Amy Forsyth

Amy Forsyth



Amy Forsyth is an up and coming actor who is known for her roles in television, film and theater. She was born in Toronto, Canada in 1995. She began her acting career in her teens, appearing in various television series, such as ‘Rookie Blue’, ‘The Path’, ‘Motive’ and ‘Reign’.

In 2016, Forsyth made her feature film debut in ‘The Other Half’, where she starred in the lead role alongside Tatiana Maslany. The film was an exploration of a complicated relationship between two people with mental illness. The film was critically acclaimed and Forsyth’s performance was praised.

Forsyth went on to appear in ‘Rise’, a musical drama series for NBC. She played the lead role of Lilette Suarez, a young woman who dreams of becoming a successful theater director. The series was well-received and renewed for a second season.

Forsyth has also had roles in several films, including ‘The Witch’, ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ and ‘The Lie’. She has also had roles in television series such as ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ and ‘American Horror Story’.

Forsyth is also an avid theater actor, appearing in several productions, such as ‘The Crucible’, ‘The Seagull’ and ‘The Wolves’. She was nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award for her performance in The Wolves.

Forsyth is an active supporter of numerous charities and is an ambassador for The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. She is passionate about helping refugees and has participated in various fundraisers to support the cause.

Forsyth is a talented actor who is sure to continue to make her mark in the entertainment industry. Her work in television, film and theater has earned her praise from both critics and audiences alike. With her undeniable talent and dedication to her craft, she is sure to have a long and successful career ahead of her.

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