It’s important when a production understands how imprtant it is to get this kind of exposure.” Here’s the logline: To combat a national sentiment of fear and decline, the U. government conceives of NASA’s Project Mercury, igniting a space race with the Soviets and making instant celebrities of a handful of the military’s adrenaline-fueled test pilots.These individuals, who come to be known as the Mercury Seven, are forged into heroes long before they have achieved a single heroic act.She quickly mutinied and took eight others with her with only Cole staying behind to do the work.However, she returned fifteen minutes later to rejoin Cole and took the car to a car wash.However, she learned the full truth about working for House -- when she tried to get out of a grave robbing assignment by sucking up to Lisa Cuddy (where she revealed her full name, the first fellow to do so) and offering to do clinic duty, Cuddy made it clear that whatever she was trying to get out of doing for House was only the tip of the iceberg compared to what she would have to do if she were hired.Amber's ambitious personality was easily seen by the mirror patient in Mirror Mirror when he commented that he (as her) was always right and had to be.She aggressively made suggestions and even broke the rules to keep medical records on the patient on her PDA for easy referral.
Apart from her surname, which indicates a Greek heritage, little is known about Amber before she showed up in The Right Stuff.
John Glenn in the drama from Leonardo Di Caprio’s Appian Way and Warner Horizon Scripted Television.
It takes a look at what would become America’s first “reality show,” as ambitious astronauts and their families become instant celebrities in a competition that either will kill them or make them immortal in the quest to be a part of Project Mercury.
Her medical school diploma, which is still on display in her old apartment, appears to be from the Washington University School of Medicine in St.
Louis, Missouri; one of the top medical schools in the United States.