Ami Tsuchida

Ami was born in Tokyo, Japan and has played various kinds of Japanese characters in both films and theatre. She is a current student in Emerson College pursuing a degree of Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre. She moved to the United States when she was 15 to to study theatre in a private school in Westchester, New York. While learning theatre, she also worked on improving her English. She was accepted into Emerson College’s theatre program when she was 18where she studied directing and costume, as well as acting. She has performed in films and on stage both in and out of the college. She later joined Ultimate Improv, in Boston, where she studied improvisation with her teammates.

Ami Tsuchida

(617)910-8431/ami_tsuchida@emerson.edu

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Film

ARIGATO NO KIKOERU MACHI

NAKAMA PROJECT

TRAIN LIFE

LOVERS AGAIN

Lead

Lead

Lead

Lead

Kosuke Haga

Steadman Production

Masaki Sekine

Masaki Sekine

Theater

BULLY

RAIN OF RUIN

THE BODY/MIND DIALOGUES

THE TROUBLE TREE

BURY THE DEAD

Lead

Supporting

Supporting

Supporting

Supporting

Concept Unleashed, MA

Life Lines Theater, MA

Emerson College, MA

Emerson College, MA

AIUEO Theatre, JAPAN

Music Video

FORDOES ME QUITE-I WOKE UP IN TOKYO Dir. Rob Kraus

Training

Emerson College

Acting for Film

Acting for Film (LA)

Improvisation

Scene Study

Voice

Stage Combat

Workshop

Internship At:

Special Skills

Fluent: Japanese

Accents: Japanese, Chinese, Korean

Stage Combat: Hand-to-Hand; Rapier; Dagger

Improvisation: Ultimate Improv Boston

Skiing; Swimming; Running; boxing; Jogging: Rollerblade

BA Theatre Studies/ Emphasis on Acting

Kenneth Cheeseman

Kay Cole

Kenneth Cheeseman, Richard Gilman

Dossy Peabody

Amelia Broome

Ted Hewlett

Eriko Watanabe

Office Uchuudo in Japan

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