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Amy Bolton

Instructor, Voice & Speech I

Theatre - MFA Screen Acting


Amy Bolton is an actor, singer, voiceover artist, and teacher based in Los Angeles, California. She teaches students of all ages and skill levels in group and private settings. She explores character, text, emotional specificity, and vocal production from the foundation of Fitzmaurice Voicework, to which she brings her passion, vulnerability, and endless desire to question and play. Amy has taught Voice and Acting classes at UC Irvine and guest taught at Chapman University and CSU Long Beach. She has participated as an assisting teacher at the Fitzmaurice Voicework Teacher Training Certification and also at the International Freedom & Focus Conference in 2018. Amy taught an ongoing class at Stuart Rogers’ Studios in the NoHo Arts District, and she currently works with clients in her private teaching practice. Amy’s goal is to provide a supportive environment for her students in which they can free their bodies and explore breath, voice, and their emotional lives in order to be more creative, spontaneous, and present in their work.

MFA, University of California, Irvine; BA University of La Verne; Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts; Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework.

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