- 1 Who is Amanda Detmer? Where is she now?
- 2 Early Life, Parents, Family
- 3 Education
- 4 Career Beginnings
- 5 Rise to Prominence and the early 2000s
- 6 Other Projects in the mid-2000s
- 7 “What About Brian” and the late 2000s
- 8 The 2010s
- 9 Recent Years
- 10 Amanda Detmer Net Worth
- 11 Personal Details
- 12 Appearance and Vital Statistics
Who is Amanda Detmer? Where is she now?
Amanda Jeannette Detmer was born on the 27th September 1971, in Chico, California USA, of British and German ethnicity. She is an actress, probably best recognized for starring in the roles of Miss Minneapolis in the comedy “Drop Dead Gorgeous” (1999), playing Sandra Sinclair in the romantic comedy-drama “The Majestic” (2001) and as Jeanette Fiero in the USA Network drama series “Necessary Roughness” (2011-2013). She is currently working on the upcoming film “Lady Driver”, which should be released in late 2018.
Early Life, Parents, Family
When it comes to speak about her early life, Amanda spent her childhood in Chico, where she was raised alongside older brother by her father, Melvin Lester Detmer, who worked as a singing cowboy, and her mother, Susan Thurmon Detmer, who was a teacher. Her older brother is Matthew Detmer, who is also known as an actor, recognized for winning a nomination for The Robert Prosky Award in the Outstanding Lead Actor, Resident Play category.
Amanda’s dream to become a professional actress came true in 1995, when she made her debut film appearance as Dannie Baldwin in the TV thriller film entitled “Stolen Innocence”. Her next major role came four years later, when she portrayed Miss Minneapolis in Michael Patrick Jann’s black comedy film “Drop Dead Gorgeous” (1999), starring next to Kirsten Dunst, Denise Richards and Ellen Barkin, which was followed by her playing Sarah Parker in the comedy drama “A Little Inside” in the same year. After getting enough experience, she started winning more important roles, including as Terry Chaney in the horror “Final Destination”, and as Amy in the romantic comedy “Boys And Girls”, both in 2000. Simultaneously, Amanda also guest-starred in the TV mini-series “To Serve And Protect”, the Fox crime drama series “Ryan Caulfield: Year One” and was a regular cast member as Lisa Overbeck in the NBC comedy series “M.Y.O.B.”, all of which marked the beginning of an increase to her net worth.
— Amanda Detmer (@JeanetteDetmer) October 6, 2015
Rise to Prominence and the early 2000s
Other Projects in the mid-2000s
In 2003, Amanda filmed the short video “Patching Cabbage” as Rhonda, and then was chosen to portray Susan Rakoff in the short-lived NBC sitcom “A.U.S.A.”, after which she was cast as Jane in the TV film entitled “Picking Up & Dropping Off”. Her next major role came in 2004, when she featured as Carolyn McIntyre in the TV film “Weekends”, concurrently guest-starring in such TV series as “Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye”, “Miss Match” and “CSI: Miami”. In 2005, she landed the role of Lindsay Culver in the romantic comedy “Extreme Dating”, directed by Lorena David, and the role of Amy in Chris Hall’s comedy “Lucky 13”, increasing further her net worth.
“What About Brian” and the late 2000s
Subsequently, Amanda played Amy Marlowe in the thriller “Final Move”, directed by Joey Travolta, and then starred as Amy in the drama “Jam” and portrayed Annie in the romantic comedy film “You, Me And Dupree”, all in 2006, then in 2007 she featured as Deena Greco in the ABC comedy-drama “What About Brian”, starring next to Sarah Lancaster, Barry Watson and Rosanna Arquette, which contributed a lot to her fortune. By the end of the decade, she had also appeared in the role of Olivia in the film “American Crude” (2008), featured as Kate in the 2008 film “AmericanEast”, and as Morgan Gellman in several episodes of the ABC medical drama series “Private Practice” (2009).
With the beginning of the next decade, Amanda continued to line up successes, as she was chosen to play Brenda Hayden in the ABC sitcom “Man Up!” (2011-2012), and was selected to portray Jeanette Fiero in the USA Network drama series “Necessary Roughness”, aired from 2011 to 2013. Side by side, she also guest-starred in other TV titles, including “The Vampire Diaries”, “The Mentalist” and “Two And A Half Man”.
To speak further about her acting career, Amanda is also recognized for starring in the role of Tanya in the thriller “Lethal Seduction”, and being cast as Jessie Briggs in the romantic comedy-drama “The Week”, both in 2015. In the next year, she landed the role of Helen in the Fox sci-fi crime drama series “Second Chance”, after which she guest-starred in TV series “The Night Shift” and “Red Blooded”. Most recently, Amanda portrayed Elizabeth Spencer in the 2017 musical drama “Pure Country Pure Heart”, so her net worth is certainly rising. It is also announced that she will feature as Loretta in the film “Lady Driver”.
Amanda Detmer Net Worth
Her career started in 1995, and she has been an active member of the entertainment industry ever since. So, if you ever wondered how rich Amanda Detmer is, it has been estimated by authoritative sources that the total size of her net worth is over $2.5 million, accumulated through her successes as a professional actress.
Regarding her personal life, Amanda married John Peter Crickellas in 2007, and the couple has two children, but their names have not been revealed to the public. Her first marriage was to Bernardo Targett from 2004 to 2007, when the couple divorced due to unspecified problems in their relationship. In her spare time, she enjoys making jewelry which she promotes on her Instagram account. Her current residence is in Los Angeles, California.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Speaking about her appearance, Amanda Detmer is obviously beautiful woman with curly blonde hair and blue colored eyes, and was ranked No. 17 on the Stuff Magazine’s 101 Sexiest Women list in 2001. She has an amazing body with the height of 5ft 4ins (1.63 m) and weight which is reputed to be around 120lbs (54kgs), while her vital statistics are 34-23-33.