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Overview (3)

Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Birth NameAmy Kathleen Pietz
Height 5' 5" (1.65 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Amy Pietz (born March 6, 1969) is an American actress, known for her roles on television. She received a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series nomination for her role as "Annie Spadaro" in the NBC sitcom, Caroline in the City (1995) (1995-1999). She later had starring roles in the short-lived sitcoms, The Weber Show (2000) (NBC, 2000-01), Rodney (2004) (ABC, 2004-06), and Aliens in America (2007) (The CW, 2007-08).

- IMDb Mini Biography By: scaryofmonsters

Spouse (2)

Frank Stier (17 January 2010 - present) ( 2 children)
Kenneth Alan Williams (25 May 1997 - 2006) ( divorced)

Trivia (8)

Lived in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.
Performed in musicals, plays, and won awards acting in high school forensics in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Attended Milwaukee High School of the Arts.
Is adopted herself and when young had a son who was adopted by others.
During her childhood, Pietz originally trained for ballet, but decided not to make this a career after finding out how much money she'd make.
Was the 2007 Queen Azalea of the Wilmington, North Carolina Azalea Festival.
Graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in acting from DePaul University's Theatre School.
Good friends with her Caroline in the City (1995) co-star, Lea Thompson.

Personal Quotes (4)

Farming, from an outside perspective, can be viewed as a romantic, free and off-the-grid life, but the constant work of it means a routine you must follow or everyone dies.
I think the biggest survival instinct that Midwesterners possess is self deprecation, it's almost a Buddha-like sense of humor in anything that is difficult to get through. They would prefer to laugh at difficulties, show their mettle through that, and toughen up and have a beer afterward. That's definitely the characteristic I've carried through me, and hope to never lose.
When you're trapped in a small town, the only excitement is the booze.
Half of Wisconsinites are considered alcoholics. It's part of the culture of Wisconsin... if self-deprecation is their survival instinct, alcohol is their coping mechanism.

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