Amy McAllister

ACTOR INFORMATION

Amy McAllister

Amy McAllister
Amy will play Marjorie Cooper in the latest series of A DISCOVERY OF WITCHES on SKY. She can also be seen as recurring character, Tilly Hildegard in MISS SCARLET AND THE DUKE on Alibi.

 

 

Actor

Height: 5ft 5

Hair: Dark Brown

Eyes: Blue-Green

Native: Dublin*

Agent

Name: Amy Ireson

Tel: 0207 831 4450

Email: [email protected]

Location: London

Gallery

For further information, view on spotlight


Credits

2020, Stage, Maxwell House, Dear Ireland, Abbey Theatre, Caitriona McLaughlin

2019, Stage, Luna, The Noises, Old Red Lion Theatre, Tamar Saphra

2018, Stage, Dee/Jackie, Head-Rot Holiday, Weighed In Productions, William Maynard

2018, Stage, Mondie, Diamond, Bush Theatre/BBC Arts/Avalon, Jane Moriarty

2018, Stage, (2016-2018), Kes, Scorch (Fringe First/Irish Times Best New Play/Summerhall Best Actor), Soho/The Project/Paines Plough, Emma Jordan

2018, Stage, Sasha, My Romantic History, Live Theatre, Max Roberts

2016, Stage, Impie Haddock, Harriet Martineau Dreams of Dancing, Live Theatre Newcastle, Max Roberts

2016, Stage, Mandy, Forever Yours, Mary-Lou, Theatre Royal Bath, Laurence Boswell

2015, Stage, Polyxena, Hecuba, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Erica Whyman 

2015, Stage, Minnie, Shadow of a Gunman (Irish Times Best Supporting Actress Nomination), Abbey Theatre / Lyric Theatre, Wayne Jordan

2014, Stage, Tongue Fu, Udderbelly Festival, Chris Redmond

2013, Stage, Sasha, Sons Without Fathers, Arcola Theatre, Helena Kaut-Howson

2013, Stage, Sylvia Plath's Ariel, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Jamie Runcie

2013, Stage, Lead, White Rabbit Red Rabbit, Live Theatre, Nassim Soleimanpour

2012, Stage, Iris, Horse Piss For Blood, Theatre Royal, Drum Theatre, Simon Stokes

2010, Stage, Anya, The Cherry Orchard, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Rachel Kavanaugh

2010, Stage, Fanny, A Northern Odyssey, Live Theatre, Max Roberts

2010, Stage, Laurie, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Watford Palace Theatre, Jennie Darnell

2009, Stage, Lyra, His Dark Materials, Birmingham Rep/West Yorkshire Playhouse, Rachel Kavanaugh & Sarah Esdaile

2008, Stage, Lucy Pevensie, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Mark Thompson

2008, Stage, Hilde, The Lady From The Sea, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Lucy Bailey

2007, Stage, Gretl, Don Juan Comes Back From The War, Belgrade Theatre, Gadi Roll '

2007, Stage, Sarah Casey, The Tinker's Wedding, The Orange Tree Theatre, Henry Bell

2007, Stage, Useful Maid, Playgoers, The Orange Tree Theatre, Helen Leblique

2007, Stage, Ellen Roberts, Nan, The Orange Tree Theatre, Auriol Smith

2006, Stage, Ellie O'Connor, The Way home, Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse, Sue Dunderdale

2006, Stage, Sally Sawney, Live Like Pigs, Royal Court Theatre, Christian Burgess

2021, Television, Marjorie Cooper, A Discovery of Witches, Sky/ Bad Wolf, Philippa Langdale

2020, Television, Miss Brett, There She Goes, BBC/ Merman, Simon Hynd

2020, Television, Tilly Hildegard, Miss Scarlet and The Duke, UKTV/PBS/Element 8/ShinAwil, Declan O'Dwyer

2019, Television, Tina, Secret Life of Boys, ABC Australia/CBBC, Simon Hynd

2018, Television, Brigid (recurring), Witless, Objective Productions for BBC3, Andrew Chaplin

2014, Television, Ruth (series regular), The Great Fire, ITV / Ecosse Films, Jon Jones

2012, Television, Mary (semi-regular), Call The Midwife, Neal Street Productions / BBC, Philippa Lowthorpe / Jamie Payne

2012, Television, Rose, Emmerdale, ITV, Alan Wareing / Henry Foster

2012, Television, Annabelle Taylor, Holby City, BBC, Daikin Marsh

2011, Television, Della Morgan (Guest Lead), Doctors, BBC, Terry Iland

2019, Feature Film, Gabriela, For Love or Money, Family Dies / GSP, Mark Murphy

2015, Feature Film, Miss Howie, Ruby Strangelove, Moshe Diomant, Evgeny Ruman

2014, Feature Film, Nellie (lead), The Man On Her Mind, Alan Hruska, Bruce Guthrie

2013, Feature Film, Sister Anunciata, Philomena, BBC Films/Pathe/Baby Cow, Stephen Frears

2018, Film, Steph (lead), Mouthy, Falmouth University, Charles Evans

2013, Film, Hope, The Boy I love, Managing Mayhem, V&A, Katie Mitchell