Hailing from Montreal Quebec, Amanda Brugel made her film debut alongside Christopher Walken in 1999’s Vendetta. Since then, she has been featured in the company of numerous box office legends. In 2001, Brugel co-starred with Vanessa L. Williams in A Diva’s Christmas Carol, following up with the uber-horror picture Jason X. In 2004, Brugel tackled Category Six opposite Academy Award Winner Dianne Wiest and then the Guillermo del Toro produced Splice in 2008. In 2014, Amanda can be seen in The Boy Who Smells Like Fish, the highly anticipated indie comedy Sex After Kids, The Calling starring Susan Sarandon and David Cronenburg’s Maps To The Stars.


On the small screen, Brugel has left her mark on the international television landscape; landing several Hollywood pilots helmed by celebrated director James Burrows. In Hollywood North, Brugel has starred in a variety of TV series including MVP, Paradise Falls, Seed and Covert Affairs.  Her infinite number of Guest Star appearances includes Nikita, The Ron James Show, InSecurity, Warehouse 13, The Firm, Flashpoint and Saving Hope. In 2013, Amanda launched the charity organization; Brugs Army – a global operation which has successfully raised over $31,000 for a variety of women’s and children’s foundations.



















2015 Black Canadian Award; Best Actress

2015 Noteable Celebrity Award; Regional

2014 Actra Award; Outstanding Performance Female

2014 Canadian Comedy Award; Best Female Performance Film