Facts of Amber Jaeger Biography
|Spouse||Sam Jaeger (m. 2007)|
|Place of birth||United States of America|
Amber Jaeger is an American actress and author. She is famous for starring her role in the movies like Take Me Home, Hearts and Hotel Rooms and The Three Stages of Stan.
Amber Marie Mellott was born to American parents in the United States. She went Otterbein College. Amber made her acting debut in the film "The Three Stages of Stan" in 2003. She played a role as Stacy along with her co-stars such as David Garegnani, Anthony Jordan, John Paul Rice. Edgar Michael Bravo served as a both writer and director. Ethan Black produced the movie whereas John Paul Rice co- produced.
In 2007, Jaeger made her appearance in the short film "Hearts and Hotel Rooms", where she played a hotel Manager. It is a 13-minute live action short film. The writer and director is American filmmaker Justin Nicholas James. It is a gay-themed movie about a couple of men who apparently cannot decide if they want to be together or not.
The generic drama follows in all kinds of ways you could imagine. This film is not really about still being in the closet as many other of these LBGT films, but in terms of what it is about it does not deliver either. The two actors were entirely forgettable and interchangeable with their performances. The film looked cheap and uninspired almost throughout the entire runtime.
In 2010, she featured in the movie "Solitary". In this movie, a psychiatrist (Andrew Qamar) tries to help an agoraphobic (Amber Jaeger) after her husband (Kieron Elliott) disappears. She also appeared in the movies like Advantage HAdvantage Hart (2003), My Life with Morrissey (2003).
Take Me Home
She has also appeared on her husband's romantic comedy film "Take Me Home" in 2011. Sam Jaeger played a role "Thom" and served as a director whereas Amber Jaeger, Claire Barrow. It premiered on April 19, 2011, at the Nashville Film Festival and released to DVD on May 29, 2012.
Jaeger won the Napa Valley Film Festival Jury Awards Mt in the category of Veeder Peak Performance. Her husband Jaeger began writing the script for Take Me Home in 2004, with the first draft taking him three months to complete and the second draft two years. Filming took place in thirteen states with Ohio initially set as the backdrop for the story.
She has also appeared on theater films as like “How I Learned to Drive”, “The Levee”, “Comedy of Errors”, “And Then They Came For Me”, “Syncopation”, “Arcadia”, “Steel Magnolias”, “Proposals”, “Moonchildren” etc.
Besides that, Amber Jaeger is the author of five novels, Falling and Winters Dream of The Hemlock Bay series and the dark fairy tale retellings, The Cold King and The Fire King. When she is not working on the next King book, she can be found camping, cooking, or wherever the cat happens to be napping. The Dragon King is forthcoming in Fall 2016.
Jaeger is a happily married woman. She got married Sam Jaeger on August 25, 2007. Their wedding place took at Crocket’s run Resort found in Logan in the city of Ohio. It was an outdoor and double ring ceremony. The couple were met while they were studying the same college Otterbein College.
The couple has three sons, August (b.2010), Redford (b.2014) and Calvin Ernest Jaeger (b.June 26, 2016). Jaeger has also a daughter from her previous relationship named Aubrey (b.1995). Jaeger holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. This gorgeous actress is also active on social networking sites Facebook and Twitter.