Amanda Sullo is a Canadian/Australian actress based in Vancouver, Canada.
She has played leading roles in numerous short films, including ‘Caller Unknown’, ‘The Pulse’, the award-winning ‘Everything Before Me’, and 'Corner and the Cutman' which toured to the HollyShorts Film Festival in Hollywood and the Montreal World Film Festival in 2015.
Amanda guest-starred in true crime drama ‘The Good Cop’ in which she plays headstrong reporter Tammy Mills. 'The Good Cop' aired on Foxtel (Australia's largest cable TV network).
Her theatre credits include ‘The Red Tree’ with the National Theatre of Parramatta, and ‘Romeo and Juliet’ with PYT and the Australian Theatre for Young People.
Amanda studied Theatre and Performance at the University of NSW, and has studied Acting for Screen at the National Institute of Dramatic Art and Screenwise Australia.
She received the BBM/PACT Travelling Scholarship Award in 2016 in recognition of her achievements as an emerging artist. This led her to London to study at The Actors Centre, The Salon Collective and the London International School of Performing Arts.
Amanda continues to study at Anthony Meindl’s Actors Workshop Vancouver, and is represented by Aura Benwick at Premiere Talent Management.