Soon after she was born, she and her family relocated to France where her father worked in theater. However, after 10 years they returned to Cambridge Massachusetts.
Her mother, Nicoletta Peyran is an academic. Initially, she made an impactful debut through on-screen projects like Not For Love but has since transitioned into working behind-the-scenes roles.
Early Life and Education
Amandine Malkovich is the daughter of famed actor John Malkovich and was born in 1990. Her mother Nicoletta Peyran used to be an assistant director before transitioning into academia; during that time she met John on the set of The Sheltering Sky and they started dating that same year.
Malkovich began his career by co-founding Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company. Among numerous theatrical productions he won an Obie Award for Sam Shepard’s play True West (1984). Additionally he received Oscar and Primetime Emmy nominations for Queens Logic as well as receiving one Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Death of a Salesman work.
His maternal grandparents hail from France and Italy, contributing to his unique accent and acting style.
Amandine Peyran’s mother is an academic who previously held the title of assistant director. Amandine also shows an interest in other fields; currently working at a grocery store in Cambridge Massachusetts.
Malkovich began his professional theater career by joining Steppenwolf Theatre Company in 1976, working alongside Joan Allen, Gary Sinise and Glenne Headly. His Broadway debut came four years later in 1984 as Biff in Death of a Salesman which earned him an Obie Award nomination.
He made notable appearances in several films such as The Killing Fields and Empire of the Sun, hosted three episodes of Saturday Night Live and is an acclaimed dancer and singer; additionally, Malkovich owns an art gallery in Portland Oregon called ‘Malkovich and Friends”.
Achievement and Honors
John Malkovich has garnered many honors throughout his acting career. He first gained recognition with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company alongside Glenne Headly, Joan Allen, and Gary Sinise in 1976 and received multiple accolades such as an Obie Award and Drama Desk Award for their efforts.
He appeared in many film and television productions, earning an Academy Award nomination in 1984 for his portrayal of Mr. Will in Places in the Heart, then later appearing as Al Rockoff in The Killing Fields.
In 1996’s Mary Reilly with director Stephen Frears, he took on a different interpretation of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde reworking it into more enigmatic figure.
Amandine Malkovich prefers not to appear at public events and thus tends to remain discreet in her behavior, staying out of the limelight. As an introverted individual she prefers not attracting too much media coverage; her priority lies with her career goals as she hopes to live up to his legacy.
John Malkovich, her father, is a celebrated actor who has received several accolades for his work as both an actor and director. He portrayed Lennie in Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men adaptation from 1992 and was nominated for an Academy Award nomination in that same category for In the Line of Fire (2002).
He and Nicoletta Peyran have two children together. The couple met while filming The Sheltering Sky and started dating soon afterwards in 1989.
Amandine Malkovich’s estimated net worth as of 2023 stands at approximately $1 Million, most of it coming from her acting career but also investments into several enterprises.
John is an esteemed actor and director who has appeared in over 70 movies. Additionally, he gained notoriety as both director and producer during this timeframe. From 1982 until 1988 he was married to Glenne Headly; however, their union soon crumbled when John had an affair with Michelle Pfeiffer which caused it to dissolve.
Her mother, Nicoletta Peyran is an academic who teaches at various colleges. Amandine’s maternal grandparents hail from France and Italy and brought a rich cultural background into their family home. At present, Amandine remains single and is maintaining her finances by working at a grocery store.