Amy is an actor based in Dublin and is 5′ 7″ (168cms) tall.

She performed in Smashing Times International Centre for the Arts and Equality’s show “Changemakers” which ran daily at the Bord Bia Bloom Festival in Dublin’s Phoenix Park from June 1st to 5th inc. “Changemakers” is an interactive storytelling performance aimed at children.

Amy has recently received an Arts Council Agility Award to be mentored in theatre direction by Conall Morrison and her debut full-length play ‘Breaking’ is under commission by Oliver Award winning company Fishamble Theatre.

Since graduating from The Lir Academy Amy has worked on stage and screen in Ireland and the UK.

Her theatre credits include: ‘Aisling’ in ‘Paler, Still’ by Oonagh Wall at Smock Alley Theatre, ‘The Last’ – a one-woman show in which she played Mary Shelly and all of the characters in her novel ‘The Last Man’ in a stage adaptation written and directed by Sam Chittenden (award-winning Artistic Director of Different Theatre), the lead role of ‘Jess’ in ‘Love and Money’ by Dennis Kelly at The Lantern Theatre, and ‘Alex’ in ‘Wild’ by Jenna Kamal, a piece of new writing co-produced by Anseo Anois and Rumble Theatre.

Amy has also worked on several short films since completing her training, these include: ‘Leah’ in ‘Grind’ and ‘Annette’ in ‘The Wedding’.

She is also Co-Artistic Director and founder member of ‘Anseo Anois Theatre’, an emerging Irish Theatre Company, and is a playwright. Her debut short play ‘But You Stopped Their Hearts’ was one of three pieces selected for support by Fishamble (for a festival of new works at The International Bar in 2020) and she has had her writing workshopped with Conor McPherson for The Abbey, Ireland’s National Theatre.

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