Hi there, I'm Amanda (my pronouns are she/her)! 😊
I've been working in film, TV and theatre as a professional actor for the last 7+ years. I have also been coaching for about 2 years, and I have professional experience as a reader at an acting studio for 3 years. I love what I do!
Do you have a big audition coming up? Want to work on your craft during some downtime? Or just want to shoot a scene for fun? I'd love to help! 🎥
Happy to read as many times as you need and provide feedback/direction if you want it.
I speak in a Standard American accent, and can also do an authentic Australian accent if needed (I grew up there). And I also speak Italian as my second language, if that's helpful!
If I'm not online, feel free to contact me to schedule a time:
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Instagram - @amandasullo
⭐ A recent review: ⭐
"Selfishly I don't want to tell you guys how great Amanda is because I don't want her to get too busy to take my calls but the truth is she is a wonderful actress and a supportive partner and has great feedback to offer and does it in the most collaborative way. Strong recommend." – Abella
Amanda Sullo is a Canadian/Australian actress based in Vancouver, Canada.
Amanda plays a recurring role in season two of Disney/Freeform’s ‘Motherland: Fort Salem’, which airs on Freeform, Hulu and ABC Spark this summer.
She has played leading roles in numerous short films, including ‘Caller Unknown’, ‘The Pulse’, and the award-winning ‘Everything Before Me’. Amanda also played a supporting role in 'Corner and the Cutman' which toured to the HollyShorts Film Festival in Hollywood and the Montreal World Film Festival in 2015.
Her theatre credits include ‘The Red Tree’ with the National Theatre of Parramatta, and ‘Romeo and Juliet’ with PYT and the Australian Theatre for Young People.
Amanda studied Theatre and Performance at the University of NSW, and currently continues her studies at Anthony Meindl’s Actors Workshop Vancouver, and McIlroy and Associates.
She received the BBM/PACT Travelling Scholarship Award in 2016 in recognition of her achievements as an emerging artist. This led her to London to study at The Actors Centre, The Salon Collective and the London International School of Performing Arts.