If you have ever wondered what’s going on in Amber Heard’s love life since her high profile relationship, marriage and then divorce with renowned A-list Hollywood actor, Johnny Depp, then you are not alone. By virtue of her popularity and Depp’s successful career, there have been interests in Amber’s subsequent love life.
Notably, Amber’s sexuality has seen her date men and women alike. From Elon Musk to Bianca Butti, Sean Farris and Valentini Lanus, Amber seems not to struggle to find love. Her most high profile relationship, however, remains her marriage to Johnny Depp.
The Johny Depp Relationship Debacle
The star has always been described as beautiful and it’s very obvious. She has also been ranked in top 100 Hot and Sexiest Women by FHM and Maxim magazines since 2008. For this reason, it is quite common to find people searching for her pictures on the internet.
Although an atheist, Amber believes in love. She has had successful relationships with men and women. She came out in 2010 to say she could love anyone but it depends on their personality. She dated photographer Tasya van Ree before dating fellow actor Johnny Depp. The couple first met on the set of The Rum Diary in 2011, where they played each other’s love interest and started co-habiting the next year.
Heard and Depp got married in a private civil ceremony in early February 2015 with a ceremony on Depp’s private island in the Bahamas. However, on May 23, 2016, Amber Heard filed for divorce from Johnny Depp and obtained a temporary restraining order against him, saying he had been physically abusive to her.
These allegations were met with counter-allegations from Depp and his legal team as to Heard’s motives, claiming that she had launched a smear campaign against the actor in hopes of parting with an earlier financial settlement from the divorce. The former couple ultimately issued a joint statement confirming that their divorce was due to irreconcilable differences in August of that year. She received $7 million which she promised to donate in 2018 to the American Civil Liberties Union and the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
Post-Depp, Amber Has Kept Her Love Life Pretty Active
Amber Heard is not one to throw a pity party for long after a break up. She has smoothly moved on from her broken marriage and seems quite happy living the way she deems fit. Below is a list of the people she has dated thus far.
Before the end of 2016, Heard began dating billionaire technologist and founder of Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk. The two dated for about a year and broke up in 2017. it became clear that Musk felt very strongly about her after he revealed in an interview that it was Heard who had walked out of the relationship and that he was heartbroken to the point where it took a toll on his productivity for several weeks.
After breaking up with Musk, she went on to date Art curator Vito Schnabel in 2018. Vito is a popular face within New York socialite circles, he is the son of artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel and Jacqueline Beaurang. He had previously dated Heidi Klum and Elle Macpherson
Heard is currently in what some have described as a happy relationship with cinematographer Bianca Butti. Heard is said to have confirmed to close associates how dear Butti is to her. This has also been witnessed in the open through their public displays of affection on outings and shopping trips. They started dating in January 2020, though they had maintained a close friendship long before the relationship became romantic. From all indications, they have been quarantined together since the coronavirus-induced lockdown.
How Have Her Movies Translated To Better Earnings
Amber Heard has assets worth around $9 million. Born to humble beginnings in Austin Texas, Amber dropped out of school at 17 and left for the bright lights of New York to pursue a career in modelling. After a few modelling gigs, she turned to the acting world and there, her journey to stardom began.
The actress achieved fame and fortune by working on TV shows and music videos in her early career. She worked for several episodes of Jack & Bobby (2004), The Mountain (2004), and The O.C. (2005). She also played her part in movies like Friday Night Lights (2004), Side FX (2005), and Drop Dead Sexy (2005), etc.
Heard rose to prominence through the horror flick, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006), garnering herself top accolades in several film festivals around the world. After then, she was signed for movies like Never Back Down and The Pineapple Express which were box-office hits that helped Heard’s wealth to rise.
Blessed with natural good looks, Amber’s run for money and stardom gradually moved ahead with roles in several movies in 2008 and 2009. She was picked ahead of Scarlett Johansson and Keira Knightley in the movie The Rum Diary along with Johnny Depp.
One of her early movies that turned out to be very successful at the box office was 2008’s The Informers, a drama film written by Bret Easton Ellis and Nicholas Jarecki. Shot on a budget of $382,174, it went on to gross $18 million at the box office.
In 2015, Heard was a part of a clutch of films that went on to impress at the box office, culminating in her most profitable year. One of them is the comedy-drama Magic Mike XXL in which she played a photographer flirting with Channing Tatum. Shot on a budget of $14.8 million, it grossed $122.5 million at the box office. Danish Girl which she played a supporting role in the same year was a commercial success. Her two other movies in 2015 were One More Time, and the independent crime thriller The Adderall Diaries. These two films made a combined box office gross profit of $60 million.
Amber Heard has always been versatile with her roles in movies and she also knows how to play the piano and guitar. She has a great interest in cars and her clothing style are often found to garner headlines in fashion magazines.
Having been nominated for several awards, Amber Heard’s earnings shot up after her fame skyrocketed by winning several accolades like Breakthrough of the Year in 2008 for Herself and Dallas Star Award in 2010. More to that, she was inducted into the Texas Film Hall of Fame in 2014.