Amy Castle is an award-winning actress, singer, and artist.
Garnering success since the age of eight, she grew up in the television world, sharing the screen with the likes of Bryan Cranston, Jim Belushi, Jerry O’Connell, Calista Flockhart, Hilary Duff and more. She has recurred on “Ally McBeal,” “General Hospital,” and “Passions,” and guest starred on “Malcolm in The Middle,” “Lizzie McGuire,” and “The Defenders,” to name a few.
It was at the young age of three that Amy received her first taste of the spotlight.
Born into a musical family, her mother was inspired to write a children’s album for her, which her father recorded in their home recording studio. Of the eleven tracks on the album, three year old Amy sang one herself – a 43 second recording that has now exploded into the viral phenomenon known as “The Cuppycake Song.” The album was uploaded to the internet in 1996, and to date, the song has been played over 200 million times on YouTube alone. Amy has been interviewed by Inside Edition, and Tyra Banks, among others.
Growing up in a healthy household with a personal trainer mother, Amy was immersed in the world of natural products from day one. Raised on organic, wheat and dairy free foods, she learned at an early age that what you put into your body reflects how you feel, and how you live your life. As she got older, she was finding herself leisurely browsing grocery store aisles and fascinated by nutrition labels. Always on the hunt for something good for you as well as your taste buds. At the same time, she was becoming the go-to girl in her friend circle for the lo-down on restaurants in the LA area, as well as what to make at home. Amy quickly realized that she could combine her talents in front of the camera with her passion for healthy eating, and voila! “What’s Amy Eating?” popped out of the mental oven.
Amy has built a following of more than a hundred thousand followers over her career, and her original content has garnered millions of views - including her hit food and lifestyle series "What's Amy Eating,” which she writes, directs, and produces.
In July of 2021, Amy re-recorded and released a new full length version of The Cuppycake Song. She also edited the accompanying music video, featuring home footage from her childhood.
She is currently writing new music and produces in her home studio in Los Angeles.