AMY WILSON appeared on Broadway as "Sunny Freitag," the Atlanta ingénue, in the Tony-Award-winning play The Last Night of Ballyhoo. Other New York theater credits include Hobson's Choice (Atlantic Theater Company), Hamlet (Target Margin), Young Goodman Brown (by Richard Foreman), Landlocked (Miranda Theatre Company), and Memory Play, with Eli Wallach (Women's Project New Directors Series). She is a summa cum laude graduate of Yale University.
Amy was a series regular on the sitcoms Norm (ABC) with Norm MacDonald, and Daddio (NBC) with Michael Chiklis, and had a recurring role on Felicity. She has also appeared on Ed, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Deadline, Boston Common, and All My Children. Her film credits include Kinsey, Kissing Jessica Stein, Keeping the Faith, and Ira and Abby.
Amy is also the author of three other one-woman shows. A Cookie Full of Arsenic: My Life as a Femme Fatale was featured at the HBO US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. She also worked as a sketch comedy writer and performer with LIVE ON TAPE. That group developed a sketch comedy show for NBC, which was shot in Saturday Night Live's studios.
But her favorite productions are her 4-year-old and 2-year-old sons, whom she raises with her husband David here in New York City.