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Amelia is a graduate of Victoria University of Wellington in History and Theatre and has a post-graduate diploma in Journalism from AUT. Earlier this year, Amelia performed with the Pop Up Globe as part of the Southampton’s Company. She is currently in rehearsals for Burn Her part of Q Theatre’s 2018 Matchbox Season.
She has written and performed three plays with Saraid Cameron. The first, STOMACH, was performed in Auckland and Wellington and subsequently selected to tour Auckland High School as part of the inaugural Basement in Schools programme. Their second work, The Memory Shelf, was awarded the Tour Ready Award and Best New Script at the 2015 Auckland Fringe Awards. Their third show, Cult Show: The Revitalisation of the New Zealand Women’s Archives played at the Basement Theatre in May to critical acclaim.
On screen, Amelia has played significant roles in The Tribe, the Disney Channel’s As the Bell Rings, and the CBBC’s Paradise Cafe. Her most recent screen credits include the mini-series When We Go to War, AMC’s The Making of the Mob: Chicago, and as major support in the TVNZ funded telemovie Kiwi.