Find me on Chicago P.D. Season 10 Episode 10!

Production stills from "August Ends."

Behind the scenes shots and footage from "When We Break,"

an educational series with Red Flag Mania.

BTS on "Schizolove," where I'm featured as CEO. 

Stills from "The Second Helping," a short film with Big Teeth Productions. 

I played Germaine in the Jeff-Recommended Picasso at the Lapin Agile at Citadel Theatre.

Check out clips here!


"The Sleight" is officially done and is making its way into

the festival circuit. Check out the trailer here.

By 54 Scripts Productions.

A behind the scenes glimpse into "Yellow Polka Dot," a short film by 54 Scripts Productions, currently making its way through the festival circuit. Check out the trailer here.

Behind the scenes shots from the docuseries: "The Big Lie."

Click here for the full episode.

Behind the scenes shots from "Tagged,"

a feature film with Shytown Films.

Check out my demo reel for a clip.


Head to my home page and click the Amazon icon in the banner to purchase the audiobook!

"A perfect listen. Amy Stricker is a new to me narrator and I really loved her performance. Great tone and she told the story with just the right amount of passion and heart in her voice. Amanda is feisty, fiery and full of sass."

-Audible Review

"The narrator is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! She is perfect as Amanda. I loved her voice so much. She's just on point from beginning to end. I hope to get a chance listen to more narration from her. She just nailed the role of this character!"

-Audible Review

"Narrator Amy Stricker's performance was drama enthralled and voiced with reactions. Her intonation was exactly what I would picture as Amanda. She really brought her character to a realistic level. Her tone was smooth and easy listen. I would definitely listen to other audio's performed by this narrator."

-Audible Review

"Amy Stricker did a fabulous job narrating the book. Her accents made the book so much fun and her inflections were terrific."

-Audible Review


I play recurring character, Beckyisha, on "The Coleman Show,"

now available on Amazon Prime!

Head over to my media page for clips or click here to be directed to Amazon Prime.


"...all the actors / actresses voices were incredible. Such fun storytelling and great production."

-Apple Podcast Review

"I have been loving this podcast! The talent of the voice actors is amazing and they do such a great job of telling the story I can’t wait to hear what’s coming next!"

-Apple Podcast Review

"...the sound quality and mixing is groundbreaking in this genre of podcast storytelling. The voice actors are very talented and expressive."

-Apple Podcast Review

"I love this podcast so far. It’s light and funny, and the audio production is top-notch. It’s way more dynamic and compelling than an audio book. The voice acting is terrific."

-Apple Podcast Review

"Romcom Pods is AMAZING! I’ve listened to a couple of other fiction podcasts and have given up after 10 mins. I was 100% into this the whole way along!! It’s a great storyline and the actors are brilliant."

-Apple Podcast Review

"I really enjoyed listening- the characters really let you get lost in their story.

The acting is on point!"

-Apple Podcast Review


"Amy Stricker, as performance artist "this girl has got to be a cutter" is an engaging delight, ingenuously mounted in the same vein of Alanis Morrissette and Maureen from RENT."


- Stephen Best/Times Square Chronicles (High Fidelity/Refuge Theatre Project 2016)

"Amy Stricker has some great moments as up-and-coming songstress Marie, belting out songs like "Ready to Settle" and "Terrible Things"."



- Colin Douglas/Chicago Theatre Review (High Fidelity/Refuge Theatre Project 2016)

"The cast of HIGH FIDELITY ... harmonize so beautifully and infuse each note with enough power and verve to fill a much larger theater. The energy throughout this production remains vibrant and never flags. Each moment is sheer joy to watch ... Amy Stricker has a delightful turn as the up-and-coming singer Marie LaSalle."

- Rachel Weinberg (PerformInk Chicago 2017)