Amy Harrison is an English writer, actor and comedian.
- Home town
- Resident of
- England (Hornsea)
Amy Harrison is a comedy writer and short film producer hailing from Hornsea--home of the UK's #1 Fish and Chip Takeaway.
She has comedy writing credits for multi-award winning show The Skewer on BBC Radio 4. Her comedy-drama "Facing Up" reached the semi-final stage of The BBC Comedy Collective, placing in the top 5% of applications. Her sketches and short films have been picked up by comedy festivals including the Los Angeles Dark comedy Film Festival, the Lit Laughs International Film Festival, The Battle of the Sketches Festival in Austin, and the Women's Comedy Film Festival in Atlanta.
She is a winner of the Fulwell 50:50 comedy prize, and was shortlisted for the Funny Women Awards in association with The Huffington Post with her short film "The Incident."
She is a member of Women in Film and TV, stays active in online and industry events, and remains inactive with things like cross fit.
She is also the writer of the radio-drama "Captured" - *When lifeguard Emma empties the locker of an elderly man she fails to rescue, she discovers a secret photograph that sends her on a haunting pursuit for the truth.*
- David Nobbs Memorial Trust Competition 2023
- Main Award (Runner-up)