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Amy Tez Performance Coaching

Born in 1973 in the Midlands, I started acting on stage at age five. When I moved to London in the 90s to study Economics at the London School Of Economics (LSE), I never forgot my acting roots and joined various theatre, comedy and improvisation groups. On graduation, I decided I was not ready for the banking world and auditioned instead for Drama School. I was accepted at a prestigious London drama school where I studied various performance techniques to advanced levels.  My first professional role had me working alongside Kenneth Branagh in his film Love’s Labour’s Lost. Thereafter, I performed in countless stage plays whilst continuing to train extensively in two renowned performance techniques –  The Method and Meisner Technique. Students of these methods include Al Pacino, Mickey Rourke, Dustin Hoffman, James Gandolfini, Naomi Watts and Michelle Pfeiffer amongst many others. The primary focus of these techniques is always the presence, credibility and impact of an actor on both stage and screen, and as such, are highly transferable to the business world.


In 2006, I founded Shotgun Theatre with actor Tom Hardy producing several plays at the 503 Theatre in London. I then went on to establish my own theatre company, Killer Theatre, in 2009, successfully leading teams in the production of various theatre shows, most recently CHICKEN in London’s West End.


I now work solely as a Communication Coach. My mission is to help you communicate as brilliantly as our best actors and to speak with the passion of a natural-born performer.


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