Amber Deasy is a stage and screen actor from West Cork, who trained at the Cork School of Music on the Theatre and Drama Degree from 2015-2019, graduating with a First Class Honours.
Amber most recently performed as Carmen in Finnegan Kruckmeyer’s this girl laughs, this girl cries, this girl does nothing, directed by Niall Cleary with Graffiti Theatre Company.
During her training Amber has studied many theatre practitioners and acting styles, including Kristin Linklater’s voice technique with Regina Crowley and acting for screen with Hilary- Rose.
Recent theatre credits include; a solo performance of Claire Dowie’s Adult Child/Dead Child (dir. Katrina Foley, Wandering Star Theatre Company, Cork Arts Theatre, 2019), as Maggie Lyttle in Owen McCafferty’s Scenes from the Big Picture (dir. Regina Crowley, BATDS, CIT, CSM, 2019), as the title role Jacqueline in Jacqueline (dir. Aoife Byrne & Alison McCarthy, A.Tack Theatre Company, Galway Fringe Festival, 2018), as Raisa and Stepan in The Suicide (dir. Johnny Hanrahan, BATDS, CIT CSM, 2018), as a shadow cast member in How It Is (dir. Judy Hegarty Lovett, Gare St. Lazare Ireland, Everyman Theatre 2018) and as Jaso in Pat Kinevane’s The Nun’s Wood (dir. Mike Ryan, Ferocious Composure, the Granary theatre, 2016).
Recent screen credits include; as the role of Bridget in A White Horse (dir. Shaun O Connor, 2019) and as Melissa in Sunflower Crush (dir. Allison O Flynn, 2018).
In her spare time, Amber enjoys reading, writing, watching films and playing the piano and ukulele.