Amy Ruffle

Making her screen debut in the 2012 feature film Border Protection Squad, written and directed by Ed Kavalee, Amy completed her training as a singer, dancer and actor with Showfit at Centrestage Performing Arts School, Melbourne in 2010. A trained classical vocalist, Amy has appeared on stage as a soloist performer in John Gibbard’s Honey Tummy (2009) and Disney/Universal’s Juke- Box Parade (2010). Amy has also had roles in Bare (2010) for the New Beat Theatre Co. and in Paul Kelly’s The Last Train for the 2011 Cabaret Festival, performing opposite Bert LaBonte, Melissa Bergland and Melanie Vallejo.


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