Astrid Bellamy was born in Cambridge, England. She attended youth acting groups from a young age, and took a number of LAMDA acting exams, earning Bronze and Silver Medal awards. While studying History at St Andrew's University, Astrid made her acting debut in "The Vagina Monologues". This spurred a passion in her acting, which upon graduation led her to study acting at the Actor's Centre (London - UK) and through courses at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Upon graduation, Astrid made her professional debut as the title role in the short film "Magdalene, A Girl Out of the Blue"; and from there appeared in a variety of film projects, including a zombie in the short film "Deadzone", the award winning short "Affective Signs" and in 2019 she won Best Acting Duo from Vegas Movie Awards for her lead role in the award-winning short film "Voice of Belief".
Just before lockdown (Mid-March 2020) Astrid starred alongside Hannah Britland in the official music video for Ida Mae's new song "Baby I Need a Driver", commissioned by Amazon, and launched on The Rolling Stones' website. Alongside "Misanthropos", Astrid is now working on the sci-fi thriller feature film "Layla".
TRIVIA: Astrid has done commercial work for brands including Peroni and the Brazilian footwear brand Luz da Lua, shot in London and New York.
Biography by: Ellis J. Wells