Charlotte Ferris

Charlotte Ferris

D-Dowd Productions Executive:

Charlotte Ferris joined AMPCorp in 2002 for a pilot series that never got off the ground, but became a major part of the group in 2003 with the James Crabb series, and later with the "On All Hallows' Eve" franchise. She was a founding member of D-Dowd Productions, the group which housed those projects, and has been the leading force there ever since. After fading away a little bit in 2008/2009, Charlotte returned for the sitcom "The Charlotte Ferris Show" and later its spinoff "Charlotte Ferris Today," AMPCorp's current flagship project. Charlotte won "Best Actress" in the LAF Awards of 2011, 2012, and 2013. She is a very talented actress and adds much on screen to every project she participates in.