With two feature films and over a dozen theatre productions to her credit, Amy Fox's crisp, quirky writing continues to attract the attention of audiences and critics. Time Out New York has called her “a ferocious talent” and The New York Times has praised her “warmth of understanding.”

Her most recent script, Equity, commissioned and produced by Broad Street Pictures, will premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. Equity stars Anna Gunn, James Purefoy, Sarah Megan Thomas and Alysia Reiner and is directed by Meera Menon. The film follows a top female investment banker who leads a controversial tech IPO, amidst the pressures of the post-financial crisis, Wall Street world.

Amy's previous feature, the Merchant Ivory Film, Heights, also premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2005, starring Glenn Close, James Marsden, Jesse Bradford and Elizabeth Banks.

Amy’s plays have been produced by the Ensemble Studio Theatre, Clubbed Thumb, and other theaters around the globe. Her work has been recognized by the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, the Kilroys, and the Alfred P Sloan Foundation.

Amy was a member of Youngblood for five years and is currently a member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre.

Amy writes screenplays and plays from her home in New York City. She is on the screenwriting faculty of the NYU/Tisch Graduate School of Film and Television. She is originally from Boulder, Colorado.