Amy Bailey stars in "Vikings" on the History Channel as Princess Kwenthrith.

Born in Texas, Amy Bailey was a professional ballerina in the U.K. and abroad for many years, working with the Houston Ballet, Joffrey Ballet in New York City and London Ballet Theatre in England. She transitioned to acrobatics and aerial silks in 2004, training with coaches from Cirque du Soleil, and subsequently touring to over fifty countries.

Bailey began her acting career in musical theater in 2007 when she was
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cast as the understudy for Ulla in Mel Brooks' "The Producers." Rave reviews for leading roles followed, ranging from Sarah Brown in "Guys & Dolls" to Linda Christie in Woody Allen's "Play It Again, Sam."

On television, Bailey played the recurring role of Clementine in Syfy's drama series "Dominion." She was also seen in the Canadian feature film "Supercollider."

Bailey is actively involved in the comedy improvisation scene, having trained at the famed Groundlings Theater in Los Angeles and regularly featuring at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She and her writing partner, Katherine Ryan, are writing a commissioned sitcom for BBC3.

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Height: 5' 8"
Full Name / Real Name: Amy Marina Bailey
Birthplace: Texas

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