Actor, Singer, Accent Chameleon
Amy Walker is an award-winning actress, writer and singer who has been featured on TEDx, the TODAY Show, NPR, Inside Edition, and as Variety's Accents Expert, for her chameleon-like ability to instantly switch between authentic characters, accents and singing styles.
Her work utilizes empathy as a bridge to equality ~ whether performing or creating content that entertains and inspires positive social change.
Walker plays key roles in three feature films due out this year: Grace and Grit, alongside Mena Suvari and Frances Fisher and based on the best-selling book; Evan Wood, family drama about addiction; and The Scheme of Things, a family adventure film.
Most recently, Amy won two Best Actress awards for her starring role as Lulu in Listen, a powerful short film dealing with domestic partner abuse.
Multicom Entertainment picked up for distribution Into Light, a powerful short film about suffrage martyr Inez Milholland, which Walker stars in and also wrote and co-produced at SoulfireCreations.com with co-founder Nipun Nair. They have several film and television projects in development.
Other highlights include collaborating with such incredible artists as Jack White on her record for Third Man Records...
Performing live with Company C Ballet in San Francisco and NY... Being selected for the world-wide Women In Comedy initiative by Elizabeth Banks' WhoHaHa and YouTube... And touring her one-woman show internationally to finale on London's West End.
As a voice actress, Amy has performed voice matches for Disney (Kerry Condon for Iron Man VR - Irish) and Universal (Rebel Wilson for Pitch Perfect III - Australian). She also voices popular characters including: Vanguard in Call of Duty Mobile; Lunara in Heroes of the Storm, Mrs. Nanny in Fallout 76, and Elise Starseeker in Hearthstone, for which she presented on a panel at COMIC-CON.
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Littman Talent Group
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Commercial: Peter Varano
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