With starring roles in acclaimed independent films, Amber Paul has become recognized for her distinctive cinematic presence and facility with unusual, challenging roles. Born in Miami, she moved to Tennessee as a child and began her acting career in New York after graduating from Sewanee. While studying with noted acting teachers Harold Guskin, Michael Howard, and Gloria Maddox, she appeared in the lead role of Kelley Kelleher in the NY stage premiere of Joyce Carol Oates’ Black Water... read more
Amber appears as Lana in Bull Thistle for Spitler Pictures and The Masseuse in Sam Beneitone's Nothing That Moves. Both indie films are in post-production.