Amber Stevens is an American actress from Beverly Hills, California. After serving as student body president during high school, she went on to pursue her acting career and received training from The Groundlings, an improvisational comedy troupe that also taught actors the likes of Will Ferrell and Conan…more
Amber has played the piano for over twelve years.
Amber's dad is Shadoe Stevens.
Before she dies, Amber wants to be in a Broadway production in New York.
Amber loves to do both television and movies. She would like to star in a sitcom sometime in her career.
Amber's parents joke that she came out of the womb dancing and performing.
It wasn't until after high school that Amber decided to push her acting career.
Amber got to sing backup for Gladys Knight when she was on the American Idol choir.
When Amber was in high school at Beverly Hills High School, she served as student body president.
Amber says that her and the cast of Greek get along great. She is really good friends co-star Spencer Grammer.
Amber said the reason she tried out for the role of Ashleigh in the show Greek was because she read the script and fell in love with it.
Amber has done commercials for Old Navy, Target, and Verizon.
Amber Stevens: (On how she prepared for her role in Greek) I have a lot of friends who are in sororities. The past two or three years after high school, I spent some time going to their parties and events that they have. I've tried to relate Ashleigh to some of the people I've met over the years. She's not the hardest girl to play, she enjoys life and likes to have a good time and I can relate to that.
Amber Stevens: (On the similarities between herself and her character on Greek) I would say I'm kind of like her, I enjoy going out and meeting people, but I'm not really a party girl. I would rather spend time with a bunch of friends at someone's house and have game night, and you know, just play Pictionary or something. I'm not as big of a party girl as Ashleigh. But I'd say, you know, some of my characteristics are like her, I'd like to think that I'm a loyal friend as well.
Amber Stevens: (On her role in Greek) I read the script and fell in love with it; I was dying of laughter. I was sitting in my room and I read the script two or three times and I had a girlfriend come over and read it with me. We were just dying! We each played different characters while we were reading it and we just thought it was so funny, great and well-written.
Amber: The comedy was really, really fun and it's just kind of the stuff when you read it, you just know how to say it.