More Amber Valletta Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Premonition)Continuing her successful transition from supermodel to actress, Amber Valletta can be seen in several upcoming film roles scheduled for release next year. From romantic comedies to action films, Valletta continues to expand her range and versatility as an actress.
In 2005, Valletta was seen in Columbia Pictures' romantic comedy, Hitch, and most recently she was seen in the action film The Transporter 2.
Upcoming projects for Valletta the horror/thriller film Silence from director James Wan and Universal Pictures; and the romantic comedy The Last Time, directed by Michael Caleo and co-starring Brendan Fraser and Michael Keaton.
In her first feature film, she appeared as herself in Douglas Keeve's documentary Unzipped, about fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi. She then landed the lead opposite James LeGros in Stacey Cochran's Drop Back Ten, which was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival. She subsequently appeared opposite Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer in the DreamWorks thriller What Lies Beneath from Academy Award-winning director Robert Zemeckis, and opposite Nicolas Cage in Brett Ratner's Family Man from Universal. In 2003, Danny DeVito directed her in The Duplex, also starring Ben Stiller and Drew Barrymore. She also appeared in Garry Marshall's Raising Helen from Touchstone Pictures alongside Kate Hudson.
Bio courtesy Sony Pictures Entertainment for "Premonition" (25-Mar-2007)
Biography #3 (for Hitch)A native of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Valletta made her feature film debut opposite James LeGros in Stacey Cochran's Drop Back Ten, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. She subsequently appeared opposite Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer in Dreamworks' What Lies Beneath for director Robert Zemeckis, opposite Nicolas Cage in Brett Ratner's Family Man and with Ben Stiller and Drew Barrymore in Danny DeVito's The Duplex. Valletta was most recently seen in Garry Marshall's Raising Helen starring Kate Hudson and is also set to star opposite Jason Statham in the upcoming The Transporter 2.
Biography #4Amber Valletta first appeared on the big screen as herself in Douglas Keeve's documentary about Isaac Mizrahi entitled Unzipped. She then landed the female lead opposite James LeGros in Stacy Cochran's Drop Back Ten, which screened at this year's Sundance Film Festival and will be released in fall 2000. Presently, she is in production on Brett Ratner's Family Man, in which she co-stars with Nicolas Cage.
A native of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Valletta has been one of the leading models in the world since her first trip to Europe at the age of 15. She has appeared on hundreds of magazine covers, and can currently be seen in advertising campaigns for Elizabeth Arden and Versace.
Valletta recently returned to her hometown of Tulsa to produce a fashion show that raised money for the community food bank. She is also active in charity work on behalf of St. Jude Research Hospital and the Nina Hyde Foundation, which supports women with breast cancer.
Bio courtesy Fox (01-Jan-2000)