Amber Benson Bio, Age, Wiki, Net worth, Parents, Husband, Height, Nationality, Movies

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Amber Benson Biography and Wiki

Amber Benson is a singer, songwriter, director, and producer from the United States. She is best known for her role as Tara Maclay in the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but she has also directed, produced, and starred in her own films, Chance (2002) and Lovers, Liars, and Lunatics (2004). (2006). She also appeared in the film Kiss the Bride (2007). She co-directed the film Drones with Adam Busch, another Buffy cast member. Benson also appeared in the horror film The Killing Jar as a waitress.

Amber Benson Age

Amber is 45 years old as of 2022. She was born Amber Nicole Benson on 8th January 1977 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States.

Amber Benson Height

She stands at a height of 5′ 4″ (1.63 m) tall. ALSO READ: Jessica Collins

Amber Benson Nationality

Benson is an American national and citizen by birth. She was born in Birmingham, Alabama, United State of America. She is of mixed ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.

Amber Benson’s Parents and Family

She was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, United State of America the daughter of Diane her lovely mother, and Edward Benson, a psychiatrist. She has a younger sister, Danielle, who is an artist. Her father is Jewish and her mother was raised Southern Baptist; Benson grew up attending a Reform synagogue in Alabama.

Amber Benson Husband | Married

Amber was in two relationships. From 2002 to 2009, she dated Adam Busch, who played Warren Mears on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The two have remained close friends. However she is currently single, and she is confidential when it comes to matters concerning her personal life. She has not yet shared her relationship or marital status with the public.

Amber Benson Career

Amber made her feature film debut at the age of 14 in Steven Soderbergh’s King of the Hill. Her most well-known role was as Tara Maclay in the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The character first appeared in the season 4 episode “Hush” and quickly became Willow Rosenberg’s girlfriend. The actress was a regular on the show until season 6, when her character was killed off. For the only time as a regular cast member, the actress was credited in her final episode. She performed in the musical episode “Once More, with Feeling” of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. She sang on “I’ve Got a Theory / Bunnies / If We’re Together,” “Under Your Spell” (her solo), “Walk Through the Fire,” and other songs. In 2002, she performed two songs on Buffy colleague Anthony Stewart Head’s album Music for Elevators. She also sang “Toucha Toucha Touch Me” (aka “Creature of the Night”) at VH-1’s celebrity Karaoke tribute to The Rocky Horror Picture show.

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While still working on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, she co-wrote the 2001 film The Theory of the Leisure Class with director Gabriel Bologna, and directed, produced, edited, and acted in Chance (2002), which also starred her Buffy co-star James Marsters. In 2003, she worked with director James Kerwin to produce her play Albert Hall in Hollywood. With the animation studio Cosgrove Hall, the actress, and Christopher Golden produced and began a series of animated fantasy films for the BBC. The BBC Cult website has Ghosts of Album Legacy (2003) and its sequels. She and Golden also worked together on the supernatural thrillers Ghosts of Albion: Accursed and Ghosts of Albion: Witchery. These books follow the fortunes of Tamara and William Swift, who first appeared in the BBC computer-animated web movie Ghosts of Albion: Legacy.

She appeared as Traci Levine in Latter Days in 2003, alongside Steve Sandvoss and Wes Ramsey. She worked with artist Jamie McKelvie on a short story in the Image Comics collection Four Letter Worlds in 2005. In 2006, Benson collaborated with artist Ben Templesmith on Demon Father John’s Pinwheel Blues, which was published by IDW as a four-part split-book, Shadowplay (with work by Ashley Wood and Christina Z. In 2006, the American actress released her second independent feature film Lovers, Liars & Lunatics through her own production company, Benson Entertainment. In 2006, the actress also portrayed the “vegetarian” vampiress Lenore on the TV series Supernatural. In December 2006, Benson and Golden released yet another collaboration, the short novel The Seven Whistlers, which is available in a limited number of signed copies from Subterranean Press.

Benson signed a three-book deal with Penguin Books’ Ginjer Buchanan in September 2007. Ace Books published Death’s Daughter on February 24, 2009, Cat’s Claw on February 23, 2010, and Serpent’s Storm in February 2011. The fourth book in the series, How to Be Death, was released on February 28, 2012. She co-directed the 2010 comedy film Drones with Adam Busch. The actress appeared as a young Judith Collins in the Dark Shadows audio drama “Dress Me in Dark Dreams” in 2012. She guest starred in the second season of the Jane Espenson scripted romantic comedy web series, Husbands. In June 2013, it was announced that Benson has been attached to star in the web TV series adaptation of The Morganville Vampires as Amelie, the founder of Morganville. Benson has narrated the audiobook Lock In by John Scalzi. In October 2014 published her fantasy book The Witches of Echo Park.

Amber Benson Net worth

She has an estimated net worth of $3 million.

Amber Benson Movies

  • 2019 The Nightmare Gallery
  • 2018 House of Demons
  • 2018 Glossary of Broken Dreams
  • 2018 The Griddle House
  • 2016 Apartment 407 Chloe originally titled Selling
  • 2015 Desire Will Set You Free
  • 2012 Dust Up
  • 2011 Act Your Age
  • 2010 The Killing Jar Noreen
  • 2010 Another Harvest
  • 2009 Tripping Forward
  • 2008 Strictly Sexual
  • 2008 The Blue Tooth Virgin
  • 2008 One-Eyed Monster
  • 2007 Gryphon
  • 2007 Simple Things
  • 2007 Kiss the Bride
  • 2006 Lovers, Liars & Lunatics Justine
  • 2005 Intermedio
  • 2005 Race You to the Bottom
  • 2003 Latter Days
  • 2002 Taboo
  • 2002 Chance Chance Also writer and director
  • 2001 Don’s Plum
  • 2001 Hollywood, Pennsylvania
  • 2000 The Prime Gig