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Adrienne Frantz
(Ambrosia "Amber" Moore)
Film and television actress as well as singer and songwriter, Adrienne Frantz portrays Amber Moore, a precocious teenager eager to improve her lot in life, on The Bold and the Beautiful.

In 2000, Adrienne received her first Daytime Emmy nomination, for Outstanding Younger Lead Actress.

Adrienne was born in Mount Clemens, Michigan, and knew that right away, she had a passion to perform. As an outgoing only child, by age three, she was holding private dance recitals. By the time Adrienne turned thirteen, all of Detroit had become familiar with Adrienne's rendition of "The Star Spangled Banner," which she performed at numerous Pistons, Neons, and Viper games.

At age sixteen, Adrienne left Michigan for New York City, where she landed numerous commercials. Soon she was chosen to do vocals for the television production of Bye, Bye Birdie, starring Jason Alexander and Vanessa Williams. She also appeared as Hermia in the New York Youth Theatre production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Adrienne had just entered her freshman year at Marymount College in New York City, as a theatre major, when she won the role of Tiffany Thorne, one of the original characters on the NBC daytime drama Sunset Beach.

Adrienne has completed two motion pictures, Jimmy Zip and Speedway Junky, Gus Van Sant's dark tale of runaway kids living on the streets of Las Vegas.

Recently, Adrienne won the Best Performance by a Young Performer in a Daytime Serial at the 20th Annual Youth in Film Awards. Her musical talents have been showcased on several B&B episodes and deserving of the "Best Female Vocalist" award at the 1997 Los Angeles International Music Awards.

When Adrienne is not working, she enjoys writing poetry, composing music, attending concerts, skiing, playing softball and relaxing with her two cats, Cuddles Patricia and Angel La Rue.

Adrienne celebrates her birthday on June 7. She stands 5' 4" and has blonde hair and blue/yellow eyes, which she describes as "cat's eyes."