Amber Heard was born in Austin, Texas, in 1986 and started her career as a model before transitioning to acting.

She made her film debut in 2004 in the sports drama "Friday Night Lights."

Heard has appeared in various blockbuster films, including "Aquaman," "The Rum Diary," and "Magic Mike XXL."

She is also an advocate for various causes, including LGBTQ rights, and has worked with organizations such as GLAAD and the American Civil Liberties Union.

In addition to acting, Heard is also a musician and has released several singles, including a cover of the classic song "I Want to Hold Your Hand."

She was previously married to actor Johnny Depp, but their relationship was highly publicized and ultimately ended in a contentious divorce.

Heard has been outspoken about her experiences with domestic abuse and has been involved in various campaigns to raise awareness about the issue.

She is fluent in Spanish and has appeared in several Spanish-language films.

Heard has received several awards and nominations for her work in film, including a Young Hollywood Award and a Palm Springs International Film Festival Award.