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Biography - A Short Wiki

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Amy Seimetz is an American actress, producer, director, editor, and writer. She is known for the television work on series such as The Killing (2013–2014), Family Tree (2013), and Junior (2016). She starred in the 2013 American experimental science fiction film Upstream Color. Amy made her feature directorial debut in 2012 with the Florida-based thriller Sun Don’t Shine, which she also wrote, produced, and co-edited. Born Amy Lynne Seimetz on November 25, 1981, in Florida, USA to parents Sharlene A. (Kutchman) and Michael F. Seimetz, her ancestry includes Ukrainian, German, Irish, Croatian, Slovenian and English. She moved to Los Angeles and worked as a nanny, a waitress and a seamstress while learning filmmaking. She began her film career by producing and directing short and independent films, including Barry Jenkins’ Medicine for Melancholy. In 2013, Amy became engaged to filmmaker Shane Carruth.

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements and statistics of Amy Seimetz, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, hips, and weight.

Body shape:Slim
Dress size (US):4
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 34-25-34 inches (86-63.5-86 cm)
Shoe size (US):8
Bra size: 32B
Cup size (US):B
Height: 5′6½” (169 cm)
Weight: 119 pounds (54 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Unknown

Quotes

I live in Florida and people are crazy here. And I say that lovingly.

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Boredom is usually what spurs either bad decisions or any decision at all.

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If you’re constantly moving, you can get in a monotony that’s just as equally boring as sitting still for a long period of time.

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I don’t think that there’s necessarily a side to drama that has to be completely bleak. You have to have a flicker of humor ’cause everyone has a flicker of humor, something they find funny in life.

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I like to invest as a performer in the director’s vision and then bring a sense of reality to whatever I’m doing, whether it’s comedy or whether it’s drama, and trust that they’re going to tell me if something’s reading as funny or if it’s reading as dramatic or reading in the right tone.

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