Amy Wade is a filmmaker, writer, director, and actress. She moved to Los Angeles when she was 17 to pursue an acting career. Along the way, she worked on countless projects behind-the-scenes, as well as in front of the camera. At a young age, Wade knew the importance of learning every aspect of filmmaking. She wanted to make her own movies, so she could star in them. Twenty years later, she used her experience and training to make her first film. GUNS VS ISSUES is an action-packed short film about a young woman who battles her inner demons in a boxing match to the death. Wade wrote it, directed it, and starred in it. In 2014, she wrote her first feature-film screenplay, CONDO HELL, and decided to make the film herself. She produced it, directed it, and also starred in it. The film traveled the festival circuit, winning an award for BEST FEATURE HORROR FILM in The RIP HORROR FILM festival, (Los Feliz, CA.) Wade also received a nomination for the BEST FEMALE ACTION STAR in the ACTION ON FILM festival, (Los Angeles, CA.)
Physical comedy and sketch comedy play a big role in Wade’s life. She’s a natural character actress and can transform herself into as many as twenty different characters. She writes all of her own material for the videos she makes for her Facebook and Youtube pages. She also has a blogsite, BITCHIN ON MY BLOG. It contains hundreds of hilarious stories about her acting endeavors, life adventures, dating nightmares, and other random, weird experiences she’s had throughout her life. Her writing is candid and outspoken; she holds nothing back.
DEADLY SECLUSION is Wade’s second feature-film screenplay. It’s a psychological thriller mixed with action, romance, and everyday humor brought on by life’s circumstances. Wade intends to bring this project to life by introducing it to the right people who have the resources to make it happen.
Amy Wade is a talented and passionate woman fueled by a desire to make female-driven movies with intriguing, fascinating characters and gripping storylines. Wade doesn’t wait for opportunities to happen. She either finds them, or makes them herself.