Amy Acker


Name: Amy Louise Acker
Angel: Winifred “Fred” Burkle | Illyria
Dollhouse: Dr. Claire Sauders |Whiskey | Clyde Randolph
The Cabin in the Woods: Wendy Lin
Much Ado About Nothing: Beatrice Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Audrey Nathan
Date of Birth: 5 December 1976
Place of Birth: Dallas, Texas, USA
Web Presence: Official Website | Twitter | Instagram | IMDB | Wikipedia


Season Two: Belonging | Over the Rainbow | Through the Looking Glass | There’s No Place Like Plrtz Grb
Series Regular from Season Three

Season One: Ghost | The Target | Stage Fright | True Believer | Man on the Street | Needs | A Spy in the House of Love | Briar Rose | Omega | Echo | Epitaph One
Season Two: Vows | Getting Closer | The Hollow Men



Season One: The Only Light in the Darkness


Amy was born and raised in Dallas, Texas, the youngest of four children. Here she attended Lake Highlands High School and studied ballet, modern dance and jazz.

After undergoing knee surgery which prevented her from dancing, Amy switcher her attention to acting and attended the Southern Methodist University where she majored in acting appearing in several college theatre productions.

She first appeared on TV on the series Wishbone between 1997-199 , where she featured on 3 different episodes, followed by a guest spot in mini-series To Serve and Protect in 1999 and Special Unit 2 in 2001, before landing the role of Fred in Angel, where she soon became main cast and stayed with the show until it was cancelled in 2004.

Since then she has appeared in many genre TV shows including with guest spots in shows like How I Met Your Mother, Private Practice, Supernatural, No Ordinary Family, Grimm, Once Upon a Time and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and recurring roles, Alias, Dollhouse and Person of Interest. Most recently she had starring role opposite Stephen Moyer in Marvel’s The Gifted.

She has also appeared in several movies, including a brief appearing alongside Leonardo Dicaprio in 2002’s Catch Me If You Can, and Joss Whedon’s The Cabin in the Woods and Much Ado About Nothing.

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