Amy Braverman has proven that talent and versatility can spell success in today's show business world. Amy's career has taken her from the role of Mary Rogers in the Broadway production of the multiple Tony Award-winning musical "The Will Rogers Follies" to the role of Young Amelia in the film "Walking and Talking" along with Ann Heche and Catherine Keener.
Amy has recently played one of the leads in the Broadway bound workshop "In Harmony" and she played the role of Tic in the Jack Hofsis directed staged reading of "Beyond the Sea." Other noted roles include the principle role of Becky in the Theatre for the New City production of "Shpinnen Un Shpinnen." For two years, Amy also starred in the Eric Krebs produced "Broadway Kids Live" show at the John Housman Theatre.
Amy's numerous roles in television include featured appearances on popular soap operas "Loving" and "The Guiding Light." Further demonstrating her versatility, Amy has been a featured performer for the "Young People's Concert" series at Lincoln Center and can currently be heard as a soloist on three albums featuring the "Broadway Kids."
Amy attends her hometown high school in Connecticut. Last year she student directed Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream."