Amy Hill Biography and Wiki
Amy Hill, born Amy Marie Hill is an American stand-up comedian, actress, and voice actress famously known for often playing grandmother or motherly type roles in both live-action and voice roles. Amy assumed the role of Mrs. Kwan in The Cat in the Hat, Sue in 50 First Dates, and Mrs. Ho-Kim in Next Friday as well as plays Teuila “Kumu” Tuileta, the cultural curator of Robin Master’s estate, in the 2018 reboot series Magnum P.I.
Amy Hill Age and Birthday
Amy was born on May 9, 1953, in Deadwood, South Dakota, U.S. She is 67 years old as of 2021. Her birth sign is Taurus. She will be turning 68 years old on May 9th, 2021.
Amy Hill Height
Hill stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx. 1.73m)tall.
Amy Hill Education
Amy attended an Elementary school in Deadwood, South Dakota. She then joined The University of Tampa, a private university in Tampa, Florida, where she graduated in 1982.
Amy Hill Family, Parents, Siblings
Hill is the proud daughter of late Ayako Yoneoka Hill (1914–2008) and Archie Russell Hill. His father is a Finnish American who died after an automobile accident in 1979 while her mother is a Japanese national.
It’s not clear if she has any siblings.
Amy Hill Husband, Is She Married?
Moving on to her marital affairs, the dashing actor is very private about her personal life since no record of her relationships is available to the public.
It’s therefore not clear if she is single, married, or in a relationship. We are keeping tabs and we will update her partner’s details soon when revealed.
Amy Hill Daughter
Hill has an adopted daughter named Penelope Hill with whom she has performed in numerous shows across the United States.
Amy Hill Net Worth
Amy Hill has an estimated net worth of $3 million as of 2021. Her primary source of income is her career as a stand-up comedian, actress, and voice actress.
Amy Hill Magnum P.I
Magnum, P.I. is an American crime drama television series starring Tom Selleck as Thomas Magnum, a private investigator (P.I.) living in Oahu, Hawaii.
Amy assumes the role of Teuila “Kumu” Tuileta, the cultural curator of Robin Master’s estate, in the 2018 reboot series Magnum P.I.
Amy Hill Movies
- 1985, Dim Sum: A Little Bit of Heart, as Amy Tam.
- 1987, Living on Tokyo Time, as the Woman in Cafe #2.
- 1988, The Big Blue, as a Computer Operator.
- Scrooged, as a Technician.
- 1990, Circuitry Man, as a Bartender.
- Ghost Dad, as Nurse #1.
- 1991, Intimate Stranger, as Madame.
- 1992, Judgement, as Dorothy Moys.
- Singles, as Hospital Nurse.
- 1993, Rising Sun, as Hsieh.
- 1995, Tokyo Bound.
- 1995, The Last Supper, as Illegal Alien Hater.
- 1995, Maybe This Time, as Kay Ohara.
- 1997, The Magic Pearl, as Additional voices.
- 1998, Yellow, as Snake Ajima.
- Twelfth Night, or What You Will, as Maria.
- 1999, Godzilla 2000, as Shop Owner.
- 2010, Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey!, as Flower Pot Lady / Irate Woman.
- 2011, Family Practice, as Jenny Kim.
- Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness, as Mrs. Gow / Su.
- 2012, White Frog, as Dr. King.
- 2013, The Crumbles, as Cafe Manager.
- Big Gay Love, as Dr. Barrenbottom.
- 2015, Just Add Magic, as Ida “Mama P” Perez.
- Man Up, as Eileen.
- Imperfect Sky, as Dr. Lowe.
- 2015-2016, Unreal, as Dr. Wagerstein.
- 2015–2018, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, as Lourdes Chan.
- 2016, Punching Henry, as Adjudicator.
- The Unbidden, like Rachel.
- Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Gotham City Breakout, as Madame Mantis.
- Catfight, as Aunt Charlie.
- 2017, Spider-Man: Homecoming, as Decathlon Moderator.
- 2018–present, Magnum P.I., as Teuila “Kumu” Tuileta.
Amy Hill Books
- Streetcar to Justice: How Elizabeth Jennings Won the Right to Ride in New York
- Miss Dreamsville and the Lost Heiress of Collier County: A Novel
- Miss Dreamsville and the Collier County Women’s Literary Society: A Novel
- Know Your Power
- “Strong Medicine” Speaks: A Native American Elder Has Her Say
- The Delany Sisters Reach High
- In a World Gone Mad: A Heroic Story of Love, Faith, and Survival
- On My Own at 107: Reflections on Life Without Bessie
- Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters’ First 100 Years