Amy McAllister*

Bright, youthful, energetic. Dublin.

Amy McAllister*

Bright, youthful, energetic. Dublin.





Amy has a youthful and energetic voice that will brighten any script!

She trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and has a wealth of theatre, film and TV experience.

Radio: The Van, The Snapper, Promises (BBC Radio). Commercials: McDonald's, The National Trust, BBC Bitesize, Etihad Airways. Narration: It's Not Rocket Surgery (BBC Ideas), How Wimbledon Changed Fashion (BBC), Future Love (Roundhouse). Video Games: Pillars of the Earth (OM), Seven (Fool's Theory), Ruby Rei (Wibbu). Audiobooks: Oh My God What a Complete Aisling, The Importance of Being Aisling (Penguin Books), Love Me Or Leave Me (Harper).

Theatre credits include The Noises (Old Red Lion Theatre), Head Rot Holiday (Hope Theatre), Diamond (Bush Theatre/BBC Arts), solo show Scorch (Soho Theatre and International Tour) for which she won the Summerhall Vertebrae Best Actor Award; Hecuba (RSC); Sons Without Fathers (Arcola); My Romantic History, Harriet Martineau Dreams of Dancing, and White Rabbit Red Rabbit (Live Theatre); Shadow of a Gunman (Abbey/Lyric Theatre), for which she received an Irish Times Best Supporting Actress nomination, and Forever Yours, Mary Lou (Theatre Royal Bath). Television/Film credits include Witless (BBC Comedy), Philomena (Pathe/BBC/Canal+); Call The Midwife (BBC), The Great Fire (ITV), Nearly Famous (E4), and the forthcoming For Love Or Money (Family Dies). Amy is also a poet. Her debut collection Are You As Single As That Cream? is published by Burning Eye and she is the current Hammer & Tongue London Poetry Slam Champion.  TV and Film: Artemis Fowl (Walt Disney Pictures), Dora and the Lost City of Gold (Paramount/Nickelodeon), Paddington (StudioCanal), Ripper Street (BBC), Troy: Fall of a City (BBC), Black Sails (Starz), Downton Abbey, In the Flesh (BBC).


  • 20s, 20s-30s