As more of a stage actor, the American performer-director, Amy Morton, is best recognized for her work in theatre.
From all she has done in her career, Amy has received plenty of awards and special acclaims from the critiques of her time. More to it, she must have garnered an incredible six-digit figure to her net worth.
However, the most dominant accomplishments of hers would be the two times nominations for a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play, and for her acts in August: Osage County and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Meanwhile, some of the big screens credits to her name include 1993's Rookie of the Year, 2009's Up in the Air, 2013's Bluebird, and not to mention the one in NBC drama series, Chicago P.D., where she starred as 'Sergeant Trudy Platt.'
Amy Morton Married To Husband, Children
Much over three and a half decades from now, Amy has associated herself with the entertainment world.
So far, her journey has been spent with an astounding series of experiences. Yet, all the media and public attention she gets never got to meddle her personal life.
Be that as it may, the availed bits and pieces, from her thus-far published life stories, can account for a more vivid picture of her married life.
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Amy is married to Rob Milburn, the award-winning theatrical sound designer, whom she has known for nearly forty years now. It definitely was not a love at first sight kind of beginning, though.
Amy claimed that at first, she really hated him, for she considered him a complete arrogant person.
But, they worked it out eventually, whatever the difference they had, especially during the time Amy lost her parents. And in-between the very crisis of Amy’s life, the pair exchanged their wedding vows.
Amy Morton and her husband, Rob Milburn, attending the 2013 Tony Awards red carpet (Photo: broadway.com)
Since the year 1997, the husband-wife duo has been living their “boringly normal” married life, as termed by the gorgeous lady of the house, who stands to a height of 5 feet and 9 inches (1.75 meters).
Last known, the pair led their day to day in the Lincoln Square neighborhood.
However, up until now, there has not once been the mention of children, anywhere in Amy's life history.
By the time Amy was five, she was introduced to acting after her mother, Jean, enrolled her into the summer theater program.
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Or maybe, it had something to do with Amy's father's profession. Joe, the man of the house, was a director and producer for a great many industrial films and commercials.
Amy was born as the youngest in the family of five children. Growing up amongst everyone older than her age, the native of Oak Park must have received an enough of pampering.
More facts about her early life stay under the wraps. Maybe, not being active in social media was all about keeping up with the secluded life.