Amy Trigg


Represented By

Mel Kenyon

Head of Department

Assistant - Laura Maniura
Amy Trigg

Amy Trigg is an actor and writer from Essex. She was the first wheelchair user to graduate from a performance course at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Her acting credits include work with the Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare’s Globe, The Stephen Joseph Theatre, Nottingham Playhouse, BBC, Headlong and Universal. She is currently part of the Royal Court Introduction to Playwriting Group 2020/21, BBC Drama Room 2020/21 and BBC Writers Access Group 2020/21. Amy’s essay ‘An Ode to Improvisation (and Poehler and Fey)’ features in the book ‘Feminist’s Don’t Wear Pink (and other lies)’. Amy’s first full length play 'Reasons You Should(n't) Love Me’ was joint winner of the inaugural Women’s Prize for Playwriting 2020 (Ellie Keel Productions and Paines Plough).