Amy Corbett Biography
A native of Glasgow, United Kingdom, Amy Corbett is a famous Scottish senior design manager and the product lead at the Lego Group. However, she is most known as a judge in the American television series Lego Masters.
Amy Corbett Age
Corbett is 35 years old as of 2022. She was born in 1987 in Glasgow, United Kingdom. However, her date of birth and birthday have been publicly not mentioned. We will update this section once the information is available.
Amy Corbett Height
Corbett stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches(172 cm) tall and weighs 72 Kg.
Amy Corbett Education
Corbett attended Eastwood High School and thereafter joined the University of Glasgow where she studied Product Design Engineering.
Amy Corbett Family
Corbett was born and raised in Glasgow, United Kingdom by her loving and caring parents. However, she has not disclosed any information about her parents or siblings as she likes to keep her personal life private. We will update this section as soon as the information is available.
Amy Corbett Husband
Corbett is happily married to Chunks Corbet who happens to be an executive Pastor at Elevation. Together the partners have been blessed with two kids who they named Austin and Ella.
Amy Corbett Net Worth
Corbett has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Amy Corbett Career
In 2008, Corbett spent three months helping a non-government organization (NGO) in Botswana in the creation and execution of endurable projects. In 2011 she helped Engineers Without Borders (UK) to help the village coffee growers process their own crops. She began operating as a design manager at the Lego Group in 2012. She is also accountable for creating new product lines.
She operated on the Lego Friends line, a line that was established when she arrived at the Lego Group. She also worked for the Lego Disney line. She was part of the concept team for the 2018 film The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. Her current project with her design team is Lego DOTS, which customizes daily items like jewelry and picture frames.
In 2020 she was a judge, called “Brickmaster Amy”, at the American edition of Lego Masters; a television reality show in which teams compete to build the best Lego project.