Amy McAllister


Amy has worked extensively in theatre since graduating from the Guildhall. Recent work includes Horse Piss For Blood by Kneehigh Theatre writer Carl Grose, No Man’s Land, performed in Berlin and in the UK, and The Cherry Orchard, adapted by Tom Stoppard, in which she played the role of Anya. In 2010, she appeared as autistic savant Fanny Haddock in the five star production of A Northern Odyssey, the latest play from Shelagh Stephenson. She took on the role of Lyra in the 2009 stage adaptation of Phillip Pullman’s His Dark Materials, in a co-production with the Birmingham Repertory Theatre and the West Yorkshire Playhouse. In 2008, she was highly praised by theatre critics for her performance as Hilde Wangel in The Lady from the Sea, also at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre.[1]

Her television work includes Doctors as Della Morgan, as teenage runaway Mary in BBC Drama Call the Midwife, and as a cancer patient in BBC drama Holby City.[2]