Amy De Bhrún

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

Amy is currently filming the lead role of ‘Abigail Whithall’ in SANCTUARY, directed by Lisa Mulcahy and Justin Molotnikov for AMC and Monumental Pictures.

She wrapped filming the lead role of ‘Jenny Malone’ earlier this year in the comedy feature APOCALYPSE CLOWN, directed by Georga Kane for Fastnet Films.

More recently, Amy was cast in Apple TV+ comedy-drama BAD SISTERS directed by Josephine Bornebusch for Merman and appeared as Felicity O’Reilly in HARRY WILD on Acorn TV.

Credits in 2021 include HOPE STREET, directed by Dez McCarthy for the BBC & Britbox, and HIDDEN ASSETS, directed by Thaddeus O’Sullivan for Saffron Pictures.

Recent credits include THE OUTPOST, directed by John Lyde for Arrowstorm Entertainment, Jarl Hrolf in VIKINGS on History, and KRYPTON, directed by Marc Roskin for Warner Horizon Veronica in BRIDGET & EAMON, directed by Jason Butler.

Other recent film and television credits include CORONATION STREETEND OF SENTENCE, and THE CURED, directed by David Freyne.

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

Previous film and television credits include THE CROWN AND THE DRAGONTHE BACHELOR WEEKEND, JIMI: ALL IS BY MY SIDE, PENNY DREADFUL, TESS OF THE D’URBERVILLESCASUALTY directed by Steve Hughes for the BBC.

Short films include SKIP TO THE END, LEAVE, GRIDLOCK, and THE NATION HOLDS ITS BREATH.

An accomplished writer – her short film AFTER received the Filmbase Funding Award and went into production in 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.

Amy performed her one-woman shows to critical acclaim in Dublin, London, Los Angeles, and New York City. She recently completed a successful run of her play I SEE YOU with Lady Bug productions at Theatre Upstairs.