❈ PEPPED Productions ❈
— Amy Brown, Actor & Voiceover Artist —
(Photo credit: Rosie Kernohan)
Subika Anwar & Amy Brown performing at GenFest 2022,
Royal & Derngate, Northampton.
(Photo credit: Bien Kayij)
Amy Brown appearing as Maggie in "Dancing at Lughnasa" , The National Theatre, 2023.
(Photo credit: Caitriona Williams)
Various production shots
from years gone by...
❈ About Amy Brown
Amy Brown is a RADA trained Actor. She has worked predominantly in theatre and has performed throughout the UK. Amy has had a busy year in 2023, working on set for both Netflix and BBC3 and also at the National Theatre, on Josie Rourke's production of 'Dancing at Lughnasa'. She had the honour of understudying both Kate and Maggie, which was a wonderful challenge and delighted her Mother, who hails from the Emerald Isle!
Amy appearing at the curtain call, after her performance as Maggie, in 'Dancing at Lughnasa' at the National Theatre, 2023.
Ms Harper in "Boarders", a new comedy series for BBC3;
Kate and Maggie (understudy) in "Dancing at Lughnasa", The National Theatre;
Police Officer in "Supacell", Netflix;
Ensemble/ (understudy) Susannah Highland and Joy Sampson in "The Southbury Child", Chichester Festival Theatre & The Bridge Theatre, London;
Anna in "Cast Offs", Channel 4;
Jo McKenna in "Doctors", BBC 1;
Lucy Pevensie in "The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe", West Yorkshire Playhouse & Birmingham REP;
Mary Robinson in "Bright Star", feature film written & directed by Jane Campion;
Betty in "Dangerous Corner", New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-Under-Lyme;
Isabella de Angouleme in "King John", RSC, Stratford Upon Avon; (as part of The Complete Works Season)
Margaret/(understudy) Hero in "Much Ado About Nothing", Swan Theatre, Stratford Upon Avon & West End transfer;
Page/(understudy) Juliet in "Romeo & Juliet", RST, RSC, Stratford Upon Avon;
Scout in "To Kill A Mockingbird", Salisbury Playhouse;
Hermia/Quince & First Fairy in "A Midsummer Night's Dream", Lincoln Centre, New York/Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor/Royal Festival Hall, London;
Joyce/Air Hostess in "One Church", BBC Radio 4 drama company;
Zoe in "Misconceptions", the Royal, Northampton & UK number 1 tour;
Sue Brown in "Summer Lightning", the Royal, Northampton;
Fanny in "Nicholas Nickleby", Lyric Hammersmith, National Youth Theatre of Great Britain;