Playing the 16-year-old daughter of widower John West on Canadian drama ‘Northern Rescue’ is natural for Amalia Williamson, who is the oldest of four siblings.
The young Canadian actress’s career began in 2015 when she was 16 years old in short film ‘Punctual Condolence, playing Amalia.
But after numerous other short movie roles, she drew attention with 2018’s ‘Level 16’, her feature film debut.
On top of her budding career, the youngster is also known for her turn as a director credited for making various short movies including ‘Daughter’, ‘Rosie’, ‘Blue Light’ as well as the documentary called ‘Modern Dat Magick’.
Moreover, the teen is a proclaimed activist. She is highly inspired to creating storing and content that centers on women and her powerful words on issue and rights resonate with women all around the world.
Represented by Ambition Talent in Toronto, Amalia Williamson is a rising actress who is believed to be the next star of the entertainment industry.
Born in 1999, Amalia Williamson’s age is only 19 and the actress is destined for greatness. She is just twelve days shy of her 20th birthday on June 2.
Undoubtedly amongst the beautiful teen actress of 2019, Amalia defines beauty, adorableness, and grace all combined.
She may still in her teen, but she is already on the long journey of established herself as an actress to watch.
This young and attractive Hollywood starlet, Amalia Williamson’s height is only 5 feet 2 inches (1.58m), but her body is going to show significant changes in term of growth and development.
At 19, she is already a blonde bombshell with sparkling light colored eyes, fairly white complexion, wavy hair, and petite figure.
Acting comes naturally for Amalia, who grew up starting in school & local musicals and plays in her hometown of Ontario, Canada.
With her sights on pursuing a professional acting career, she finished her formal education and recently enrolled at Sheridan College for an undergraduate program in Film and Television course.
The Armstrong Acting Studios alumni, Amalia is dedicated to pen and direct short movies, finish education and excite about spending remaining time to hone her craft.
A native of Oakville, Ontario, she is the eldest of four, who always has had a deep-seated passion for acting, directing & writing her whole life.
After years of requesting and trying to convince her parents to allow her to join the acting industry, she ultimately signed with Ambition Talent who started her career within a year and helped her land starring in the pilot ‘Playing Dead’ and feature film ‘Level 16’.
Landing her first lead role of Madelyn “Maddie” West on ‘Northern Rescue’ came with great perks. Of the exposure and experience, she became a household name and garnered worldwide acclaim for her performance.
Being part of big, close-knot family with three younger siblings, parents & dog named Daisy, Amalia loves spending time with her family, close friends and enjoys to paint, shop, read and indulge in outdoor activities, most of the time when she isn’t working.