Tim Freedman Music Video 'You Weren't In Love With Me'
That Production Company
Scott Spark Music Video ' Fail Like You Mean It'
That Production Compay
Helen ( LEAD)
Queensland Theatre Company
The Good Room with Lazy Young and Talented
The Good Room
All My Friends Are Leaving Brisbane
Australian Film Commission and Bunker Productions
Uni Student/PArty Goer
48 Shades of Brown
Field of Study
2019 - 2019
Upright Citizens Brigade
May 2014 - July 2014
Elevator Repair Service New York
June 2014 - July 2014
The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute New York
4 Change with Margi Brown Ash
2002 - 2004
University of Southern Queensland
Theatre Majoring in Acting
Skills & Attributes
Female - 16
American Standard, Australian, English, Southern
Actor, Director, Voice Artist
Has a Green Card
Member of Actors Equity USA
2020 MAtilda Award Winner: Best Female Actor in a Leading Role
"Amy's intricately detailed portrayal of Ashley in Cinderella was a highlight of the year, with her impeccable comedic timing and raw vulnerability she had us in the palm of her hand from the moment she walked on stage. We were laughing, crying and cringing with awkwardness as we followed her journey through the reimagining of Cinderella. Ultimately, due to Amy’s skill and level of excellence as an actor, we were left with a lasting connection to the character and her world. This achievement speaks volumes to the strength of Amy's performance and the execution of a fresh, contemporary take on an iconic character."
2014 Arts Queensland Independents Fund Recipient : Travelled to New York to undergo training at Lee Strasberg and undertake an internship with Elevator Repair Service
2010 Matilda Award Winner: Best Emerging Artist
“The marvellous Amy Ingram leaves a remarkable impression with her impeccable timing and disarming authenticity as Jo, a character with endearing vivacity who nonetheless suffers from the unfortunate, but all too common, obsession with her self-determined physical inadequacies. The actor brings a valuable dignity to a discussion that tends to present her role as a victim of circumstance, and her brilliant sense of humour is the spoonful of sugar that makes the caustic medicine go down.”
Ingram, a Queensland actor making her Sydney stage debut, is magnetic as the bolshie yet bereft Jo.
Amy Ingram, one the best of the new crop of comedy actors, was great as the sex-obsessed, knife wielding psycho. Not the person to meet in a dark alley!
Amy Ingram’s performance of Bella was both hilarious and heartbreaking. She is a completely infectious performer (and I promise I mean that in a good way) with her energy, her laughter, her presence, and her complete and utter fearlessness on stage. I don’t think I’ve seen a stronger ensemble all year – every performer could give and take as well as the next.