Amy Pham is just like one of those typical, all-around, multi-hyphenate cliches you always hear about... Except she's not so typical. As soon as she learned how to work a turntable at 17, she's rocked dance floors from LA to New York to London with her party-rocking performances. She's played with Snoop Dogg, Will I Am, Iggy Azalea, Warren G, Riff Raff, and Rae Sremmurd, to name a few, and for the likes of The White House, Urban Outfitters, Revolve Clothing, Nasty Gal, Sanrio, and more.
Pham's passion and hard work ethic bleeds into every aspect of her work-- and it shows. She's booked multiple national campaigns for Nylon, Ford, Forever 21, Nike, Reebok, Sony, and has worked alongside names like Jennifer Lopez, Ryan Seacrest, and Cody Simpson.
She was then cast to host Disney's Maker Studios' series "The Fashion Statement" on The Platform, winner of the The Socialyte Gala's "Best Fashion Series" award. Soon after its premiere, the series immediately attracted distinguished endorsements from clients like Lionsgate Entertainment, Macy's, JC Penney, and Intel.
Not stopping there, Pham has hosted red carpets for the Critics Choice Awards and Billboard Music Awards, worked with Adam Sandler in his new film Sandy Wexler, and booked leading roles in a full-length feature set to release in 2017 for Universal and a new episodic for Awestruck TV and Verizon's Go90. CoverGirl has now chosen Amy to be one of their newest ambassadors for their buzz-worthy So Lashy campaign. Currently, Pham is in the middle of creating a special project with Disney, rocking DJ sets at the wildest dance parties, popping up on your TV screens, and being downright silly in her 14-million-views-viral hits.