Amelia Bullmore studied Drama at Manchester University. While at Manchester she was a member of Red Stockings, a women's theatre company founded by Helen Edmundson. Amelia performed with and co-wrote material for Red Stockings. By the late 1980s she was taking acting work elsewhere and in the 1994 she started writing for television. Amelia continues to work both as an actor and a writer. Her first play, Mammals, directed by Anna Mackmin, had an extended sell-out run at The Bush in 2005 and went on a national tour in 2006. The play was staged in Los Angeles in 2009. Mammals was shortlisted for the What's On Stage Best New Comedy award and co-won the Susan Smith Blackburn Award. Her adaptation of Ibsen's Ghosts, directed by Anna Mackmin, had a sell-out run at The Gate in 2007 and has since been produced at The Citizens Theatre, Glasgow. She wrote a short play for the Old Vic's 24 Hour Plays in 2009, which was directed by Anna Mackmin. Di And Viv And Rose was produced originally at Hampstead Theatre before transferring to the West End. The play has since been performed in Israel, Poland, Germany, Australia and New York and Canada as well as many productions in the UK. In July 2017 her monologue Anyway was performed at The Old Vic. For television, Amelia has written episodes of This Life, series 2 (Writers Guild Best Television Drama), Attachments and Scott and Bailey series 2, 3 and 4. She devised and co-wrote a series of ten-minute films, Black Cab. She was a Dennis Potter Award finalist in 2000 for her television screenplay The Middle. In 2019 she wrote TRACES, a 6 part forensic science crime drama which was screened on Alibi. She is currently working on TRACES 2. Amelia's radio writing includes four series of Craven (now being made into a television series), Cash Flow (part of the From Fact to Fiction series) and the afternoon plays The Middle, Family Tree, Looking for Mr King, The Bat Man and County Lines (broadcast June 2018) County Lines won Best Single Drama at the BBC Audio Drama Awards.