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      Ambyr Childers

      Ambyr Childers

      Highest Rated: 90% A Vigilante (2018)

      Lowest Rated: Not Available

      Birthday: Jul 18, 1988

      Birthplace: Cottonwood, Arizona, USA

      Actress Ambyr Childers got her big break on daytime soap opera "All My Children" (ABC, 1970-2011) before making the move to the big screen with supporting roles in "The Master" (2012), "We Are What We Are" (2013) and "Vice" (2015). Born in Cottonwood, AZ in 1988, Childers grew up in Murrieta, CA and made her first on-screen appearance aged just twelve in kids' pop adventure, "S Club 7 in L.A." (BBC1, 2000). After landing small roles as a younger Julia Stiles in romantic comedy "Carolina" (2003) and Barbie in David Spade's Hollywood satire, "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star" (2003), Childers was cast as bratty heiress Colby Chandler in "All My Children" in 2006. Following a two-year stint on the soap opera, Childers left to pursue her film career and went onto play an astronaut in sci-fi drama "Love" (2011) and a cage girl in Dave Bautista vehicle "House of the Rising Sun" (2011) as well as appearing in football drama "All Things Fall Apart" (2011), heist thriller "Setup" (2011) and crime movie "Freelancers" (2012). After adding sports gambling drama "Lay the Favorite" (2012) and paranormal horror "Playback" (2012) to her resume, Childers made the leap into more acclaimed dramatic fare when she played the brash daughter of Philip Seymour Hoffman's religious cult leader in Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master." Childers' performance attracted the attention of several leading directors and she subsequently went onto earn supporting parts in mafia period piece "Gangster Squad" (2013) and two Mark Walhberg-starring films, "Broken City" (2013) and "2 Guns" (2013), as well as the more notable role of oldest sister Iris Parker in cannibalistic drama "We Are What We Are" (2013). In the same year, she returned to the small screen as out-of-control former tween star Ashley Rucker in crime drama "Ray Donovan" (Showtime, 2013- ), and after starring as an artificial robot who takes on a mind of its own in sci-fi thriller "Vice" (2015), she portrayed Manson family follower Susan Atkins in gritty '60s-set crime drama "Aquarius" (NBC, 2015-16).

      Highest rated movies

      We Are What We Are poster
      We Are What We Are
      The Master poster
      The Master
      Love poster
      Love
      Vice poster
      Vice
      Twelve poster
      Twelve
      Playback poster
      Playback

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      Filmography

      Movies

      Credit
      90% 47% A Vigilante Producer - 2018
      No Score Yet 27% A Moving Romance Emily Wilson (Character) - 2017
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Arctic Adventure: On Frozen Pond Frog Princess (Voice) - 2016
      No Score Yet 50% Elephant Kingdom Human Queen (Voice) - 2016
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Turtle Tale Rafi (Voice) - 2015
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Guardians of Oz Eveline (Voice) - 2015
      4% 15% Vice Kelly (Character) - 2015
      No Score Yet 80% Beyond Beyond Jonah's Mother (Voice) - 2014
      86% 50% We Are What We Are Iris Parker (Character) $76.6K 2013
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Pinocchio Trixie the Fox (Voice) - 2012
      84% 62% The Master Elizabeth Dodd (Character) $16.2M 2012
      60% 44% Love American Astronaut Woman (Character) - 2011
      0% 76% Playback Riley (Character) $252 2011
      No Score Yet 58% Things Fall Apart Sherry (Character) - 2011
      3% 32% Twelve Layla (Character) $181.6K 2010

      TV

      Credit
      91% 77% You Candace (Character) 2019
      77% 72% Aquarius Sadie (Character),
      Unknown (Guest Star)
      2015-2016
      72% 85% Ray Donovan Ashley Rucker (Guest Star) 2013-2014 2016
      25% 48% Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders Unknown (Guest Star) 2016