The vivacious and enchanting Amy De Bhrún has that aura of innocence that’s made for passionate swooning. Dublin-born actresses have a special place in my heart and I’ve had a passion for them since catching sight of Eva Birthistle in one of all time favorite romantic drama “Ae Fond Kiss…”. Amy likewise could very well be lauded for her dramatic flair in her heart-wrenching short film “After”. All beat up and bruised, she plays a woman who goes through a traumatic event that will ultimately cause friction with her new found boyfriend. If you’re at the La Femme Film Festival, “After” is having its screening at this celebration of female talents around the world.
Such is the nature of the numerous film festivals happening this week, I couldn’t slot in an interview with Amy but it’s a moment in time to look forward to…:) If you’re the viewer who harbors a love for actresses such as Sara Paxton, Amy is one of the talents who is just as luminous from every angle. On television, her dazzling veneer has already lit up hit shows such as “Vikings” and the popular British series “Casualty”. She’s also appeared alongside Imogen Poots and Hayley Atwell in “Jimi: All Is by My Side” which tells of the move of Jimi Hendrix from New York City for London where his career really took of! Talking about careers, on stage, Amy had sell out performances in Dublin where she delighted audiences with her rapier wit. We know beauty and being funny are a most delectable combo so start falling in love with Amy De Bhrún, the lovable Irish Rose.