|Born||28 March 1979|
Amy Huberman (born 28 March 1979) is an Irish actress and writer. She is known for her role as Daisy in the RTÉ drama series The Clinic. In 2018, she began writing and starring in the comedy series Finding Joy.
Huberman grew up in Dublin, south Dublin. She is the middle child of three siblings and the only daughter. Her father Harold was born in London to a Polish Jewish family; her mother Sandra is from County Wexford. Her parents married in 1974. Her brother, Mark Huberman, is also an actor and worked in films such as Boy Eats Girl and on The Clinic as Kieran Miller.
She was educated at Loreto College, Foxrock and she took classes in the Betty Ann Norton Drama School. Following school, she attended University College Dublin (UCD) intending to become a social worker, but when she found the drama society her career took a different direction.
Huberman's debut novel, Hello Heartbreak (ISBN 978-1844882144), was published on 2 July 2009. In 2018, Huberman began writing and starring in the comedy series Finding Joy, as titular character Joy. To date, two series have been broadcast on RTÉ.
|2002||Bad Karma||Jenny Pantelli|
|2008||Satellites & Meteorites||Lucinda|
|2008||A Film with Me in It||Sally|
|2009||Legend of the Bog||Hannah Ross|
|2010||Rewind||Karen||Won: IFTA for Best Actress in a Film|
|2010||Three Wise Women||Liz|
|2011||Stella Days||Elaine||Nomination: IFTA for Best Supporting Actress in a Film|
|2012||Chasing Leprechauns||Sarah Cavanaugh||Television film (Hallmark)|
|2016||Kill Ratio||Gabrielle Martin|
|2016||Handsome Devil||Natalie Roche|
|2001–2002||On Home Ground||Diane Collins||10 episodes|
|2006||Dream Team 80's||Ann Kavanagh||1 episode|
|2007||Inspector George Gently||Charlotte Dawson||1 episode|
|2003–2009||The Clinic||Daisy O'Callaghan||62 episodes |
Nominated: IFTA for Best Supporting Actress in Television
|2010||Your Bad Self||Herself||6 episodes|
|2010||Comedy Lab||1 episode|
|2014||Moone Boy||Miss Tivnan||1 episode|
|2015||Silent Witness||Carol Mansfield||Episode: "Protection" (2 parts)|
|2016–2018||Can't Cope, Won't Cope||Kate||5 episodes|
|2016||Cold Feet||Sarah Poynter||4 episodes|
|2017–2018||Striking Out ||Tara Rafferty||10 episodes|
|2018||Finding Joy||Joy||Main role|
|2019||Flack||Celina Pope||1 episode|
|2022||Derry Girls||Tara||1 episode|
- "From the southside to the dark side". The Irish Times. Retrieved 27 July 2018.
- "Amy and Bod's New Adventure". Irish Independent. 2 December 2012.
- Mark Huberman at IMDb
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- "Cannes not Brian's cup of tea but Amy proves a smash hit". Independent.ie. Media Huis. 20 May 2008. Retrieved 8 September 2008.
- Crowley, Jeananne (8 July 2009). "Izzy in a tizzy but author's heart not in genre". Irish Times. Retrieved 18 November 2021.
- Flynn, Fiona (November 2019). "Season 2 of Amy Huberman's 'Finding Joy' begins filming in Dublin". Entertainment.ie. Retrieved 18 November 2021.
- "Finding Joy". Raidió Teilifís Éireann. 20 October 2020. Archived from the original on 14 November 2020. Retrieved 5 June 2021.
- Roisin Ingle (2 July 2010). "Irish rugby captain O'Driscoll marries". Irish Times. Retrieved 2 July 2010.
- "Amy Huberman gives birth to baby girl". RTÉ. 10 February 2013. Retrieved 10 February 2013.
- "It's another BOD! Rugby legend Brian O'Driscoll and actress Amy Huberman have welcomed a baby boy". evoke.ie. 20 November 2014. Archived from the original on 3 February 2015. Retrieved 3 February 2015.
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- "Amy Huberman: 'My writing career came out of being unemployed and living in a basement flat in London'". Independent News & Media. 20 November 2016.