Kimberly Amato

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Kimberly Amato
Born (1976-07-03) July 3, 1976 (age 38)
Hicksville, New York, USA
Years active 1991 - present
Website
http://www.kimberlyamato.com

Kimberly Amato (born 1976) is an American actress.

Career[edit]

Amato held the positions of actress, producer, writer, director and editor for ''Party Girl'' (2009 TV Series)[1] and The Mis-Adventures of McT & A! (2010).[2] The television pilot, "Party Girl", won the Aloha Accolade for Excellence in Filmmaking from the Honolulu Film Awards.[3]

Amato's credits also include Under the Raven's Wing as "Raven" [4] and the Circles of Fire Productions' independent pilot Something Blue (2007) as Kira.[5]

Amato runs the company Little Crown Productions.[6] She holds a BA in psychology from Hofstra University and a MA in forensic psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice.[7]

Filmography[edit]

  • Deadly Devotion (2013) .... "Kirby"
  • Stalked: Someone's Watching (2013) .... "Sandi Musk"
  • The Mis-Adventures of McT & A! (2010) .... "A"
  • Party Girl (TV) (2009) .... "Jenna Bradley"
  • Under the Raven's Wing (2007) .... "Raven"
  • Deception (2007) .... "Jennifer"
  • Perfect Criminals (2007) .... "Alisa"
  • Weekend Rental (2007) .... "Julie"
  • David's Apartment (2007) .... "Kira Morris"
  • Fistful of Sand (2006) .... "Katie Jackobs"
  • Recoil (2005) .... "Natalie"
  • The Interrogation of Clark Grant (2004) .... "Amy Richards"
  • Billy's Choice (2004) .... "Rebecca Archer"
  • Double Dare (2004) .... 'Self'

Crew Work[edit]

  • Director, Editor, Producer, Writer - The MisAdventures of McT & A (2010)
  • Director, Editor, Producer, Writer - Party Girl (TV) (2009)
  • Co-Producer, Additional Camera, Publicist - Under the Raven's Wing (2007)
  • Director, Writer, Producer - Deception (2007)
  • Writer, Producer - Fistful of Sand (2006)
  • Production Assistant - Protesters (2004)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Party Girl IMDB
  2. ^ The Mis-Adventures of McT & A! IMDB
  3. ^ "2009 Aloha Accolade Award Winners". Honolulu Film Festival. Retrieved 11 February 2013. 
  4. ^ Kimberly Amato - "Raven"
  5. ^ Ponciano, Asiana (2007). "The Next L Word". Curve Magazine 17 (3): 51. 
  6. ^ Little Crown Productions Official Website
  7. ^ IMDB

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