Already turning heads on the big screen, Amber Heard marks her series regular debut in The CW's new drama "Hidden Palms" as Greta Matthews, a beautiful young woman hiding a painful secret.
Heard appears alongside Bruce Willis and Justin Timberlake in the long-awaited and controversial film "Alpha Dog," directed by Nick Cassavetes. The film is the true story of a young drug dealer who adds murder to his resume. Heard can also be seen in her first starring role in the horror film "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane," in which she plays a lusted-after new girl whose life is threatened when a spurned admirer starts to eliminate his competition. The film is set to hit theaters this February.
Heard was last seen in the Academy Award-nominated film "North Country," starring Charlize Theron. The film follows the story of a female coal miner (Theron) who files, and ultimately wins, the first major sexual harassment suit of our time. Heard played Theron's character in the flashbacks, which were pivotal to the story.
Other big-screen credits include the independent horror film "sideFX" and the adaptation of H.G. Bissinger's book "Friday Night Lights." Her small-screen credits include guest appearances on "The O.C.," "The Mountain" and "Jack & Bobby."
Originally from Austin, Texas, Heard currently resides
in Los Angeles.