Amy Forsyth

About Amy Forsyth

Who is it?: Actress
Birth Day: August 19, 2006
Birth Place:  Ontario, Canada
Birth Sign: Virgo
Genre: Science fiction
Developed by: Rockne S. O'Bannon Kevin Murphy Michael Taylor
Starring: Grant Bowler Julie Benz Stephanie Leonidas Tony Curran Jaime Murray Graham Greene Mia Kirshner Jesse Rath James Murray Anna Hopkins Nichole Galicia
Composer(s): Bear McCreary
Country of origin: United States
Original language(s): English
No. of seasons: 3
No. of episodes: 38 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s): Scott Stewart Rockne S. O'Bannon Kevin Murphy Michael Taylor
Producer(s): Paul M. Leonard Michael Nankin Anupam Nigam
Location(s): Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Running time: 40–45 min 85 min ("Pilot")
Production company(s): Five & Dime Productions Universal Cable Productions
Distributor: NBCUniversal Television Distribution Syfy
Original network: Syfy
Picture format: NTSC (480i) HDTV 1080i
Audio format: Stereophonic
Original release: April 15, 2013 (2013-04-15) – August 28, 2015 (2015-08-28)

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Amy Forsyth was born on August 19, 2006 in  Ontario, Canada, is Actress. Ontario native Amy Forsyth stars in the upcoming Hulu Original Series, "The Path." The drama, which premiered on March 30th, 2016, follows the mysterious world of the cult-like Meyerist Movement in upstate New York.In the series, Forsyth plays Ashley Fields, a smart, passionate, high school student who is caring almost to a fault. While dealing with a personal crisis Ashley befriends Hawk (Kyle Allen), a member of the Meyerist Movement, who is the son of characters played by Aaron Paul and Michelle Monaghan.Forsyth's love for performing arts began with ballet at her local dance studio in Stouffville, a small town Northeast of Toronto. She then transitioned to musical theatre and fell in love with the stage. Following ten years of performing, Forsyth signed with an agent in hopes of exploring film and television. After contemplating enrolling in a post secondary theatre program, she decided to go straight into the industry and has not looked back.In addition to "The Path", Forsyth has appeared in guest-starring roles on shows such as, The CW's "Reign, " "Degrassi: The Next Generation," "The Lizzie Borden Chronicles," as well as a multi-episode arc on Syfy's "Defiance."Forsyth has enjoyed giving back to the community through organizations including Free The Children-dedicated toward eliminating the exploitation of children and empowering youth, Out of the Cold-a program that provides food, clothing, and shelter for those in need, and Mission to Haiti Canada-the chapter of MTH working to fundraise and raise awareness for efforts in Haiti. She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, watching movies, playing guitar, rock climbing, yoga, and playing with her new puppy, Charlie.
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In June 2011, Syfy announced that they would be producing a television series which was being developed by Rockne S. O'Bannon and would be produced by Universal Cable Productions. It was also announced that the TV series would be connected to a video game being produced by Trion Worlds. It was later confirmed that Syfy had ordered thirteen episodes for the show's first season, which would premiere in either late 2012 or the summer of 2013. In July 2012, the network announced that the series and game would debut in April 2013.


Production of the first season began in April 2012 in Toronto.


On May 10, 2013, Syfy renewed Defiance for a 13-episode second season to air starting in June 2014, with production from August to December 2013.


On October 16, 2015, the show was cancelled by Syfy citing financial reasons after having completed its third season. However, the companion video game continues to be supported; on March 1, 2016, Trion Worlds announced a major update for the game, promoted as season four of the show. They also stated they had no plans of making a sequel, instead they will continue to update the game with new content. The new version, named "Defiance 2050", will come out in 2018 for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.


Defiance received a "fresh" rating from Rotten Tomatoes of 61% for the first season, a score that rose to 76% over the three seasons. The first season of Defiance was rated "mixed or average" by Metacritic, with a 57% rating according to 17 reviews. Maureen Ryan of The Huffington Post called it "a smart, well-crafted TV show with a good cast and an adventurous flavor" and added "it's also indisputably science fiction, which is a relief," saying that she felt too many science fiction shows were "watered-down ... genre-lite dramas". She also praised the casting, performances and the production design. Ellen Gray of the Philadelphia Daily News noted that "the TV show may not break new ground ... but it does stand on its own as a watchable sci-fi series, with a Wild West vibe mixed with a bit of "Farscape-meets-West Side Story." Conversely, David Hinckley of the New York Daily News gave it one star out of five and found it to be "incomprehensible", but said "if you’re a sci-fi fan for whom this stuff can never be too complex, have at it." Other reviewers gave Defiance average reviews and noted its similarity to previous television series, while at the same time praising its "breathtaking" landscapes and "impressively rendered" monsters; its "intriguing" cast and setting; its digital effects and performances; and its mythology and "interesting" story.