Amy Stiller Net Worth is
Amy Stiller Biography
Amy Stiller was born on the 9th August 1961, in New York City, USA, and is an actress, stand-up comedian, writer and Bikram Yoga instructor, but probably best recognized for her roles in such film and TV titles as “The Ben Stiller Show” (1992), “Law And Order” (1994-1999), “Tropic Thunder” (2008), and “The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty” (2013). Her career has been active since 1970.
So, have you ever wondered how rich Amy Stiller is? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that Amy counts her net worth at the amount of $20 million, as of late 2016. Most of her income is the result of her successful career in the film industry as an actress and stand-up comedian, but another source of her wealth is coming from the sales of her book, and her work as a Bikram Yoga instructor has also added to her net worth.
Amy Stiller Net Worth $5 million
Amy Stiller was raised in a Jewish family, the older child of the 1960s prominent comedy duo Anne Meara and Jerry Stiller; her younger brother is Ben Stiller, a remarkable actor, comedian and filmmaker famous for many memorable roles and movies that he has directed. Her childhood was a bit unusual and not very traditional, because she travelled a lot with her parents and was involved in their business. At the age of eight, she got to play the flower girl in her mother’s very popular 1970s comedy “Lovers And Other Strangers” and sing side-by-side with Oscar-winning actress Cloris Leachman. When she was in high school, she got her first real role as the Nurse in “Romeo And Juliet”. During the 1980s, she graduated from a two-year professional program at the Broadway theatre “Circle In The Square”, where she studied with Sondra Lee, Kathryn Gately and Fred Kareman.
However, her professional acting career really started in the 1990s, after taking a sketch writing class at Chicago City Limits. Shortly after that she began performing stand-up and joined the sketch group “Urban Side Effects”. In 1990 she appeared in “Highway To Hell” as Cleopatra, after which her brother invited her to join his crew in “The Ben Stiller Show” in one episode in 1992. Also, she was a guest star in several episodes of “Law And Order” from 1994 to 1999, and she appeared seven times in “The King of Queens” impersonating three different characters from 1999 to 2007. All of these added a considerable amount to her net worth.
To speak further about her career, she appeared with her brother in 2013 in the movie “The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty”. In the following year, she was cast in a short movie called “Simpler times”, and her most recent appearance was in “Zoolander No.2” in 2016 next to her brother and Penelope Cruz. Her net worth is certainly still rising.
Coming from an extraordinary family with its gifts of humor, creativity and passion, her destiny to become a successful actress and comedian seems inevitable. However, Amy stands boldly as a unique talent with originality and identity of her own. Therefore, she has been nominated for and won several awards, but one of the most important ones to her was the “Nantuchet Inquirer Mirror” for the best one-person play called “Fully Committed”, in which she portrayed 40 characters.
Apart from her career as an actress, Amy has established herself as a writer, too, when her pieces such as “No Kidding” were published in the anthology “Dirty Laundry”.
Speaking about her personal life, beside the fact that her parents and her brother are widely famous, Amy Stiller has also been married since 2008 to a famous person – voice actor Rodger Bumpass, who does the voice of Squidward in “Spongebob Squarepants”. The couple currently lives in New York City, New York.
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|Full Name||Amy Stiller|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||August 9, 1961|
|Place Of Birth||New York City, New York, United States|
|Education||Circle in the Square Theatre School|
|Spouse||Rodger Bumpass (m. 2008)|
|Parents||Anne Meara, Jerry Stiller|
|Movies||Zoolander, Zoolander 2, Tropic Thunder, The Cable Guy, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story, Reality Bites, Little Fockers, Vampire's Kiss, Lovers and Other Strangers, Highway to Hell, Chump Change, The Daytrippers, My 5 Wives, That's Adequate, Southie, Elvis Stories, Miss Dial, The Visit, Crooked Lines, The Independent, Let Go, Excuse Me for Living, Amy Stiller's Breast, Eating Matzoh, Simpler Times, Elephant|
|TV Shows||Bored to Death, Monsters|
|Tropic Thunder||2008||Script Supervisor - Vietnam Crew|
|The King of Queens||1999-2007||TV Series||Gloria / Sylvia / Cheryl / ...|
|Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story||2004||Keno Waitress|
|Third Watch||2001||TV Series||Marjorie|
|My 5 Wives||2000||Vegas Divorcee|
|The Visit||2000/I||Parole Board Member Julie|
|Chump Change||2000||Cherri Contrary|
|The Independent||2000||Dr. Rosaria Mclesh|
|Law & Order||1994-1999||TV Series||Bartender / Alison Thomas|
|The Cable Guy||1996||Steven's Secretary|
|The Daytrippers||1996||Amy Corinne Fairbright-Lebow|
|The Cosby Mysteries||1995||TV Series||Mona|
|Reality Bites||1994||Psychic Phone Partner|
|The Ben Stiller Show||1992||TV Series||The Bride of Frankenstein|
|Highway to Hell||1991||Cleopatra|
|Nothing Upstairs||1990||TV Movie||Waitress|
|Elvis Stories||1989||Short||Checkout Girl|
|That's Adequate||1989||Jolene Lane|
|Vampire's Kiss||1988||Theater Girl|
|Lovers and Other Strangers||1970||Flower Girl / Carol|
|Zoolander 2||2016||Mom Tourist|
|Inside Amy Schumer||2014||TV Series||Patient 1|
|The Secret Life of Walter Mitty||2013||Rich's Friend's Mom|
|The Making of Crapply Manor||2013||Short||Lydia Hampton Smallwick|
|Miss Dial||2013||Middle-Aged Woman|
|Jade Crisis Clinic||2011||Short||Dr. Amy Stiller|
|Eating Matzoh||2011||Short||Sylvia Abramson|
|Bored to Death||2010||TV Series||Woman|
|The Queen of Greenwich Village||2009||Short||Lady With The Dog|
|Amy Stiller's Breast||2000||Short|
|Everybody Has an Andy Dick Story||2016||TV Movie documentary post-production||Herself|
|What Is Comedy?||2016||Documentary short completed||Herself|
|When Comedy Went to School||2013||Documentary||Herself|
|Nantucket Film Festival's Comedy Roundtable||2012||TV Movie||Herself (uncredited)|
|The 2012 Annual Actors Fund Gala Awards||2012||TV Special||Herself|
|Bright Day!||2010||Documentary||Pam Bailey|
|Live from the NYPL: A Tribute to George Carlin||2010||Video||Herself|
|Amy Stiller's Breast||2000||Short||Herself|
|The 1998 Annual Muse Awards||1998||TV Special||Herself|
|The Mike Douglas Show||1972||TV Series||Herself|