Amy is a graduate of The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute, New York and Bow Street Academy.
Onscreen credits include Two Cats(Toronto Irish Film Festival/Irish Film London Festival/Waterford Film Festival/Kerry Film Festival/Shortlisted Best Irish Short) Award winning feature Writing Home,Smitten (RTE) Daffney Molloy & Other Catastrophes (RTE Shortscreen/Chicago Irish Film Festival/IndieCork) Pumpkin, Birthday Cake (Fergal Costello/Crypt TV) Awful Gays (Mark Keane) Waking The Witch (Neil O’Driscoll) Vultures, Baby Love (Mycrofilms)
Recent theatre credits include The 24 Hour Plays (Abbey Theatre) The Roaring Banshees (Smock Alley Theatre/Devious Theatre). Other theatre credits include self penned Brew, Cold Readers (Scene and Heard Festival 2019) Sweet Sensations (Dublin Fringe Festival 2018/Nominated Spirit of Wit Award) Vehicle (Scene and Heard Festival 2018/Devious Theatre) TEXT Messages (Project Arts Centre) Voices In The Rubble (Sheer Tantrum) Da (Watergate Productions)
Hailing from Kilkenny, Amy has worked extensively with the Devious Theatre Company since 2006 appearing in their productions of Heart Shaped Vinyl (2016/2007/2006) War Of Attrition (Galway Theatre Festival) Bash: Latterday Plays, Smitten (Solstice/Cork Midsummer Festival) Scratcher (Project Arts Centre/The Theatre Machine Turns You On: Vol 11) Cannibal! The Musical.
Amy is a skilled Soprano singer, having received vocal training with Judith Mok (Dublin) and Bruce Baumer (New York). Radio work includes Voices of History (Red Feather Learning) Word Play, Behind Closed Doors (KCLR) Vulture’s Murder Mystery Hour And A Bit and the PPI Award winning The War Of The Worlds (IMRO Award Winner/KCLR/Devious Theatre).
She is a series regular of Pete McGann’s Pulp Injection live comedy radio plays.
Frontline’s Amy Dunne appears in John Morton’s Two Cats which will be screened as part of this years Waterford Film Festival, running online from November 20th-23rd. For more info see Here
Frontline’s Amy Dunne appears in John Morton’s Two Cats which will be screened on February 29th as part of this years Toronto Irish Film Festival http://toirishfilmfest.com/two-cats/
Frontline’s Juliette Crosbie and Amy Dunne will appear in The 24 Hour Plays in aid of Dublin Youth Theatre which will take place at the Abbey Theatre on Sunday 19th January 2020. Tickets available here https://www.abbeytheatre.ie/whats-on/24-hour-plays-dublin/