Amy Brenneman is an actress who's best known for her starring role in “Judging Amy,” which earned her three Emmy nominations. She currently stars in HBO’s acclaimed series, “The Leftovers.” Her other notable television credits include “NYPD Blue,” “Frasier,” and “Private Practice.” Amy has also contributed her talents on stage. She has performed at theaters around the world, including Lincoln Center, Yale Rep, and The Geffen Playhouse. She is a founding member of Cornerstone Theater Company, which produces plays with a social impact. Off screen, Amy advocates for The Feminist Majority, The Brady Center for Handgun Control, and CARE’s program for mothers and infants.
Amy Brenneman Supports
ACLU of Southern California
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) defends the fundamental rights outlined in the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. These include the right to freedom of speech and assembly, the right to religious freedom, due process of law, equality before the law, and the right to privacy. The ACLU of Southern California affiliate has led the charge in some of the most critical events in our nation’s history including advocating for the thousands of interned innocent Japanese Americans during World War II, an unflinching support of Americans' First Amendment rights during the McCarthy era, staunch opposition to the Vietnam War, encouraging Nixon's impeachment, and establishing the concept of an Economic Bill of Rights. We continue to advocate for no less than a nation that lives up to its promise of liberty and justice for all. Stand for justice.