Amy Huberman Biography
Amy Huberman is an Irish actress and writer born on 20 March 1979 in Cabinteely, south Dublin, Ireland. She is best known for her role as Daisy on RTÉ’s drama series The Clinic, which aired its seventh and final season in September 2009.
She was educated at Loreto College, Foxrock and she took classes in the Betty Ann Norton Drama School. She then attended University College Dublin (UCD) intending to become a social worker, but when she found the drama society her career took a different direction.
Amy Huberman began her career in 2002 on RTÉ’s On Homeground. She is best known for her role as Daisy on RTÉ’s drama series The Clinic, which aired its seventh and final season in September 2009. She also starred in the BBC television series George Gently and the TV movie Showbands.
Huberman’s films include Satellites & Meteorites, directed by Rick Larkin, and A Film with Me in It, also starring Dylan Moran, both released in 2008.
In 2010, Huberman began work on the first original scripted comedy commissioned by Comedy Central (UK), Threesome created by Tom MacRae. The series began airing on 17 October 2011. Season 2 aired in late 2012.
Amy Huberman Age
Amy was born on 20 March 1979 in Cabinteely, south Dublin, Ireland (39 years as of 2018)
Amy Huberman Height
She stands at 5′ 4″ (1.63 m).
Amy Huberman Family
Her father Harold Huberman was born in London to a Polish Jewish family. Her mother Sandra Huberman is from County Wexford. Her parents married in 1974.
Amy Huberman Brother
Amy has a brother, Mark Huberman, who is also an actor known for Band of Brothers (2001), Frank (2014) and Noble (2014).
Amy Huberman Husband
Amy Huberman married former Ireland rugby captain Brian O’Driscoll in July 2010. The couple have two children, daughter Sadie and son Billy.
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Amy Huberman Wedding
Brian O Driscoll and Amy Huberman held their wedding in 2010 at St Josephs Church in Aughavas Co Leitrim. The Brian O’Driscoll-Amy Huberman wedding at the four-star Lough Rynn hotel generated over €1m worth of free publicity for the hotel.
Amy Huberman Wedding Dress
Amy Huberman Children
Amy Huberman and her husband Brian O’Driscoll have two children, daughter Sadie and son Billy.
Amy Huberman Books
- I Wished For You
- Hello, Heartbreak
Amy Huberman Twitter
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— Amy Huberman (@amyhuberman) July 6, 2018
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Amy Huberman Movies and TV Shows
Amy Huberman Movies
- 2002: Bad Karma as Jenny Pantelli
- 2005: Showbands as Bella
- 2006: Showbands II as Bella
- 2007: Shattered as Nicole Lawlor
- 2008: Satellites & Meteorites as Lucinda
- 2008: A Film with Me in It as Sally
- 2009: Legend of the Bog as Hannah Ross
- 2010: Rewind as Karen
- 2010: Three Wise Women as Liz
- 2011: Stella Days as Elaine
- 2012: Chasing Leprechauns as Sarah Cavanaugh
- 2013: The Stag as Ruth
- 2016: Kill Ratio as Gabrielle Martin
- 2017: Zoo
Amy Huberman TV Shows
- 2001–02: On Home Ground as Diane Collins
- 2006: Dream Team 80’s as Ann Kavanagh
- 2007: Inspector George Gently as Charlotte Dawson
- 2003–09: The Clinic as Daisy O’Callaghan
- 2010: Your Bad Self as Herself
- 2010: Comedy Lab as Herself
- 2011–12: Threesome as Alice
- 2012: Animal Practice as Dorothy
- 2014: Moone Boy as Miss Tivnan
- 2015: Silent Witness as Carol Mansfield
- 2016: Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope as Kate
- 2016: Cold Feet as Sarah Poynter
- 2017-: Striking Out as Tara Rafferty
Amy Huberman Interview
Striking Out premieres in the U.S. on Acorn TV on St. Patrick’s Day, so I have to ask: Do you have any plans for St. Patrick’s Day this year?
Amy Huberman: On St. Patrick’s Day there’s usually little parades and festivals, so I’ll probably bring the kids to that. And then there’s a big rugby match happening here on the Saturday—England to play Ireland. There will be a lot of green jerseys out. The England/Ireland match in the Six Nations rugby is always kind of a big one for us. We will hopefully be celebrating St. Patrick and a win for the rugby as well.
Tara is a solicitor (or lawyer, as we say in the U.S.). How did you prepare for this role?
Amy Huberman: I’ve never played a solicitor. A friend of mine works in HR for a legal firm and she was like, “Come in, come in,” so I went down to the courts with the main partner of the firm and sat in and watched the exchanges with the judges. That was invaluable going forward. We had legal advisers, who were brilliant, but to see that firsthand, you trust your instinct with it rather than being told. I really enjoyed it, actually—pretending to be a serious grownup!
Is being a lawyer something you would ever want to do?
Amy Huberman: To be honest, I don’t think that I would be great at it. What I’ve spoken to legal professionals about is you have to control how much empathy you can have in a situation. I don’t think I would be strong enough to leave work stuff at work.
But, it was great to get to do it. I was joking with a friend of mine who studied for years to get in law, and it only took me eight weeks! It’s great to get to dip into a world you know nothing about and be able to live it, albeit in a very fictional realm. I really enjoyed being around the Four Courts, which are beautiful buildings in Dublin where our legal hub is.
What do you want to happen to Tara in season 2?
Amy Huberman: At the beginning of series one, she faces this huge personal life crisis and everything changes because of that. That’s the domino that toppled. What I’d love to see happen is for her to find herself a little bit more. I think that she is somebody who had her life mapped out. Everything probably always went to her plan. She worked hard, she studied hard, she met this guy she’s madly in love with, they worked together, and now suddenly everything is upside down. For us to watch her to continue to grow and figure out who she is in the world will be really exciting.
What do you do when you’re not acting?
Amy Huberman: I write. I’ve written two novels, but it’s been a while since I’ve written books because I wanted to write for screen and telly, so I’ve had a film in development for a while. I’ve put it on the back burner because I’m writing a TV series at the moment. I love dipping in and out of writing and acting and getting to exercise both sides of it because in one I have control of my own little bubble, but it’s a solitary thing to do, and then I love the freedom of being able to go on set and interact with the whole crew and get that buzz of excitement from working on something collaborative. I feel really lucky to do both.