Born in 1953, Amy Van Nostrand is an American actress. Amy is widely known for her contributions in Broadway Theaters. However, she has made appearances in numerous films and television shows.
Some of her most notable works are her appearance in The Hothouse which is a Broadway play by Harold Pinter and also in Dance With Me of Pearl Theater.
On the other hand, in the year 1993, Amy won a Drama-Logue Award for her performance in The Colorado Catechism.
Amy Van Nostrand was born on 11th April of 1953 in Rhode Island of the United States. The names the actress’s parents are unknown, and it is also unknown if the actress has any siblings.
The details about her childhood also are also not available.
For higher education, Amy attended the Brown University and graduated from there with the degree in Bachelors in Arts. However, the name of the high school from which she graduated is not available.
There are no details about the actress working during her early days available. However, she was very active and participated in dancing and other plays.
As an actress
Amy Van Nostrand made her debut as an actress on the small screen through television show The House of Mirth in the year 1981. In the show, Amy portrayed Gwen Van Osburgh.
While Amy was very active in theater from a very young age, she made her debut on Broadway from 1982. Also, she played the role of Miss Cutts in The Hothouse by Harold Pinter at the time.
In the case of theaters, Nostrand has worked with many theaters like Huntington Theatre. At the stage, she played the role of Hesione Hushabye in 2001’s play Heartbreak House. Her first ever work on stage as a professional was in 1981 in The Buried Child. The play which was a production of Trinity Square Repertory Company.
Similarly, some other theaters in which she has worked are George Street Playhouse, People’s Light and Theatre Company, etc.
In 1993, she won a Drama-Logue Award for her performance in The Colorado Catechism.
In the year 1987, Amy also made her debut on the big screen through movie Made in Heaven. Her character in the film was a minor. However, she soon started to gain attention and also made appearances in many films Like 1993’s Ruby Cairo as Marge Swimmer. She also played the roles of Mrs. Winston and Mrs. Weems in 1999’s Outside Providence and 2000’s Partners in Crime.
The most recent film, the actress appeared is was Ghost Town as a ghost in 2008. Since then, the actress has been quite inactive in the field of acting.
In television, she appeared in many shows which include Law & Order as Maddy and in The Practice as Carolyn Wiggins-Clark.
Amy also played the role of Linda Smith in 1993’s ‘The Flood: Who Will Save Our Children?’ and Gwen Tucker in Wings.
As a Producer
Nostrand is also a producer and is an assistant producer of 1999’s film Seven Girlfriends. She is also a member of Board of Directors at Theater Company of Weston Playhouse.
Awards and Nominations
In the year 1993, Nostrand won a Drama-Logue Award for her performance in The Colorado Catechism.
|Name||Amy Van Nostrand|
|Birthdate||1953, April 11|
|Birth Place||Rhode Island, USA|
|Height||5’7″ (171 cm)|
Relationship and Marriage
Nostrand got married to Tim Daly who is also an actor. Furthermore, the duo got married on 18th September of 1982.
Together, the pair gave birth to their first child Sam Daly and later to their second child Emelyn Daly. Unfortunately, the duo got a divorce in 2010.
There are no verified social accounts under the name of the actress. Meanwhile, those social accounts include Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
The estimated net worth of the actress Amy unknown. However, the star has earned millions of dollars through her career in acting. She has also made money through her involvement in producing.
In the year 2010, Amy was rumored to be divorcing her husband and father of her two children Tim Daly. Furthermore, the information turned out to be true and the duo soon separated.