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Amy Steel was born in Pennsylvania, the United States on May 3, 1960.
She is an actor and therapist who is known in the industry as The Scream Queen. Amy Steel has done several films and television series throughout her journeys as an actress.
Before acting, her modeling career was also a success. Amy Steel debuted her television journey with 'Guiding Lights' as Trudy Wilson (1980-1981). During the same year, she also worked in 'All My Children' as Peggy Warner. Her acting career and popularity both were expanded when she got a role in a low-budget horror film 'Friday the 13th' in 1981.
She also proposed the third part of the movie franchise but she declined the offer. Though Amy reappeared in 'Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter' (1983). She played the role of Ginny Field which is one of her notable roles in the movie which she bagged after appearing for an audition.
She also worked on 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers', 'Family Ties', 'Jake and the Fatman', 'Quantum Leap', and 'Perry Mason: The Case of the Reckless Romeo'. She also worked in movies like 'April Fools’ Day', 'Walk Like a Man', and 'The Red Spider'. In 2003, she went back to pursue her career as a psychotherapist and began practicing. She reappeared in the movie 'Tales of Poe' (2014). She was also featured in the NBC series 'The Powers of Matthew Star'.
Amy Steel’s estimated net worth is $5 million.
There is no information about Amy Steel’s annual income.
Amy Steel is 5 ft 2 in (162 cm) tall.
Amy Steel is 62, as of 2022. She was born on May 3, 1960.
Amy Steel was born in Pennsylvania, the United States on May 3, 1960. She lived with her mother, father, and three siblings. Amy was the second child in her family and has one older brother and two younger ones. She had no sister so she was more of a tomboy for a long time. Her parents split up later and Amy moved in with her father and his girlfriend.
Amy Steel joined the Westtown School of Dramatic Arts, West Chester, Pennsylvania in 1973 where she took elaborate training in theater arts for two consecutive summers. She later worked with Barley-Sheaf Players. She wanted to complete her academics and join the Kent School, in Kent, Connecticut. She studied for three years but unfortunately due to her family’s financial crisis she had to leave Kent.
She joined a college in Palm Beach, Florida, and specialized in communications and broadcasting. She caught the eye of the president of a well-known modeling agency, John Casablancas. By 1979, Amy Steel reached New York to pursue her modeling and acting career.
Amy Steel married Peter Pulitzer. He is also an actor known for his work in the movies 'Alone in the Woods' in 1996 and 'Valerie Flake' in 1999. The couple had two children together. Her daughters are Emma Pulitzer and Charolette Pulitzer.
Amy Steel is known for her work in movies like 'Friday the 13th Part 2' (1981), 'April Fool’s Day' in 1986, 'Exposed' in 1983, 'Walk Like a Man' in 1987, 'What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?' in 1991, 'Lost in Translation' in 2003, 'Manny & Lo' in 1996, and 'Tales of Poe' in 2014. Her work in television series includes 'Guiding Lights' (1980-1981), 'Family Ties' in 1983, 'The A-Team' in 1983, 'Quantum Leap' in 1990, 'China Beach' in 1991, 'The Power of Matthew Star' (1982-1983), and 'Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th' in 2013. She also had guest appearances in 'Viper', 'Diagnosis: Murder', 'American Gothic', 'Ray Alexander: A Taste for Justice', 'The Innocent', 'Flake', and 'Tycus'. Even though 'Tales of Poe' was her last appearance in movies but 'A Time to Remember' in 2003 is the movie after which she left the entertainment industry and decided to pursue her career as a psychotherapist and started practicing in Calabasas, California.
Amy Steel enjoys watching her favorite movies 'The Shawshank Redemption' (1994), 'Lost in Translation' (2003), 'Manny & Lo' (1996), and 'The Exorcist' (1973). Amy was an athletic person in her school days. She used to play lacrosse.
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