Amelia was born in London and grew up in Bowral and Sydney during which time she became involved with many community productions. She then went on to study at UNSW and the National Art School before realising her love for the performing arts.
After taking part in various short films, Amelia decided she wanted to expand her skillset and chose Actors Centre Australia as the perfect place to do so. During her time at ACA, Amelia has relished the opportunity to explore roles such as Mary Brenham in Our Country’s Good (dir. Adam Cook), Hecuba in The Trojan Women (dir. Adam Cook), Sandra in Dolores (dir. Troy Harrison), The Princess of France in Love’s Labour’s Lost (dir. Jennifer West), a performer in 4:48 Psychosis (dir. Zac Bush), Oscar Wilde in The Importance of Being Oscar (dir. Maeliosa Stafford), Mrs Foresight in Love for Love, (dir. Anthony Skuse) and Babe in Crimes of the Heart (dir. Francesca Savige). Her time at ACA has further intensified her passion for the craft and she is eagerly awaiting what comes next.