About Amy Forsyth
Amy Forsyth is a Canadian actress. She is probably most recognized for her appearance as a series regular on the Hulu drama The Path (which ran from 2016 until 2017), the second season of the SyFy’s horror anthology Channel Zero (2017), the NBC musical drama Rise (2018), as well as her recurring role on the popular science fiction western Defiance (2014-2015). Amy has also appeared in such horror films as Hell Fest (2018), We Summon the Darkness (2020), A Christmas Horror Story (2015), and the biographical drama Beautiful Boy (2018).
Early life before fame
Amy loved the outdoors when she was little, and she was very active, taking on various classes and always participating in many things at once. Her biggest passion when growing up was ballet, so she decided to start taking ballet classes at her local dance studio when she was only a child. This paved the way for her to realize how much she loves performing, and it didn’t look before she ventured into musical theatre, which truly opened her eyes to how much she loves to act and how talented she is.
Amy appeared as Cassie in Halfway Point (2010), Lea in A Sweet Uncertainty (2010), Young Woman in Blizaard (2012), Mary Bronson and Little Monkey in Torment (2013), Daisy in Me X Infinity (2014), Caprice Bauer in A Christmas Horror Story (2015), Diane in Beautiful Boy (2018), as Natalie in Hell Fest (2018), Neighbor in Stucco (2019), Beverly in We Summon the Darkness (2019), and Gertie in the 2021 American drama film CODA.
Her television appearances
Amy first appeared in a TV role in 2013 when she played Julia Grieveson in the Canadian police drama television series Cracked. Following that, she was cast as Isobel Durant in the episode “Sacrifice” on the popular TV series Reign, as well as appearing as Eden in Degrassi: The Next Generation (2014). She was also seen in a recurring role as Andina in the American science fiction western drama television series Defiance (2014-2015).
Her more recent roles have included Alice Kelly in the 2015s The Music in Me, Penelope Trotwood in The Lizzie Borden Chronicles (2015), Lacey Walker in Lead with Your Heart (2015), as well as playing the main role of Ashley Fields in the American drama streaming television series The Path.
Amy was also seen lending her voice in the popular American animated stop motion sketch comedy television series Robot Chicken, where she played Dorothy Ann in the episode “We Don’t See Much of That in 1940s America”.
Her most recent role was in 2018, when she played the main role of Gwen Strickland in the American musical drama television series Rise.
Amy had also starred alongside the famous actor William Shatner when she was filming the horror film A Christmas Horror Story. She also has an older brother, Joel, who is an industrial designer.
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