Amy Redford



Amy made her directorial debut with The Guitar, starring Saffron Burrows. Amy has recently directed an episode of Law & Order: SVU. She also recently shot a short film called DeLiVeRy with Ethan Suplee and Lukas Haas. Upcoming projects include the features : Phoenix, The House that Jack Built, Claude and the Birthday Cake (which she is co-writing with Jude Falaise about growing up in Haiti in 1963) Songbird about the singer Eva Cassidy and the television series DICK. She is also co-creating the web-series The Royal Hotel with Deirdre Lewis, featuring various artists stepping out of their established Genre’s and mediums to create new work (produced by Tina Elmo and Sundance Productions)

As an actress, Amy appeared in Sunshine Cleaning with Amy Adams; First Person Singular, directed by Sam Neave; The Understudy, directed by Hanna Davis and David Conolly. Her other films include: This Revolution with Rosario Dawson, directed by Stephen Marshall; Cry Funny Happy, directed by Sam Neave; Last Man Running, directed by Damon Santostefano; Maid In Manhattan directed by Wayne Wang; Strike the Tent (a period civil war piece); The Music Inside (based on a true story of a halfway house for mentally ill patients in Montana,); When I Find the Ocean with Diane Ladd; and Giving it Up with Mark Feurstein.

Amy's theatre experience includes: Daisy Foote's play Bhutan, directed by Evan Yanoulis (Cherry Lane Studio and Mainstage, New York Stage and Film); The Golden Ladder; The Messenger; Touch My Face; Stuck; Who Will Carry the WordHello and Goodbye; and The Shape of Things. Regional Includes: The Shape of Things (Canadian Premier at Cand Stage), Collected Stories, and Hello and Goodbye. Ms. Redford also co-created Switch Track with Yael Farber and Darrill Rosen, developed at Mabou Mines and then the Sundance Playwrights Lab. She appeared in Rebecca Gilman's The Crowd You're in With and Karen Zacharias' The Book Club Play at the O’Neill Theatre Center. She directed Flo's Ho's with Teri Lamm, inspired by Julia Jordan's play of the same title for Epic Theatre Center. She also directed Watersports at EST.

Amy has worked at New York Stage and Film, Williamstown Theatre Festival, the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center, the Sundance Filmmaker and Theatre Labs, the Dorset Theatre, and the Tectonic Theatre Company. TV credits include: Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit , The Sopranos, Sex and the City, Dellaventura and Wonderland.

Ms. Redford did her postgraduate work at LAMDA, studied at ACT, The Actors Center, Circle Rep, CU, and earned her BA from SFSU and University of Colorado, Boulder.