Amy Passantino is an actress, author, interior designer, tarot reader, and YouTube personality.
Amy was born and raised in New Jersey, and is the youngest of three children. After graduating from high school, she attended Radford University, where she earning her degree in Interior Design in the process. With her degree, she moved to Los Angeles, where she started her own interior design company, Estella Grace.  As an interior designer, Amy has many achievements, most notably being the lead color designer for Brad Pitt’s Make it Right project, receiving the Best of Houzz Award in 2016, 2017 and 2018 for Customer Service, being written up in several magazines, such as House Beautiful, Utah Style and Design Magazine, and The Washington Post, and creating a Home Class at Pottery Barn stores across North America. Amy has also spoken at events for House Beautiful magazine. Before starting Estella Grace, Amy worked for Dineen Nealy Architects in Manhattan, whose clients ranged from Sotheby's to Louis Vuitton.
While in Los Angeles, Amy also got into a television career, most notably taking part in the "I, Caveman" episode of the TV series Curiosity in 2011. While filming the episode, one of her ribs popped out and had to be put back into place by fellow cast member Robb Wolf. Amy also wrote her autobiography, Fix You: A Jersey Memoir, in 2012, and has also done hosting for the Food Network.
On January 13, 2018, Amy started her own YouTube channel, Truth Warrior Tarot, in response to the presidential election of Donald Trump in 2016, for the purpose of sharing messages she receives from the spiritual world to her followers. Amy's channel is very successful, with over 8,000 subscribers and over 1 million views. Because of the success of her channel, she also does private readings and has her own Patreon webpage.
Amy has been married to Trevor Anthony Pitzel since October 29, 2016, and they have a daughter named Annabelle, born on November 23, 2018.
Amy's zodiac sign is Pisces.