At 17, Amber leaves New York for Los Angeles, where she will become a successful actress. In 2012, she begins the love-tormented story, also considering her-hers epilogue with Johnny Depp.
Born in Austin, Texas, in 1986 to a well-known American entrepreneur and government employee, Amber Heard is of English, Scottish, German and Irish descent.
She grew up in a very Catholic and conservative environment, she began to study in a private institute, but she left her studies at 16 to pursue her dream of modeling in New York.
In her early years in La La Land, Amber Heard worked as an extra for music videos, films, and television series.
In 2004 he landed a role in Jack and Bobby, in the TV show The Mountain, and even in an episode of the teen drama The OC, but the real springboard is to land a role in the film Saturday Night Lights, a spin-off of the homonymous.
After several marginal roles between 2005 and 2007, Amber Heard succeeded with the television series Hidden Palms, allowing her to play more critical roles in the years to come.
The films starring Amber are never great successes, and it is increasingly difficult for the actress to stand out.
In 2010, however, John Carpenter chose her as the protagonist for his Ward.
The cinematic success of Amber Heard and the love story with Johnny Depp
In 2011, Amber Heard finally reached the desired popularity: she co-starred with Nicolas Cage in Drive Angry.
For Amber comes the success of her, which is declined in new television and film roles and an advertising contract as the new face of Guess, but also her love: in 2012, she begins the love-tormented story, also considering her-hers epilogue with Johnny Depp.
In 2013 she was among the protagonists of Machete Kills and The Power of Money, while in 2015, she was part of the cast of Magic Mike XXL and The Danish Girl.
Two years later, in 2017, she became an Avenger superhero, taking on the role of Mera for both one of the chapters of The Avengers and the subsequent Aquaman film.
Amber Heard’s troubled private life
In her private life, Amber Heard never hides her bisexuality and often takes sides in favor of civil rights for same-sex couples.
However, her political commitment is not enough to absolve her of her civil and moral responsibilities.
It seems that her temperament and aggressiveness are hard not to attract her attention.
In 2009, Amber Heard ended up in prison on charges of domestic violence against her partner, Tasya Van Ree.
During the trial, however, the prosecution mysteriously pulls back, exonerating Amber Heard of any responsibility she may have towards Van Ree.
In 2012, Amber fell in love with Johnny three years later, and the two decided to marry in a civil ceremony in 2015.
A year later, in 2016, Heard filed for divorce after accusing her husband of domestic violence.
The police, however, did not find sufficient evidence and decided to dismiss the case.
Several years later, in 2022, Johnny Depp accused Amber Heard of defamation in a court of law in Fairfax, Virginia.
The process is broadcast live worldwide and lasts more than three months, during which the whole world witnesses an entire media process, which brings out uncomfortable truths on both sides.
The June ruling sentenced Amber Heard to pay damages to Johnny Depp.
A seemingly endless story, the one that sees Depp and Heard as protagonists: to the point that the new documents just declassified by the court would reveal some health problems of Depp that could support Heard’s thesis, according to which the American actor has developed violent tendencies and addicted, to alcohol and drugs, during his relationship with her, to the point of making him frustrated, violent and aggressive towards her.
However, these events end, the facts speak for themselves: Amber Heard is at risk of cancellation, while Johnny Depp can return to film and has already been cast for a role in the movie about Louis XV.