Born in southern China, Amy dreamt to be a scientist at a young age though her talent shined on stages. She realized her passion in storytelling after she moved to Chicago, where she started her training at the Second City Training Center and numerous other acting schools. Soon she signed with a major agency in Chicago, and she was cast in theater shows such as "Autumn Moon", and TV/Film projects including "Shameless". Amy relocated to Los Angeles in 2016 and continued her stage work in the play "Wonder Women." Her film work includes "Samurai Cop 2" "Tales of Frankenstein," the award-winning film "Whisper," "Zalla", "Deep Feelings", to name a few. She received the Best Lead Actress Award at the 2017 Canada Golden Maple Film Festival for her portraying of scientist Dianna in "Whisper". After studied with various acting teachers in LA, Amy auditioned and entered the professional program for Acting on Camera at UCLA School of Theater Film and Television . She graduated from UCLA in June 2020. Shortly after graduation , Amy started her study of Korean language and culture in South Korea, with the goal of creating multicultural entertainment projects.
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