Amy Morton Bio, Age, Height, Worth, Husband, Movies and TV-Shows

By | April 29, 2021

Amy Morton Biography

Amy Morton an American director and actress known for her twice nomination for Tony Award as the Best Actress in the play August: Osage County and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. She also performed in films like Rookie of the Year (1993), Up in the Air (2009), The Dilemma (2011) and Bluebird (2013). She had a leading role as Sergent Trudy Platt in the NBC drama series Chicago P.D. in 2014.

Amy Morton Age

Amy was born on January 1, 1958, in Oak Park, Illinois, United States of America.

Amy Morton Career

Morton made her Broadway debut featuring inverse Gary Sinise as Nurse Ratched in the Tony Award-winning 2001 recovery of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. She began the job of Barbara in both the first Chicago generation and the first Broadway creation of Tracy Letts’ August: Osage County. For her depiction, she was assigned for both a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award. Morton repeated the job in the Fall 2008 London creation at the National Theater. Morton got her second Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play assignment for her driving execution in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (2012–13). In 2015, she made her Off-Broadway coordinating presentation with play Guards at the Taj.

Morton has shown up in various movies. She made her element film debut in a supporting job in 1992 satire, Straight Talk featuring Dolly Parton. In 1993 she had principle job as a mother of the lead character in Rookie of the Year. The film had a film industry achievement, netting more than $56 million around the world. Her next screen job was in the 1999 wrongdoing spine chiller 8mm coordinated by Joel Schumacher. After ten years, Morton handled her achievement job as George Clooney’s character’s sister in the widely praised show movie Up in the Air coordinated by Jason Reitman. In 2011 she showed up in the satire dramatization film The Dilemma, and in 2013 had the main job in the widely praised autonomous film, Bluebird.

On TV, Morton visitor featured on Crime Story, The Equalizer, ER, Private Practice, and Homeland. From 2011 to 2012 she had the common job of Catherine Walsh, the Republican possibility for representative, in the Starz political show, Boss. From 2013 to 2014 she had another repetitive job as Erin Reagan’s new chief, Amanda Harris, on the CBS dramatization, Blue Bloods. In 2014, Morton was thrown in the common job as Sergeant Trudy Platt in the NBC dramatizations Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. Morton was advanced from repeating visitor star to arrangement customary from the second season on Chicago P.D.

Amy Morton Net Worth

Amy has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and $5 million.

Amy Morton Movies

  • 1992 Straight Talk Ann
  • 1993 Falling Down Mom at Back Yard
  • 1993 Rookie of the Year Mary Rowengartner
  • 1999 8mm Janet Mathews
  • 2009 The Greatest Lydia
  • 2009 Up in the Air Kara Bingham
  • 2011 The Dilemma Diane Popovich
  • 2013 Bluebird Lesley

Amy Morton TV Shows

  • 1983, Through Naked Eyes Karen
  • 1986–1987 Crime Story Brenda Mahoney | Pregnant Girl
  • 1988–1989 The Equalizer Linda Wilhite | Gina Rox
  • 1993 Kiss of a Killer Reba
  • 2009 ER Mrs. Walters
  • 2011 Private Practice Leni
  • 2011–2012 Boss Catherine Walsh
  • 2013 Homeland Erin Kimball
  • 2013–2014 Blue Bloods Amanda Harris
  • 2014 Girls Sissy
  • 2014–2017 Chicago Fire Sergeant Trudy Platt
  • 2014–present Chicago P.D.
  • 2017 Chicago Med
  • 2017 Chicago Justice

Amy Morton Awards

Tony Awards

  • Nominated – 2008 – Best Actress in a Play – August: Osage County
  • Nominated – 2013 – Best Actress in a Play – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Drama Desk Awards

  • Nominated – 2008 – Best Actress in a Play – August: Osage County
  • Nominated – 2013 – Best Actress in a Play – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Joseph Jefferson Awards (Chicago, IL)

  • Nominated – 1984 – Actress in a Principal Role in a Play – Life and Limb (Wisdom Bridge Theatre)
  • Winner – 1986 – Actress in a Supporting Role in a Play – You Can’t Take It with You (Steppenwolf Theatre Company)
  • Nominated – 1986 – Actress in a Principal Role in a Play – Puntila and his Hired Man (Remains Theatre)
  • Nominated – 1987 – Actress in a Principal Role in a Play – Higher Standard of Living (Remains Theatre)
  • Nominated – 1988 – Actress in a Supporting Role in a Play – Big Time (Remains Theatre)
  • Nominated – 2002 – Director of a Play – Glengarry Glen Ross (Steppenwolf Theatre Company)
  • Nominated – 2002 – Actress in a Principal Role in a Play – The Royal Family (Steppenwolf Theatre Company)
  • Nominated – 2003 – Actress in a Principal Role in a Play – Homebody/Kabul (Steppenwolf Theatre Company)
  • Nominated – 2007 – Actress in a Principal Role in a Play – August: Osage County (Steppenwolf Theatre Company)

Helen Hayes Awards (Washington DC)

  • Nominated – 2012 – Outstanding Lead Actress, Non-Resident Production – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Amy Morton Height and Weight

Amy stands tall at a height of 5 feet 9 inches and has a bodyweight of 55 kg (121 lbs)

Amy Morton Education

Morton enrolled at Oak Park and River Forest High School in Oak Park. She also attended both Triton College and Clarke University but did not graduate

Amy Morton Family

Morton information of her parents or if she has siblings is not yet available.

Amy Morton Husband

Amy Morton is married to Rob Milburn  a sound designer. The couple seems to be really doing good and enjoying their love life.

Amy Morton Chicago P.D

Morton was cast in the recurring role as Sergeant Trudy Platt in 2014, NBC dramas Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. Morton has been upped from recurring guest star to series regular for the second season on Chicago P.D.

Amy Morton Blue Bloods

Morton had a recurring role as Erin Reagan’s new boss, Amanda Harris, on the CBS drama, Blue Bloods, from 2013 to 2014.


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