KIFF IS DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE 2022 RECIPIENT OF THE PRESTIGIOUS MAUREEN O’HARA AWARD IS AMY HUBERMAN.
Amy Huberman is known for starring in TV series’ such as Striking out, Cold feet, and Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope, as well as writing and appearing as series lead Joy in two seasons of Finding Joy. Amy most recently appeared in season 3 of Derry Girls and in Harry Wild.
Other TV appearances include Moone Boy, Houdini & Doyle, Silent Witness and Threesome for which she was nominated for a Glamour Award (2012) for Best Comedy Actress. Other television credits include comedy sketch show Your Bad Self, Heading Out and as Daisy in all seven seasons of The Clinic, for which she was nominated as Best Supporting Actress at the Irish Television Awards in 2008, 2009 and 2010.
Amy’s feature film appearances include The Stag, Kill Ratio, Handsome Devil, ZOO, Three Wise Women and Chasing Leprechauns. Notable roles include Rewind for which she won the IFTA for Best Lead Actress (Film) in 2011 and Stella Days for which she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress (Film) in the 2012 IFTA’s.
Amy is also a very talented author and has written three number one bestselling novels, Hello Heartbreak, I Wished for You and her first book for younger people called The Day I Got Trapped in My Brain which is currently number one in the Irish Children’s publishing charts.
Amy also hosts the award-winning parenting podcast Mamia and Me.
We are delighted to welcome Amy to Killarney on Saturday Oct 22nd, for an ‘In Conversation with Amy Huberman’, where she will be presented with the 2022 Maureen O’Hara Award.
This event is kindly sponsored by Tower Records Ireland.
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