Amber Heard Has Changed Her Name And Moved To A New Continent

Amber Heard has reportedly changed her name and moved to a new continent.
Credit: @amberheard/Instagram

Amber Heard is reportedly going by a different name and has apparently left America for good.

Heard, 37, is an actress who has starred in well-known films such as Aquaman and Zombieland.

Her turbulent personal life has sadly overshadowed her acting career in recent years.

In 2022, Heard made headlines amid her highly publicised defamation trial against her ex-husband, Johnny Depp.

Following the trial’s outcome, which was in Depp’s favour, it appears the actress has made major changes to her life.

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People magazine reports that a source close to Heard says she’s moving on and focusing on her daughter, Oonagh Paige.

It’s been claimed that she’s moved to Europe and is ‘able to just be a mom there’.

The source continues: “She spends every day with her girl. They stroll around, visit parks and enjoy family time.

“Amber is a great mom.”

Amber Heard and Oonagh Paige.
Amber Heard is reportedly focusing on being a mum. Credit: @amberheard/Instagram

People magazine also reports that Heard is ‘working and filming again’ and that she has a ‘new energy’.

The actress recently told Deadline she wants to work on indie productions, as well as blockbusters.

“The best luck you can have as an actor is to be able to balance both,” she said.

It was reported through Diario De Mallorca (via Pink Villa) that Heard was seen on the Spanish island of Palma de Mallorca.

Heard surprised fans by giving an interview in fluent Spanish.

While standing outside of a property, the London Fields actress was asked by a journalist how she is enjoying her new life.

Amber Heard and Oonagh Heard.
Amber Heard has reportedly changed her name and moved to a new continent. Credit: @amberheard/Instagram

“I love Spain so much,” Heard responded.

When asked if she would stay in the country, the star said she hoped so, as she ‘loves’ living there.

News of Heard’s new life has come after she was seen in the Aquaman sequel, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.

The film was released at the end of last year to mediocre reviews – with viewers noticing that Heard had little screen time.

During her trial against Depp, Heard testified that her role in the movie had been significantly cut down due to the ongoing drama with Depp.

She alleged: “I fought really hard to stay in the movie. They didn’t want to include me in the film.”

Amber Heard
Amber Heard alleged her role in the Aquaman sequel was cut down due to the ongoing drama with her ex-husband. Credit: @amberheard/Instagram

However, DC’s Head of Film, Walter Hamada, was called to testify in court about Heard’s diminished screen time – and he contradicted her legal team’s claim that the role was altered due to the court case.

He claimed: “The size of the role in the film that she has was determined in the early development of the script.”

Hamada would then cite Heard and lead actor Jason Momoa’s lack of chemistry in the first movie as being the reason her screen time was cut down.

Following the high-profile trial, it’s been alleged that Heard has changed her name.

Amber Heard
Amber Heard is reportedly ‘working and filming again’, while having a ‘new energy’ about her. Credit: @amberheard/Instagram

The actress is reportedly going under an alias – she apparently uses it when making travel arrangements to prevent alerting anyone of her whereabouts.

Esquire reports that Heard moved to Mallorca, Spain, before settling down in Madrid.

The publication adds: “While living in Mallorca, Heard changed her name to Martha Jane Cannary, inspired by the western frontierswoman, Calamity Jane.”

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a content editor at IGV who specialises in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.