Amy is an actress who has worked throughout Australia and in Vancouver, Canada. Stage credits include Kali in Stockholm (2019) Olga in Summerfolk (2017), Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream Re-Imagined (2016), Sicinius in Coriolanus (2016), Nora in The Plough and the Stars (2016) and an ensemble actor for MKA Theatre’s HOT!HOT!HOT (2016).
In 2020, Amy played Henry VI in IAE and Circle in the Sand’s online productions of Shakespeare’s Age of Crowns Cycle. Other roles included Phebe in As You Like It and Portia in Julius Caesar.
Film roles include Susan in short film Liz Drives (2017) Kitty Cat in web series Ninja Panda (2014) and May in the Canadian thriller Chain of Fools (2011).
Amy has trained with Scott Major, Brett Cousins at Red Stitch, Howard Fine, David Coury and Marilyn McIntyre at the Howard Fine Acting Studio Australia and with Andrea Moor as part of her bachelor’s degree at Griffith University. She is co-founder of Et Tu Theatre and also works as a voice over artist and writer.
Originally from Perth, Seton was accepted into the National Institute of Dramatic Art, where he graduated from the full-time acting course in 2009. Whilst at NIDA Seton was lucky enough to perform in Maxim Gorky's Summerfolk, Arnold Wekser's The Kitchen and Middleton and Barker’s Women Beware Women.
In 2012 Seton moved to Melbourne and has performed in a number of Shakespeare Productions for various companies. These productions include Hamlet where he played the title role, as well as A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Coriolanus, and The Tempest.
Seton was last seen on the Melbourne stage in Et Tu Theatre's production of Stockholm by Bryony Lavery (2019). Other 2019 credits include Brighton Theatre Company's production of After Miss Julie and a Sydney remount of Burning House Theatre's acclaimed production of Ajax, where he played the title role.