Amy Manson English Actress
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Amy Manson is a Scottish screen, and theatre actress known for her latest role as Maladie in Joss Whedon's HBO series THE NEVERS (2021). Other works and films like Not Another Happy Ending as Darcie, Legacies as Dyrad, Torchwoodas Alice Guppy , Casualty as Abby Evans, Desperate Romantic as Lizzie Siddal , Once Upon a Time as Merida, and many more.

She was born in Aberdeen Shire, Scottland on 9 September in the year 1985 with natural black hair, brown eyes. Her star sign is Virgo. Mason has two siblings, James Manson and Ailsa Manson. During her teenage days, she played netball for the school and thought of pursuing an athlete by profession. But the love for acting made her move to London at the age of 17.

After moving to London from Scotland to pursue her acting career, she joined the Royal College of Stage Speech and Drama Development. She also attended the Saturday's Stage Coach Theater in school, where she found the love for acting before moving to London.

Amy's first debut was a television series Pure English Murder in 2006 by ITV Network (UK), where she played Martine Mc Kenzie in episode 405. In 2007 she officially debuted in mainstream cinema through Pumpkinhead: Blood Feud (fourth installment) in an American horror movie written and directed by Michael Hurst. It was a flop at box-office getting only 4.5/10 on IMBD. She also lent her voice to the radio dramas Lost in Plain Sight, The Summer Walking, and The Dead Hour.

She has been awarded twice with Critics Award for Theatre in Scotland as Best Female Performer for THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE (2014) and SIX CHARACTERS IN SEARCH OF AN AUTHOR (2007). Also, a winner for Diana Wade Bursary (Central School of Speech and Drama) (2003-06).