About Me

My name is Amy Sands, I am a 20 year old Drama student from Northern Ireland currently studying in my final year at Liverpool John Moores University. Once I graduate, I would like to concentrate on developing an acting career in either theatre or film. 

I have always been interested in Drama, however my driven passion for theatre arose when I studied Performing Arts at GCSE and A Level. I was given many opportunities to develop my knowledge in theatre by acting in many different types of shows for example one being, Mrs Lovett in Sweeney Todd. I was also given the lucky chance to become a youth leader of our after-school Drama society which led me to stage manage our school's showcase of Oliver Twist. 

I have come to realise in my past three years of studying Drama at LJMU that my areas of interest lie within acting and comedy as I have gained a lot of acting experience through performing naturalism, musical theatre, comedic acting, storytelling and stand-up comedy.

“Acting is behaving truthfully under imaginary circumstances.” - Sanford Meisner




Age:                 20

Height:            5'7"

Eye Colour:     Blue

Hair colour:    Brunette

Playing ages: 18-25




Accents: Northern Irish (native), Southern Irish, North American, Australian, British, Scottish, French

Other skills: Full drivers license, stage combat, swimming, devising


BA (Hons) Drama, Liverpool John Moores University, 2017-2020

The reason I chose this headshot is because I feel it shows my true self in my most natural state.


February 2018 - May 2018

The Bacchae

Role: Bacchae ensemble

Director: Mark Smith

Company/Venue: LJMU - John Foster Drama Studio

September 2018 - November 2018

Hard Times

Role: Tour guide

Director: Ros Merkin

Company/Venue: LJMU - Punch Tarmey's

April 2019

Play it By Beer

Role: Multiple

Directors: Daisy Major & Freya Yeldham

Company/Venue: Makin Theatre Fest - Joe H Makin Basement

January 2020 - March 2020

Beasts and Beauties

Role: Multiple

Directors: Matthew Walker & Lucy Jones

Company/Venue: Liverpool Emerging Festival of Theatre, John Foster Drama Studio