Originally from Perth, Amberly is a graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts, earning her BFA in Music Theatre. She has trained in dance and voice from a young age.
Amberly recently performed in Avenue Q as Kate/Lucy and ABC comedy DAFUQ, which earned her a Best Actress nomination at Revelation Film Festival’s Next Gen Webfest.
Other recent screen credits include ABC comedies’ Trip for Biscuits and The Chinaboy Show.
Amberly has performed at numerous festivals with improvisation group Impromptunes, and she is also a member of improvisation troupe The Big Hoo Haa, which has a weekly comedy show at the Butterfly Club in Melbourne.
Also a writer, Amberly wrote the award-winning musical The Point of Light, which she toured and performed around Australia. The show was recently one of six Australian musicals chosen to be part of Home Grown’s The Grassroots Initiative.
She continues to create new work for the theatre and has also written and starred in sketches for online content, including Insert Coin, a YouTube comedy channel for gamers.
While at the VCA, Amberly played Lynette ‘Squeaky’ Fromme in Showbites: Assassins and Apassionata Von Climax in Li’l Abner.