Amy Manson spent her childhood in Scotland, but she only became popular after moving to England. The celebrity did not forget about her origin and brilliantly coped with the role of Princess Merida , becoming her living embodiment. Amy Manson
Childhood and youth
Amy Manson was born on September 9, 1985 in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The girl grew up with her sister Ayles and brother James.
DuringAmy Manson teenage years, Amy played netball and wanted to pursue a career as an athlete. Then the girl was carried away by acting, and she decided to give up training in order to attend Saturday’s Stage Coach theater school. When she turned 17, she moved to London, where Amy Manson entered the Royal College of Stage Speech and Dramatic Development.
In 2008, the celebrity Amy Manson met actor Ben Turner, they soon began dating and lived together in Bristol for a while. Three years later, the couple announced their breakup, the reason was employment on the set, because of which the lovers could not see each other. There is no information about other details of Manson’s personal life.
The Amy Manson devotes her free time to sports, prefers cardio workouts and exercises to increase endurance. During her trips to her homeland, Scotland, a woman rides a bicycle in the countryside. A hobby helps Amy keep herself in shape – with a height of 169 cm, she weighs 58 kg. Despite this, the artist rarely pleases fans with pictures in a swimsuit. Amy Manson
TheAmy Manson made her screen debut in an episode of the detective series “Pure English Murder”, where she played Martin Mackenzie. The role did not make the girl popular, but brought Amy Manson experience, which was later needed on the set. Amy Manson
At the beginning of Amy Manson career, Amy could not boast of high demand, but continued to attend auditions, and soon her filmography was replenished with the series “My Family” and “Torchwood”. Manson’s breakthrough was in horror films. In the film “Services of the Underworld are Expensive – 2: Vendetta” she played Jody, whose lover summoned the pumpkinhead monster to avenge his sister’s death, and in the thriller “Killer Monkey” about a bloody jungle expedition – Amy Armstrong.
Soon the girl joined the cast of the series Desperate Romantics, which tells the story of the life of Pre-Raphaelite artists. Manson portrayed the poet and model Elizabeth Siddal, Dante’s lover Gabriel Rossetti. The project was warmly received by connoisseurs of art, but closed after the 1st season.
In 2011, viewers saw Amy Manson among the stars of Outlaws. This fantastic drama tells the story of a group of people who left Earth to live on a new planet. The heroes will have to master the wild lands and start all over again, trying to avoid past mistakes. The actress played Fleur Morgan. Amy Manson
The next project, in which the woman was able to participate, was the fantasy Atlantis, based on ancient Greek mythology. In season 2, she embodied Princess Medea. After that, Manson appeared in the TV series Once Upon a Time , where she played the Scottish princess Merida. On the set, she met Robert Carlisle , with whom she later worked on the film T2: Trainspotting. Amy Manson
In the same year, the artist starred in the historical drama The White Queen, based on the biography of Elizabeth of York. Amy got the role of the Scottish aristocrat Catherine Gordon, who was the beloved maid of honor of Her Majesty. No less successful was the appearance of the actress in the series “Legacy”. Amy Manson
Amy Manson now
2019 was a busy year for the actress: she starred in the films Rave, Run, Doom: Annihilation and Real. There was also news that the woman would appear on The Nevers. Now Manson continues to conquer the film industry. She shares her successes with subscribers on Instagram , where she publishes photos from life and from the set.
- 2006 – Pure English Murder
- 2007 – The services of the underworld are expensive – 2: Vendetta
- 2007 – Killer Monkey
- 2009 – Desperate Romantics
- 2011 – Outcasts
- 2013 – Not Just a Happy Ending
- 2014-2015 – Atlantis
- 2015-2016 – “Once upon a time”
- 2017 – The White Princess
- 2018 – “Legacy”
- 2019 – “Doom: Annihilation”