Amiee Conn was born and raised in Sonoma County, California (6th Generation of the Bay Area) she is a graduate of the American Musical & Dramatic Academy (AMDA) Conservatory of the Performing Arts in Los Angeles.
Amiee grew up in Anchorage, Alaska for 7 years of her childhood, where she found her love and passion for the Arts and Acting, until her family moved back to Santa Rosa, CA and she got her first agent in San Francisco at age 15.
For 4 years she interned with the American Eagle Casting Agency in Santa Rosa, where she gives huge credit and appreciation to Lori Laube who taught her the benefits of understanding how the other side of the camera/productions work and how that can make you a better actor for respecting and having perspectives from both sides of the craft and industry.
Since then, Amiee has worked in numerous film, commercial, and television productions, including the 6 Academy Award winning musical film: LA LA LAND with Director Damien Chazelle, Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling; the FX Network’s Emmy winning series: American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpson with Billy Magnussen, and ABC’s Don’t Trust the B**** in Apartment 23 with James Van Der Beek and Krysten Ritter.
Amiee was crowned Miss Sonoma County, of the Miss California and Miss America Scholarship Organization, in 2006, which she gives appreciation to for helping her seriously pursue the performing arts and her vocal talents, while also instilling in her the passion for public-speaking and vocal platforms on the important social issues of the day. She continues to stay involved with Activism and the Miss America Organization as a Miss California Alumni.
Amiee has appeared on professional stages in leading roles including: EVITA, Disney's Beauty and the Beast, A Song for Vanya, Serrano! , BOTH! A Hard Days Silent Night-The Beatles Annual Charity Rock Concert, The Falling Star at Buzzard’s Roost, and ReSi - An Original Musical .
Currently, Amiee is working on original music and an album
alongside long time friend and Lyricist Joe Nielsen. She is also Co-Host, Content Creator and Producer of The Late Night Lockdown Podcast with Matt and Amiee
(on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Podcasts, Anchor.fm platforms and more), which covers weekly current events, social/political issues, political satire, #NerdTalk, and the entertainment industry.
On her days off, Amiee enjoys working on her artwork through sketching or painting, music, singing, piano, guitar, creative writing, reading books, researching her family genealogy (she has 3 family members who were adopted and is fascinated by History, Anthropology, and Genealogy, especially of her many generations on her maternal
Los Californios family line during the early days of Mexico's Alta California.) her photography, jumping on a favorite PS5 game on Twitch, working in her garden, and having nature walks with her dog Bella.
Amiee is an advocate and sponsor through PLANUSA.org since 2018 and encourages everyone to use their voice, honor their human rights and get involved with organizations that help global equality. She continues to be a passionate, non-stop vocal activist for many human rights causes, including Reproductive Rights for all, Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights Non-profit organization raising awareness and education about the global Green Wave "Marea Verde" for Freedom of Choice and Equal Rights FOR ALL, Women's Rights, the LGBTQIA+ Rights, Inclusion and Awareness, the EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT (ERA NOW), Global Equality, Racial Injustice, Environment and Climate Justice, Mental Health Awareness,
Asthma Awareness and Education, and the fight against Cancer, whom she lost her mother, Diana, to in 2009.
Amiee studied Meisner Technique with fellow AMDA Alumni, award winning actor the late Paul Sorvino, and Lawrence Dwyer at the Paul Sorvino Acting Studio in Los Angeles for several years.