Trained since age four as a “triple threat” musical theatre performer, Amber has studied and worked with Tony Award-winning dance greats, including Bill T. Jones, Jerry Mitchell, and the late Gregory Hines.
Amber was an original company member of Broadway’s Legally Blonde: The Musical. Through Blonde, she performed on MTV, NBC’s The TODAY Show, ABC’s The View, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, the production’s original cast album, and its first national tour. She was one of the first recipients of Actors’ Equity Association’s Advisory Committee on Chorus Affairs Award.
Beyond Broadway, Amber’s credits include: The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, They’re Playing Our Song, Nothing Like a Dame, The Seven, Damn Yankees, Dreamgirls, Diss Diss and Diss Dat, Working Out the Kinks, Wes Craven’s My Soul to Take, Netflix’s The Politician, HBO’s Show Me a Hero, NBC’s The Mysteries of Laura, and Investigation Discovery’s Momsters; modeling on the pages of Good Housekeeping, Ebony, and Seventeen; dancing with Soweto Street Beat and the African Cultural Dance Company of Atlanta; and performing at The Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall with The New York Pops, and during the ceremonies of the centennial Olympic Games.
Amber received her performance training through North Atlanta High School for the Performing Arts, Harmony: Atlanta’s International Youth Chorus, The School at Jacob’s Pillow, Broadway Theatre Project, The William Esper Studio, and the scholarship program at Steps on Broadway.