About

 
 
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Amy is an Irish actress and singer.

She graduated with a distinction from the London School of Musical Theatre and studied a BA in Drama and Theatre at Trinity College Dublin.

Amy has appeared in many theatre productions both in Ireland and the UK and made a dramatic exit on RTE's Fair City as Hannah Mark earlier this year.

When not acting, she works in radio as a news reader and presenter. Amy also dabbles in production most recently working on the podcast ALL ABOUT DIS'.

She is represented by Frontline Actors Agency.

Some TV/stage credits include:

Fair City (RTE), Ledwidge (New Theatre, National Tour), Lockdown (New Theatre, N tour), Making Dads Army (BBC), Madame Markievicz on Trial (New Theatre, National tour), Peter Pan (Gaiety Theatre), Boys (Cork Arts Theatre), The Last Five Years (Project Arts Centre), If I Were You (Cork Arts Theatre), Immaculate (White Bear Theatre, London), KatieMag (The Everyman Palace/Smock Alley), Who Will Carry The Word (Brockley Jack Theatre, London, Our Town (Camden People’s Theatre, London), Playground Night (Theatre 503, London)

 
 

News

 
 
Amy O’Dwyer in particular should be commended for creating two extremely different characters despite the restrictive setting of the witness box which prevents huge physicality.
— Madame de Markievicz on Trial – The New Theatre
The energy is consistent and O’ Dwyer’s vocal control is especially impressive.
— The Last Five Years - Project Arts Centre
O’Farrell is played by Amy O’Dwyer, and having seen her in a number of plays, she has an ability to sink into the role, becoming it in a way that makes her look different, even physically different. Here she holds herself well in the first few seconds. No one could be convinced otherwise that this is not a soldier, a Captain.
— Lockdown - The New Theatre