lady"
"Cheer Factor"
[68]
Dr. Vegas 2004 Alice Doherty CBS 5 episodes [69]
The Office 2005/06 Katy NBC 3 episodes [70]
Saturday Night Live 2008
2014
Host NBC "Amy Adams / Vampire Weekend"
"Amy Adams / One Direction"
[71]
[72]
Sharp Objects Series that have not yet been aired TBA Camille Preaker HBO Filming [73]
[74]
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See also

Notes

  1. ^ The three previous actresses to have done so are: Rosalind Russell, Julie Andrews, and Kathleen Turner.[14]

References

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