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Amy Tammie
170913-dakota2 Tammie at the Final Destination 6 premiere
Born Amy Amanda Tammie
April 12, 1993 (1993-04-12) (age 24)
Dakota County, Minnesota, United States
Occupation Actress, model, singer
Years active 1998 - present

Amy Amanda Tammie (born April 12, 1993) is a American actress, model and singer. Her lot well-known films have been Jane Hoop Elmentary film series alongside Blake Brown and Ben Linkin. She plays as Rebecca Henry and stars into all eight films. These franchise has won several of awards and were all a huge success at the box office grossing each to $7.5 billion worldwide, making it the highest-grossing film franchise in history. After Tammie wrapped up filming the Hoop film series, she signed up to star into 2013 comedy sequel Grown Ups 2, her first post-Jane Hoop Elementary film ever as well as the upcoming Final Destination 6. She will reprise her role as Rebecca in the sequel of the spin off series of the Hoop franchise, Heroes Forever.

Early lifeEdit

Amy Amanda Tammie was born in Dakota County, Minnesota on April 12, 1993 by mother, Jane Tammie (nee Baker) and father, Daniel Baker. She is originally going to be called Amelia from her father, but her mother states that she'll be called only Amy, giving after her middle name. She has two brothers, Henry, born 1988 and Aaron, born 1994, and a sister, Brooke Tammie (born 1997). Her brothers lived with her aunt's sister. She has been to Dakota for her life until by the time she turned 4, she moved to Los Angeles following her father's new job.

CareerEdit

Jane Hoop Elementary (1998 - 2011)Edit

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Tammie at the premiere of The Magic Ball in 2005.

At the age of 5, Tammie has been asked to do a audition for the role of Rebecca Henry, whom has won it, leads her to begin her acting career, in which she does not know how to become an actress. In real life, Tammie has short hair, otherwise her character has extremely long hair, so she is forced to wear a wig for the role. Director James Calvin describes Rebecca's hair "extremely long like Rapunzel but much shorter than that, but still with extremely long hair". After Tammie's acting debut begins in Jane Hoop Elementary: The First which became a huge hit at the box office grossing nearly $80 million in its opening weekend, which sets a new record previous. It than became the 2nd highest-grossing film of all-time grossing $928 million worldwide just behind Titanic. Currently, Hoop is the 13th of all-time while Titanic is the 2nd behind Avatar. Brown has won several awards including Kids Choice Award for Best Movie Actor, while the film has also won for Best Movie, but was nominated at the MTV Movie Awards for Best Actor. It earned 79% from Rotten Tomatoes.

Tammie reprised her role as Rebecca into the sequel Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape, earning 83% from Rotten Tomatoes and opened one year after the first film to ever bigger than the first film with nearly $90 million, but quickly ended up being lower than its predecessor grossing $859 million worldwide, which is in the top 30 for highest-grossing film of all-time. It was also the 3rd highest-grossing film worldwide behind Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone ($974 million) and The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring ($870 million). Two years later, Tammie returns as the role of Rebecca for the third installment Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge opening almost $100 million in its opening weekend, which is far better than its predecessors but it quickly became lower than un expecting. It has made $790 million worldwide, ranking 3rd for a film released in 2003 behind The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the King ($1.119 billion) and Finding Nemo ($867 million). Tammie states that she enjoy playing her character being in a argument with Ben Linkin's character describing it as a "bratty brother and sister fight".

Tammie returns to the Jane Hoop Elementary franchise with the fourth film Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball in 2005 opening with $104 million and up to at total of $891 million, outgoing both second and third film. Tammie returns as Rebecca to the next Jane Hoop Elementary film Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power. The film opened to $154 million in five days and up to $302 million domestically, and $962 million worldwide. The actor was nominted for Best Actor at the Kids Choice Awards in 2008, but lost as well as the film for Best Movie. Tammie came back in Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland, which opened on July 8, 2009. She begin filming of the next final two films were Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 on November 12, 2010, and Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 on July 8, 2011. Filming for both parts took a year to finish finally ending on December 2010 which ends eleven years of filming the franchise.

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Tammie at the premiere of Turbo of Catland in June 2009.

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush: Part 2 as the best review film in the series including Rotten Tomatoes with 95% as well as opening as bigger than its predcessors at the box office. With a record $92 million on it's opening day, the biggest opening day of all-time, it broke a opening weekend record of nearly $170 million.

Other Projects (2004 - present)Edit

Outside Jane Hoop Elementary, Tammie stars into multiple films. In 2004, Tammie portayed in a very small role as Cynthia, a young girl of the Trojans in Troy from Warner Bros. with the director and producer Wolfgang Petersen, it was released on May 14, 2004, alongside Brad Pitt, Sean Bean, Eric Bana, Diane Kruger and Orlando Bloom. Troy grossed a success $497,378,256 worldwide at the box office and was Rated R, build as her biggest film outside of Jane Hoop Elementary, and her first movie Rated R. On December 2006, Tammie worked on the film Deck the Halls from 20th Century Fox. In 2008, Tammie also would be working with Mike Myers, Jessica Alba, Justin Timberlake and Meagan Good in The Love Guru released on June 20, 2008 as Kimberly Ann Taylor.

After she wrapped up filming the Jane Hoop Elementary film series on November 2010, she signed up to star into her very first post-Jane Hoop Elementary film. She signed up to star into the comedy sequel, Grown Ups 2 alongside Adam Sandler, David Spade, Chris Rock, Kevin James and Salma Hayek. She will also be joining with Alexander Ludwig, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Taylor Lautner, Milo Ventimilgla and David Henrie in the film. Released on July 12, 2013, her character is Christina. The film debuts in second place at the weekend box office behind the 3D animated sequel Despicable Me 2, earning $41.5 million.

Than, Tammie will star into her next film project. She will be starring into the sixth Final Destination installment, Final Destination 6. Scheduling to release on March 14, 2014, she will be co-staring with Darren Criss, JoJo, Rihanna, Liam Hemsworth Liam Hemsworth, Kyle Gallner. Her character in the film is Amy. Filming is set to begin in July 2013, and will be directed by David MacKenzie.

Return to the Jane Hoop Elementary franchiseEdit

In 2014, Rita Christensen confirmed the Jane Hoop Elementary film series will be having an extended franchise with the idea inspired by her book, Heroes Forever: The New Beginning beginning with a originally planned trilogy beginning with the first film, Heroes Forever: The New Beginning, released November 11, 2016, five years after the release of Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2. The film is set 13 years after the events, and Tammie is in talks on returning as Rebecca.

On December 2015, Tammie confirmed that she will be returning as Rebecca in the spin-off franchise sequel, Heroes Forever: The New Resolution, which is scheduled for November 10, 2017, as well as the future projects.

Personal lifeEdit

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Tammie at the world premiere of Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 on November 2010.

Tammie dated co-star of Jane Hoop Elementary Blake Brown, by the time they first met during filming for Jane Hoop Elementary: The First. They did not actually started dating until they are currently working on filming the fifth installment of the franchise, Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power. Rumors report that the two have been dating since they were filming the first film, but Tammie denies it until she officially reported that she is in a serious reltaionship with Brown after filming Morphin the Power. They have been dating for three years until they broke up on October 30, 2009. Brown later apologies to Tammie, and the two became very good friends and keeps their relationship strong for fans of Jane Hoop Elementary. The broke up causes Brown's anger issues when he wants to have period sex with her. But Tammie refuses and the two got into a huge argument. The two later became good friends besides being back together. She is currently dating with her new boyfriend Ryan Sheckler where they both met on the set of Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland, they didn't date, but were than seen again on set of Bring It On: No Matter What. She became friends with other co-stars Ben Linkin, Barbara Blue, Bart Simpson and Bloom Dee. She attends to Dakota City Schools.

On her sweet 16, she celebrates her birthday, and had a private screening of Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland. As of June 2009, Tammie is in Dakota High School and is currently a sophomore (10th grader). She is also a cheerleader, by the time she join the squat during seventh grade. She is an avid reader, and includes among her hobbies knitting, cheerleading, texting and ride on roller coasters. She also likes to date, swim, sing, and is a middle school/high school cheerleader. She is a huge fan of Miley Cyrus. But while they were on set of The Final Rush together, they became good friends as well as Dakota Fanning.

In 2009, she was name one of Teen People's "25 Hottest Stars Under 25", and some critics ranked her #1 for "Most beautiful teen actress in the world". In 2011, she is on hold while she's going away for college. In June 2011 an the FHM's 100 Sexiest Women in the world chart, she is ranked as the 1st sexiest woman in the world. In August 2011, she replaced Zac Efron to become the 2nd People's Most Beautiful Person after Jennifer Lopez. On April 2010, she plans to move out of her family house to get a life on her own for her 17th birthday, till Sheckler plans on moving in with him, and Tammie denies him of moving in because she said "I Don't Expected to have just a romantic life, I only want a life on my own". On December 24, 2010, Tammie has passed her temp test. And on January 29, 2011, she has passed her driving test.

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Tammie at the 2011 world premiere of Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2.

And on July 7, 2010, Tammie announced that she is engaged to her boyfriend Sheckler earlier till 11 months before her marriage in order to keep Tammie in love with Sheckler and always. But Tammie cancels it, claiming that getting married at age 18 seems too young for her, and will wait in a couple of years to reannounce her wedding with Sheeckler. Still, Tammie and Sheckler are still engaged, and their wedding has not yet be announced. In November 2011, the engagment was called off saying that she's too young to get married. She states "I will get married after college." On June 2013, it was confirmed that she and Sheckler has broke up after three years of dating. On January 2014, it was confirmed that Tammie is now dating UC student Brian Wilson. After their dating confirmed, Wilson revealed to the Hollywood Reporter that Tammie and Shecker still talk to each other as friends. On November 15, 2016, Tammie and Wilson both split up.

She graduated on June 1, 2011 from Dakota High School. After graduation, she attended University of Miami on September 2011. She is studying fashion and modeling. Tammie completed her first year of college in June 2012, and will return for her second year at University of Miami on August 30, 2012. Tammie confirmed that she will be taking a semester at University of California for her third year in college in October 2013, and will be returning to University of Miami for her fourth and final years in college. It was revealed that Tammie graduated on July 2016.

As she is starring in a new project, she says that she would also be taking a gap year in college to focus on working on her new projec in year career such as starring into Grown Ups 2, a sequel to the 2010 film, Grown Ups with Adam Sandler. Although, she planned to take a gap year during her entire college years to focus mostly on her career in acting as her next step for her plans for the future.

FilmographyEdit

Year Film Role Release Date Box Office (worldwide)
2000 Jane Hoop Elementary: The First Rebecca Henry November 10, 2000 $969,290,169
2001 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape November 9, 2001 $875,455,473
2003 Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge November 14, 2003 $795,409,993
2004 Troy Cynthia May 14, 2004 $497,409,852
2005 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball Rebecca Henry November 11, 2005 $895,488,065
2006 Deck the Halls Brandy November 22, 2006 $47,231,070
2007 Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power Rebecca Henry July 4, 2007 $945,001,333
2008 The Love Guru Kimberly Ann Taylor June 20, 2008 $40,863,344
2009 Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland Rebecca Henry July 8, 2009 $941,296,942
2010 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush: Part 1 November 12, 2010 $961,455,473
2011 Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush: Part 2 July 8, 2011 $1,323,029,939
2013 Grown Ups 2 Christina July 12, 2013 $141,640,931(as of August 8, 2013)
2014 Final Destination 6 Amy Abrams March 14, 2014 $184 million
2017 Heroes Forever: The New Resolution Rebecca Gorden November 10, 2017 N/A
2018 Heroes Forever 3 November 9, 2018 N/A

AwardsEdit

Film
40th NAACP Image Awards|Image Award
  • 2009 "Best Child Peformance" - Won
Kids Choice Awards|Kids Choice Awards
  • 2011 "Best Movie Actress", Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush: Part 1 - TBA
  • 2010 "Best Movie Actress", Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland - Nominated
  • 2008 "Best Movie Actress", Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power - Nominated also for favorite child actress for "Best Favorite Movie"
People's Choice Awards
  • 2009 - Movie Actress - Nominated
  • 2007 - Movie Actress - Nominated
  • 2005 - Movie Actress - Nominated
National Awards|National Awards
  • 2007 Best Young Female Actress - Nominated
Saturn Awards|Saturn Awards
  • 2006 Best Performance by a Younger Actor, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Won
BFCA Awards|BFCA Award
  • 2006 Best Young Actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Nominated
  • 2002 Best Young Actor/Actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Won
Teen Choice Awards|Teen Choce Award
  • 2009 Choice Actress - Won
  • 2009 Choice Liplock - Won
  • 2009 Best Movie Actress - Won - Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland
  • 2007 Best Movie Actress - Won - Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power
BFTA Awards|BTFA Award
  • 2008 Best Child actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power - Nominated
  • 2006 Best Child actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Nominated
  • 2004 Best Female actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge - Nominated
  • 2002 Best Child actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Nominated
Sierra Awards|Sierra Award
  • 2005 Youth in Film, Troy - Won
  • 2002 Youth in Film, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Won
Emmy Awards
  • 2009 Best Actress - Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland - Won
  • 2007 Best Actress - Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power - Won
  • 2005 Best Actress - Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Won
  • 2004 Best Supporting Actress - Troy - Won
  • 2003 Best Actress - Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge - Won
  • 2001 Best Actres - Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Won
Golden Globe
  • 2008 Best Actress - Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power - Nominated
  • 2006 Best Actress - Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Nominated
  • 2005 Best Actress - Troy - Nominated
  • 2004 Best Actress - Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge - Nominated
  • 2002 Best Actress - Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Nominated
Bronze Leopards|Bronze Leopard
  • 2005 Best Actress (shared with other cast members), Troy - Nominated
MTV Movie Awards|MTV Movie Award
  • 2007 Best Acting Performance, Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power - Won
  • 2005 Best Acting Performance, Troy - Nominated
Satellite Awards|Satellite Award
  • 2002 Outstanding New Talent, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Won
Young Artist Awards|Young Artist Awards
  • 2006 Best Performance in a Feature Film (Best Children's film) - Leading Young Actress, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball - Won
  • 2002 Best Performance in a Feature Film - Young Actress Age Ten or Under, Jane Hoop Elementary: The First - Nominated

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External linksEdit

  • Amy Tammie at the Internet Movie Database
  • Amy Tammie at TV.com

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