Isabella Amara is an American actress and vocalist. She stars in Made Up Stories/Facebook Watch's Queen America (2018-2019) opposite Catherine Zeta-Jones.
She recently played the role of 'Sally Avril' in the Marvel films, Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and Spiderman: Homecoming(2017). She also starred in Fox Searchlight's Wilson (2017), opposite Laura Dern and Woody Harrelson. Amara previously starred in Universal's The Boss (2015) with Melissa McCarthy. Her other feature credits include Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life (2016), Barely Lethal (2015) and Joyful Noise (2012).
On television, Isabella currently starred in Netflix's Alex Strangelove, written and directed by Craig Johnson, and in HBO's Emmy nominated film, The Tale (2018), opposite Laura Dern. She also starred in the last two seasons of the series, Nashville.
Amara was born on October 9th in Atlanta, Georgia. Her love for acting and singing was discovered when she was four years old and began auditioning at the age of ten. Over the next several years, she was cast in leading roles in community theatre, independent films and performed with national Broadway tours. A classically trained singer, she continues to study with a vocal coach for recording artists.
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