Mini Bio (1)
Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Amy moved to San Francisco when she was 9-years old, expecting palm trees and movie stars. It didn't take her long to figure out that all the palms and celebrities were in Los Angeles, and she packed her bags and headed to Hollywoodland as soon as she turned 18. After taking a yearlong detour traveling and performing on stages across England, Amy graduated from UCLA's acclaimed School of Theater, Film and Television. She was cast as Cheree in the feature film "Stalled," marking her transition from stage to screen. She has gone on to appear in numerous independent films and a handful of TV roles, most recently as misunderstood villainess Snakeskin and her sweet alter ego Miss Scott in Nickelodeon's "Supah Ninjas." Amy is also an accomplished voiceover artist who has voiced toys and video game characters of all ages, most notably Cloe, the Talking Bratz Doll. Amy continues to perform on stages across Los Angeles, making a career out of playing characters with a bit of an offbeat edge.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Shelby Lacroix