May. 14th, 1983
Santa Monica, California, USA
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Amber Rose Tamblyn (born May 14, 1983) in Santa Monica, California. Tamblyn caught an agent's eye at the age of ten after a performance in Pippi Longstocking. She has appeared in Live Nude Girls (1995) and Johnny Mysto: Boy Wizard (1997). In addition, her most popular role has been the role of Emily Bowen-Quartermaine of the popular soap General Hospital (1963). She originated the role of Emily in 1995.
Tamblyn is the daughter of actor 'Russ Tamblyn', and her mother, 'Bonnie Tamblyn', is a singer and artist. In addition, Tamblyn writes poetry and has been published in the San Francisco publications, Cups and Poetry USA. Tamblyn also enjoys singing, dancing, and theater in addition to her life on General Hospital (1963).
- Is the second youngest actress to be nominated for an Emmy in the category of Lead Actress in a Series.
- Traveled with poetry/slam tour The Junkyard Ghost Revival in 2008 with poets Anis Mojgani, Derrick Brown and Buddy Wakefield.
- Used hypnosis to get rid of her arachnophobia. She is no longer afraid of spiders.
- Her dad, 'Russ Tamblyn' (qv) danced with her during the 1997 Nurses' Ball.
- Convinced a homeless man to pose as her father so she could get her navel pierced. It soon became infected and she had to confess to her parents. The story inspired an episode of _"Joan of Arcadia" (2003)_ (qv).
- Niece of 'Larry Tamblyn' (qv)
- Amber suffers from arachnophobia. When a scene in _"General Hospital" (1963)_ (qv) called for her character Emily to pick up her pet tarantula, Amber went to the writers and asked them if they could change the scene. She also suggested that the spider be killed off and Emily be given a rat, the sort of pet Amber herself had at home.
- She is the goddaughter of actor 'Dean Stockwell' (qv). Stockwell and her father, 'Russ Tamblyn' (qv), appeared together in the film _The Boy with Green Hair (1948)_ (qv) and in the _"Quantum Leap" (1989)_ (qv) episode "Thou Shalt Not...".