Amy Love is a member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York, where her credits include Madagascar by John Guare, The Secret Order by Bob Clyman, Louis Slotin Sonata by Paul Mullin, Moving Bodies by Arthur Giron, and Up, Down, Strange, Charmed, Beauty, and Truth by Edward Allan Baker. Additional NYC credits include The Vagina Monologues (1st National Tour), HB Playwrights Foundation, Rattlestick, Drama League, HERE, and Miranda Theatre. Regional: Kat in The Music Lesson (Dorset Theatre & Florida Stage), Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest (Hangar Theatre), Thomasina in Arcadia (TheatreVirginia), Marie Louise in My Three Angels (TheatreVirginia), Mary Warren in The Crucible (Pioneer Theatre), Kelly in Do Not Go Gentle (Fulton Theatre), Alice in You Can't Take It With You (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Hero in Much Ado About Nothing (OSF), Emily in Our Town (Alabama Shakespeare Festival), and Zan in A Summer Remembered (Steppenwolf). Television: Kenny The Shark, Law & Order: SVU, and The Gross Side.
In the summer of 2008, Amy moved with her husband and two young sons to Seattle. Locally she has appeared in 14/48 at ACT, Freehold's New Play Lab, NCTC's Pipeline reading of Billy Aronson's First Day of School, NPA's reading of Dusk at Seattle Rep, and the workshop production of It's Not in the P-I at NSCC. If you're late night channel surfing, you might catch her enjoying a delicious burrito from Taco Time or shopping for a cell phone at Car Toys. Amy is a graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy and received a Bachelor of Science in Theatre from Northwestern University.