Spotlight: AMY COTTER

AMY COTTER

Graduate

AMY COTTER by Mathew Foster
Photo: Mathew Foster
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Training
ROYAL CENTRAL SCHOOL OF SPEECH & DRAMA
Eton Avenue, Swiss Cottage, London NW3 3HY
Phone: 020-7722 8183
Fax: 020-7722 4132
E-mail: enquiries@cssd.ac.uk
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Height:5'9" (175cm)
Playing Age:18 - 30 years
Appearance:Scandinavian, White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Blond(e)
Hair Length:Long
Voice Quality:Bright
Voice Character:Engaging
  

About me:

NEXT UP: Short film 'Attempts on her Life' due for online release August 2020.

Stage Film Short Film Voice Over Music Video Commercial Further Credits
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Stage
2020, Stage, Jean Rhys, After Mrs Rochester, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Angie Langfield
2019, Stage, Betsy/ Lindsey, Clybourne Park, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Lindsay Posner
2019, Stage, Performer/ Writer, An Urban Fairy-tale, Lion and Unicorn Theatre, Michael Greenwood
2019, Stage, Duchess of York, Richard III, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Bill Buckhurst
2019, Stage, Clytemnestra, The Oresteia, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Claudette Williams
2018, Stage, Helena, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Claudette Williams
2018, Stage, Masha, Three Sisters, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Nick Moseley
2016, Stage, Celia, The Phlebotomist, Flux Theatre/ Tristan Bates Theatre, Joe Hufton
2016, Stage, Becky, The Village Bike, Pegg Theatre Bristol, Jacob Fredrickson
2015, Stage, Lucinda, Into the Woods, Music Theatre Bristol, Jack Reitman
2015, Stage, Kate, Changing Parnters, Deadpan Theatre/Brighton Fringe, Georgie Staight
2014, Stage, Hannah, Arcadia, The Redgrave Theatre, India Crawford, Zoe Hunter-Gordon
2014, Stage, Maxine, Maxine, Bristol Old Vic Studio
2010, Stage, Gloria, Seconds, Rosemary Branch Theatre, Matthew Parker
2009, Stage, Stacey / Puppeteer, US, Hampstead Theatre, Eric Dupin
2008, Stage, Kseniya, The President's Holiday, Hampstead Theatre, Patrick Sandford
Film
2017, Feature Film, Tanit, Turn Back, Kamrakasi Films, Mungo Benson
Short Film
2019, Short Film, Sarah, Primrose, Bench Productions, Jacob Melling
2019, Short Film, Officer A, The Leaving Party, Lap It Up, Milly Garnier, Emily Bray
2017, Short Film, Amy, How to be British, Comic Relief Originals, Daniel Audritt
2017, Short Film, Helen, Hippocampus, Last Place Pictures, Heidi O'Loughlin
2015, Short Film, Sophia, Menagerie, PS Films, Pheobe Saatchi
2014, Short Film, Dutch Cap, SNAP, Fitzherberts inc, Jane Hazelgrove
Voice Over
2019, Voice Over, Lightcap, Inside the Sloth Retirement Home, ITV, Sam Palmano
2013, Voice Over, English Girl, VOX pops Language DVD, Macmillan Publishers, Ben Dornan
Music Video
2017, Music Video, Girl, DAZE, SPRY Productions/CJ E&M Record Label, Maisie Duff
Commercial
2016, Commercial, Sarah, Flo Essence Water, Blue Fox Productions, Carine Koleilat, Lisa Fischer
Further Credits
2020, Rehearsed Reading, Jemima, Kick, Roberta Zuric
2020, Rehearsed Reading, Kay, Bad Weather, Grad Fringe Festival, Bethany Holdsworth
2020, Video, Ranyevskaya, Chekhov Challenge, Theatre Foundry
2020, Video, Queen, Cymbeline, Shakespeare Share, Theatre Foundry
2019, Rehearsed Reading, Actor, In Conversation: Elizabeth Siddal: Poetry, Art, Life, National Portrait Gallery, Geoffrey Colman
2017, Corporate, Patient, Medical Roleplay, Simulate
2017, Rehearsed Reading, Various Roles, Write Yourself In, Euphoric Ink, Ola Animashawn
2016, Rehearsed Reading, Ingrid, Showcase, Bristol Old Vic Studio, Cindy McClean-Bibby
2016, Site Specific, The White Witch, GOSH Gala- Narnia, Petersham Road, Anna Boglione
2014, Rehearsed Reading, One, Freedom, Tap Tap Theatre/The Wardrobe Theatre, Theo Scholefield
2012, Site Specific, Performer, London 2012 Olympic Ceremonies

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-California, American-New York, American-Southern States, Australian, Belfast, East European, Glasgow, Heightened RP, Irish-Northern, London, Londonderry, Manchester, RP*, Scottish-Standard, Welsh-Standard
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Merengue, Mezzo-Soprano*, Salsa Dancing, Singing (general)*, Waltz
Performance:BASSC-Rapier, Dagger & Unarmed (pass), Poetry Reading, Role Play, Spoken Word, Story Telling, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Athletics*, Horse-riding, Judo*, Netball*, Running*, Squash, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis
Other Skills:DBS (CRB) clearance, Face Painting, Spoken Word Artist
Vocal Range:C2 to E4

Training:

The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, BA (Hons) Acting, 3 years, 2017 - 2020

Sir Alec Guinness Award 2020 winner