Amy was brought up in Kent and has been playing the viola for 16 years. She studied at The Royal College of Music (Junior Department) between the years of 2007-2008 where she found a love of integrating live music into theatre. She later went on to graduate from Guildford School of Acting in 2019 on their BA Actor Musician programme and continues to relish working in music-led theatre.
Previous credits with Tall Stories include: The Snail and the Whale (UK Tour) 2021
Other theatre credits include: Fisherman’s Tail (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Jack and the Beanstalk (Kent Tour)
Film credits include: Petrichor (Pavilion Works)
Other credits include: Graffiti Classics (P&O Cruise), Graffiti Classics (Viking Cruises)
What have been your favourite projects to work on?
During my training at GSA, I played Emily Webb in Thornton Wilder’s ‘Our Town’. This opportunity was the first time I felt valued as an actor and still remains close to my heart.
What was your favourite story as a child?
The Hungry Caterpillar! I used to ask to my Mum to read this to me every night, but would usually take over after one page, and could recite the whole book, complete with inflections and all!
What possession would you really not want to lose?
My childhood teddy bear – a polar bear named Snuffy. He still sleeps with me every night.