An award-nominated actor and director, Amanda Liz Cutting has been active in both professional and semi-professional theatre, film, and television for over twenty years. Amanda has worked as an actors’ advocate and Intimacy Choreographer/Coordinator for the last eight years. She is a certified Intimacy Coordinator and Intimacy Director with Intimacy Directors & Coordinators (IDC) and Intimacy Directors International (IDI). She is on the start-up committee for the National Society of Intimacy Professionals (NSIP) and leads Principal Intimacy Professionals (PIP), a team who serves Vancouver’s Hollywood North and other Canadian film/television/theatre centres.
Amanda works internationally and assists in creating safe workplaces for artists on both stage and film sets. She is one of the few Intimacy Directors that also specializes in youth intimacy and safety. In 2019, she was the first Intimacy Coordinator to be hired by Bollywood for the web series Mastram (MX Player), which has become the highest viewed series in the world with 616 million views. She has worked for theatres such as Neptune Theatre and Arts Club, and shows such as the Game of Thrones Prequel (HBO), The Magicians (NBC/Universal), The Bold Type (Freeform), The Good Doctor (ABC), Radio Nowhere (CBS), Upload (Amazon), and Nancy Drew (CW).