Actress, Amber Jaeger is popular for playing the character of Claire Barrow in the 2011 film Take Me Home. Also, she is well-known for her movies like Hearts and Hotel Rooms in 2007, and The Three Stages of Stan in 2003. But her popularity rose to next level after marrying actor and screenwriter, Sam Jaeger.
Amber Jaeger Birth of Date or Wiki
Amber Jaeger birth of date is 1976 who was born in Ohio. Her birth name is Amber Marie Melott. Jaeger was raised with her siblings but her parents as well as siblings info missing. Amber has an American nationality and is of Caucasian White ethnicity.
At the age of 6, she started taking dancing and singing lessons. Soon after, she developed an interest in acting, then started taking acting classes by the age of 8. Amber joined Otterbein University located in Westerville. In the year 1998, she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in acting.
Amber Jaeger Married Life with Fellow Actor Sam Jaeger
Amber Jaeger popularity rose after marrying fellow actor Sam Jaeger. On 25 August 2007, Amber and Sam exchanged the wedding vows. The duo held their wedding ceremony in presence of close friends and relatives at Crockett’s Run Resort in Logan, Ohio as well as double-ring ceremony.
She with her husband attended an award function when Amber was pregnant with her third child in the year 2016. For the first time, they met in Otterbein College and started dating back from their college life.
Amber and her husband became parents of three children together. The couple blessed with their first child a son whose name is missing but born in the year 2010. Then their 2nd child a son Redford Jaeger born in the year 2014.
Then the couple became parents of third child son, Calvin Ernest Jaeger. Her son Calvin was born on 26 June 2016. Then the duo representatives spoke with people and said,
Amber with her husband and kids resides in Los Angeles, California. Their married life has been over 12 successful years sharing great bonding without any divorce rumors and controversies. Also, Amber Jaeger is the mother of 4 kids one daughter from her first marriage.
Who is Amber Jaeger First Husband?
Well, Sam Jaeger is the 2nd husband of Amber who had already married. This actress was previously married to her first husband whose details hidden. From their married life, Amber became mother of a daughter Aubrey.
Her daughter born in the year 1995. But her married life with her first husband ended but Amber hasn’t mentioned marriage and divorced date.
What’s Amber Jaeger Net Worth?
Amber Jaeger has an estimated net worth of $1 Million as per reports. But her husband Sam Jaeger collected net worth of around $5 Million. She has collected most of her worth from acting career.
In her career, she has featured in over 15+ movies and earning handsome sum of money. Amber must be earning a wage of over $100,000 per year being popular and experienced actress.
Career as Actress
In the year 2003, she started her professional career who featured in “The Three Stages of Stan”. The film is based on short stories written by two San Francisco writers Bob Vickery and Dale Chase. Then Amber appeared in the films “My Life with Morrissey” and “Advantage Hart”.
She played the role of a hotel manager in the “Hearts and Hotel Rooms” in 2007, short movie. Then she featured in the “Shiloh Falls” western thriller movie. Amber starred in the “Solitary” drama mystery film in 2009.
In the year 2013, she went on to star alongside her husband in the “Take Me Home” comedy romance film. Some of Amber movies credits includes “And Then They Came for Me”, “How I Learned to Drive”, and “Proposals” among others.
Writing Career of Amber
Amber has already has seven novels credited to her name as a writer. In the year 2013, her first book was published “The Cold King”. Then she published a book “The Fire King”. In the following years, she has published four books in her “Hemlock Bay” series, entitled “Falling”, “Winter’s Dream”, and “Seasons End”.
Also, she has published two books in her “The Hemlock Bay Short Stories Series” entitled “Hunting Season: A Hemlock Bay Short Story” and “The Hemlock Bay Omnibus”.