Amy Matysio

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Amy Matysio is a Canadian Theater, TV & Film actress born in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.[1]

Education[edit]

She holds a BFA in Theatre (Performance) from the University of Regina and has studied at York St.John University in York, England.

Awards[edit]

2013 Recipient "BEST ACTRESS - inSAYSHAble" HollyWeb Festival

2013 Recipient "BEST COMEDY - inSAYSHAble" HollyWeb Festival

2013 Recipient "BEST ACTRESS - COMEDY - inSAYSHAble" LA Web Festival

2013 Nominee "BEST LEAD FEMALE TV/WEB PERFORMANCE - inSAYSHAble", Canadian Comedy Awards

2013 Selected as one of CBC Saskatchewan's "Future 40"

2012 Nominee "BEST LEAD FEMALE TV PERFORMANCE - Single White Spenny", Canadian Comedy Awards

2010 Named to Playback's “TEN TO WATCH"

2010 Nominee "LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS ARTS AWARD - Achievement in the Arts Under 30"

2010 Nominee "YWCA WOMAN OF DISTINCTION AWARD - ARTS"

2010 Nominee "BEST FEMALE IMPROVISOR" Canadian Comedy Awards

2010 Nominee, Writer / Voice Artist "BEST RADIO CLIP - First Generation Urbanite" Canadian Comedy Awards

2010 Nominee "BEST IMPROV TROUPE - General Fools" Canadian Comedy Awards

2009 Nominee "LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS ARTS AWARD - Achievement in the Arts Under 30"

2009 Nominee "BEST FEMALE IMPROVISOR" Canadian Comedy Awards

2008 Nominee "BEST IMPROV TROUPE - General Fools" Canadian Comedy Awards

2008 Nominee "BEST FEMALE IMPROVISOR" Canadian Comedy Awards

2005 Recipient "RBC EMERGING ARTIST AWARD - Amy Matysio" Regina Mayor's Arts & Business Awards

Career[edit]

Amy has attended several improv festivals across Canada in her 13 years of improvisational theatre and she is an active member of General Fools Improvisational Theatre.[2] She also starred in the romantic comedy film Just Friends, the crime thriller Dolan's Cadillac, the horror thriller Chained and as well in the Comedy horror film Wolf Cop.[3]

Stage[edit]

  • HONK! (Globe Theatre)
  • Loud & Queer (Globe Theatre)
  • On the Line (Globe Theatre)
  • Over (As-Q Theater Collective)
  • The Shape of Things (Theatre Ecstasis)
  • Measure for Measure (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan)
  • Hamlet (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan)
  • The Merry Wives of Windsor (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan)
  • Love’s Labor’s Lost (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan)
  • Pageant (On the Verge, National Arts Centre, Saskatchewan Playwrights Center, Hot House Theatre).
  • Just So (Globe Theatre)

T.V and Film[edit]

Amy is an ACTRA and Canadian Actors' Equity Association member.

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