Amy De Bhrún

Amy was most recently seen on television in LINE OF DUTY – Series 6, as returning character ‘Steph Corbett’ on BBC1.

Most recently, she was cast in Apple TV’s forthcoming comedy drama EMERALD directed by Josephine Bornebusch for Merman.

Earlier in 2021, Amy filmed HOPE STREET directed by Dez McCarthy for the BBC and Britbox, HIDDEN ASSETS directed by Thaddeus O’Sullivan for Saffron Pictures and HARRY WILD directed by Rob and Ronan Burke for Acorn TV.

Recent credits include THE OUTPOST directed by John Lyde for Arrowstorm Entertainment, Jarl Hrolf in the concluding series of VIKINGS on History, Sagitari Pline in KRYPTON directed by Marc Roskin for Warner Horizon/Syfy and Veronica in BRIDGET & EAMON directed by Jason Butler for Vico Films.

Further recent film and television credits include Adele McHoughton in CORONATION STREET directed by Tony Prescott for Granada TV, END OF SENTENCE directed by Elfar Adalsteins for Samson Films and THE CURED directed by David Freyne for Tilted Pictures.

In 2016, Amy was seen in American spy thriller JASON BOURNE written and directed by Paul Greengrass, starring Matt Damon and Tommy Lee Jones for Universal Pictures.

Further previous film and television credits include lead role Ellen Barethon in THE CROWN AND THE DRAGON (Arrowstorm Entertainment), Rachel in THE BACHELOR WEEKEND (Treasure Entertainment), Jimi Hendrix biopic ALL IS BY MY SIDE written and directed by John Ridley for Matador Pictures, PENNY DREADFUL directed by J.A Bayona for Showtime, TV mini-series TESS OF THE D’URBERVILLES (ITV Studios) and Alana Nicholson in CASUALTY directed by Steve Hughes for the BBC.

Short films include SKIP TO THE END written and directed by Brendan and Jason Butler, THE NATION HOLDS ITS BREATH, LEAVE directed by Mike Hayes for 925 Productions and GRIDLOCK directed by Ian Hunt Duffy for Fail Safe Films.

An accomplished writer – her short film AFTER received the Filmbase Funding Award and went into production January 2014, in which Amy played the female lead role. She stars in both Irish band KODALINE music videos for their hit song “All I Want” directed by Stevie Russell.

Her one-woman theatre shows have been performed in Dublin, London, Los Angles and New York City to critical acclaim. More recently, she completed a successful run of her play I SEE YOU with Lady Bug productions at Theatre Upstairs.