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Heinle in 2014
|Born||Amelia March Heinle
March 17, 1973
Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.
|Other names||Amelia Weatherly|
|Years active||1993– present|
From 1993-1995 she played the role of Stephanie "Steffi" Brewster on the soap opera Loving. She also played the character for two months in that show's short-lived spin off The City from November 1995 until January 1996. In 1994 she was nominated for a Soap Opera Digest Award for "Outstanding Female Newcomer".
Through the 1990s she appeared in many made for TV movies, as well as a starring role in the 1999 Steven Soderbergh film, The Limey, as Peter Fonda's girlfriend. She appeared in the music video for "I Will Buy You a New Life" by Everclear.
In 2001 she returned to the world of daytime television, this time in the role of Mia Saunders on All My Children, the heretofore unknown half-sister of Liza Colby (Marcy Walker). Although she started as a front-burner character, her romantic pairing with Jake Martin (J. Eddie Peck) didn't work out because of the actor's exit from the show, and so Mia was limited to being a background character. In 2004, Heinle opted not to renew her contract with All My Children and left the show.
On March 21, 2005, Heinle joined the cast of the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, as Victoria Newman, replacing the popular Heather Tom in the role. She won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 2014 for the role.
In February 1995, she married her Loving co-star and on-screen love interest, Michael Weatherly, who played the role of "Cooper Alden." On January 10, 1996, Heinle gave birth to her first child, a son. She and Weatherly divorced in 1997.
In March 2007 she married her Young and the Restless co-star, Thad Luckinbill, who portrayed her onscreen ex-husband, J.T. Hellstrom until 2010. The couple welcomed their first child together, a son, November 2, 2007. They welcomed their second child, a daughter, on December 17, 2009.
|1997||Quicksilver Highway||Darlene||TV Movie|
|1998||At Sachem Farm||Laurie|
|1998||Black Cat Run||Sara Jane Bronnel||TV Movie|
|1999||Purgatory||Rose / Betty McCullough||TV Movie|
|1999||Limey, TheThe Limey||Adhara|
|2000||Only Living Boy in New York, TheThe Only Living Boy in New York||Olivia||TV Movie|
|2000||Sally Hemings: An American Scandal||Harriet Hemings||TV Movie|
|2001||Earth vs. the Spider||Stephanie Lewis||TV Movie|
|1995–96||City, TheThe City||Steffi Brewster|
|1999||Jack & Jill||Jacqueline "Jack" Barrett||Pilot;
Replaced by Amanda Peet
|2001–04||All My Children||Mia Saunders||July 19, 2001 – June 15, 2004|
|2005–present||Young and the Restless, TheThe Young and the Restless||Victoria Newman||March 21, 2005 – present|
|2009||CSI: Miami||Elizabeth Corbett||Episode 7.21: "Chip/Tuck"|
|2009||Ghost Whisperer||Brook Dennis||Episode 4.20: "Stage Fright"|
Awards and nominations
||Daytime Emmy Award||Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series||Young and the Restless, TheThe Young and the Restless||Won||
||Daytime Emmy Award||Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series||The Young and the Restless||Pending||
- Soap Opera Digest (vol. 35, no.17, pg. 65)
- "Amelia Heinle 411". Soap Opera Digest. Retrieved March 18, 2012.
- "Amelia Heinle Biography". TV.com. Archived from the original on November 13, 2013. Retrieved September 24, 2014.
- "About The Young and the Restless: Baby News". CBS. Archived from the original on January 13, 2010. Retrieved December 26, 2009.
- "The 41st Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Award Winners". New York: emmyonline.org and National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. June 16, 2013. Archived from the original on June 23, 2014. Retrieved June 17, 2013.
- "The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Award Nominations" (PDF). New York: emmyonline.org and National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. March 31, 2015. Archived from the original on March 31, 2015. Retrieved March 31, 2015.