Amber, if I may ask, how do you invest the considerable fortune you make acting?
I invested all my money in a bullet-proof scheme developed by a financial guru named Charlie Penzi, an expert of international hedge funds (whatever it means). I will give you his number, but he did not return my calls in the last month.
Amber, is there a deep moral behind your "22 Jump Street"?
Positively! That the customer is always right.
If you could choose a someone to reincarnate in, who would it be?
It's a no-brainer: Aristotle.
Amber, you are also well known for your peculiar requests when staying in hotels. Can you explain us why and maybe make an example of something you may ask?
Amber needs what Amber needs, and she generally gets it. Whether it's a tiger cub or baobab bark.
If I may ask, do you have any particular phobia?
Yes, I do! I suffer with an irrational fear for the color purple, after a freak accident occurred to my cousin. I'm also scared by spiders, but that is quite common.
Do you Google yourself often?
Not so often anymore. Say every day or so. But lately Google asks "Did you mean Amber Styvens", who happens to be a screen printer from Las Vegas. That's quite annoying, but not as much heartbreaking as learning that for Bing my name is similar to a terrible vulgarity in Russian.
Where do you go when you die?
30 feet under, generally, but if you are incinerated then your remains can waste space on somebody's mantelpiece.
Do people scream your name and follow you everywhere you go?
Oh yes! They simply can't have enough of me. I really make no distinction: I'm known to cheer successful heirs and homely bookkeepers alike. It's nice to know that there are 13 boulevards with my name in three different countries, not counting Cardassia and Liechtenstein.
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