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Amy Trigg 2020

Training: Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (first wheelchair user to graduate from  a performance course at Mountview).

Theatre: The Little Big Things (West End - 2024 Olivier award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical), Medea (West End), Reasons You Should(n't) Love Me (Kiln Theatre and tour, Paines Plough), The Taming of the Shrew (RSC), Measure for Measure (RSC), Goth Weekend (The Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough/Live Theatre, Newcastle), The Who's Tommy (Tour), The Glass Menagerie (Nottingham Playhouse), Shakespeare Within The Abbey (Westminster Abbey with Shakespeare's Globe), The Sonnet Walks (Shakespeare's Globe), Fusion (Lilian Baylis Theatre, Sadler's Wells), The Joy of Dance (Lyric Hammersmith) and Sadler's Wells Takeover Weekend (The National Theatre's River Stage).


Television:  Grace (ITV), Father Brown (BBC), The F**k It Bucket (Netflix), Unforgotten (ITV), Casualty (BBC), The Other One (BBC), Such Brave Girls (BBC), Feel Good (Netflix), Unprecedented (BBC/Headlong), Stella (Sky One) and Doctors (BBC).

Film: Luther: The Fallen Sun (Netflix) and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (Universal).

Short Film: Pas De Deux (Resource Productions).

Audio: Found (45North) and Reasons You Should(n't) Love Me (Audible).

Radio: The A-Z of Things: A is for Award (BBC Radio 3).

Digital: Philip Pullman's Grimm Tales (Unicorn Theatre) and Telling Tales (Muck and Rumble).

Training Video: Sam's Journey (Firewood Pictures).

Commercial: Npower: The Hum (FCB Inferno).


Rehearsed Readings and Workshops: Katy (Unicorn Theatre), US First (Vital Xposure), Kirkmoore (Fudge Park), The Little Big Things (Michael Harrison Entertainment), Medea (Fictionhouse), Such Brave Girls (Camden Productions), Stuck (Guilty Party Pictures), Teenage Dick (Bush Theatre), Heidi (Nottingham Playhouse) Life Skills (BBC), Meds/Storage Britain (Graeae in association with Hull Truck, West Yorkshire Playhouse and Live Theatre), Junior Dreamland/Context (Graeae in association with NT Studio, Royal Court and Soho Theatre).


Amy has performed comedic street theatre with Natural Diversions Theatre Company and appeared in an online Comic Relief Campaign for Barclays in association with Abnormally Funny People.

Amy is also a comedian (Colchester New Comedian of the year 2016) and has trained in improvisation with The Second City (Improv to Sketch Intensive), iO (Harold Intensive), Hoopla (Long Form), and Improvable (Short form). She founded the Essex based improv group Lady's Inconvenience.

Amy trained as a TV presenter with Aspire TV Presenting.

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