2016 Young Artist Awards
Barrie Arts Award for Most Promising Youth 2015
Amariah Faulkner is a natural performer who wishes to devote the rest of her life to telling stories, be it through music, dance, theater, film, or many other medias.
Amariah has performed on stage across Canada, Some of the productions include the role of Gretl in The Sound Of Music at the Princess of Wales Theater, as Sarah Summers in The Heart of Robin Hood at the Royal Alexander Theatre, as Jane Banks in Neptune Theatre's production of Mary Poppins, and as Jackie Bouvier at the Berkeley Street Theatre in the Acting Up Stage production of Grey Gardens, and most recently Halley in the person play "Armstrong's War".
Amariah has added motion capture to her list of skills in the Ubisoft video game Assassin's Creed Syndicate as Clara O'Dea. For this role, she received a Young Artist Award nomination. Voice credits include Katerina Kittycat in Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, which she has received a Joey Award nomination, as Amanda in Arthur, Annie in Creative Galaxy receiving a Young Artist Award nomination, Taliah in the Doodlebops Rockin Road Show, Film and T.V. credits include Juliet in Max and Shred, Agent O'Donnel in Odd Squad, Clare in the film Us Chickens, and Jane Andrews in Anne of Green Gables: Fire and Dew and The Good Stars, from which she earned a Joey Award.
Amariah studies all forms of dance and is a Student Member of the Royal Academy of Dance having completed her R.A.D. Advanced 1 Ballet Exam, also completing her I.S.T.D Advanced 2 Tap with distinction as well as Intermediate modern. She studies RCM Voice, recently completing her Grade 8 Vocal exam and hoping to complete her level 8 Music theory this August.
She has also recently developed an interest in songwriting and performing as a musician.
Amariah had the chance to explore her music in the Emerging Artist program with OMCI and the city of Barrie.
Look forward to her performing her own original music.
Amariah Faulkner was in Kingston for several weeks co-starring in Theatre Kingston's production of "Armstrong's War".