Amy Redford Biography
Birthday: October 22, 1970 (Libra)
Born In: United States
Amy Hart Redford is an American actress known for her portrayal of Elizabeth Brenner in the romantic comedy ‘Giving It Up’ and Sylvia McCord in the historical drama ‘The Last Confederate: The Story of Robert Adams’. The daughter of two-time Academy-Award-winning actor and director Robert Redford, Amy has been exposed to the world of glamour since she was a child. She had always wanted to become an actress, and after graduating from high school, she studied drama/theatre arts at San Francisco State University. She also studied at the University of Colorado Boulder and took theatre classes in London. Redford made her screen debut in an episode of CBS’ crime drama ‘Dellaventura’ in 1998. She debuted on the big screen a year later, in the 1999 romantic comedy ‘Giving It Up’. In the ensuing years, she has guest starred in TV shows like ‘The Sopranos’, ‘Sex and the City’, and ‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’. In 2007, she gave a memorable performance in ‘The Last Confederate: The Story of Robert Adams’. Like her father, Redford is equally comfortable behind the camera as well. As a producer and director, she has been involved with several projects.