Singaporean born Amy Sherlock, grew up in Texas, Shanghai and before moving to England. After completing her LAMDA qualifications in Acting she went on to study Acting and Performance at the University for the Creative Arts where she recently graduated with a BA (Hons). Her childhood growing up around different cultures, languages and place sparked an interest in telling people’s stories.
Although Shakespeare is her first love, Amy has experience with screen acting as well as exploring techniques such as Stanislavki’s Method, Meisner Technqiue, Practical Aesthetics, Uta Hagen’s Rules as well as physical theatre and puppetry. Whilst studying alongside artists she’s had the chance to model for photographers, painters, illustrators and sculptures.
Amy is the director, producer and writer of her own short film called “Meetballs”, a Wes Anderson inspired project about an unfortunate IKEA furniture incident which went on to be selected to be at the UCA showcase. Alongside her training at UCA, Amy is a proficient singer and can play the piano, ukuele and guitar. She regularly weight lifts, jogs and paddleboards. Amy is currently producing her own theatre show “The Grenfell Project” which is showing in London’s fringe theatre.
Hair: Dark Brown
Hair Type: Curly
Hair Length: Long
Eye Colour: Blue
Vocal Quality: Soprano