Amber Sealey is a British and American director, writer, producer, and actor. Sealey is known for her feature films A Plus D, How to Cheat, and No Light and No Land Anywhere. How to Cheat premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival where it won the Best Performance Award. How to Cheat also won Best Narrative Film and Best Acting at the BendFilm Festival. No Light and No Land Anywhere, Sealey's third feature, is Executive Produced by Miranda July and premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival where it won a Special Jury Award. It also won the IndieVision Breakthrough Feature Film Award at the Twin Cities Film Festival. Sealey is known as an actor in the feature films The Good Night with Gwyneth Paltrow, Martin Freeman, and Penélope Cruz, and Big Nothing with Simon Pegg and David Schwimmer. She acted in the television show Attachments, directed by Susanna White, and Coming Up: Bed Bugs, directed by Academy Award winner Andrea Arnold. Sealey is the voice of many audio books, including How I Live Now, Penny From Heaven, Hunting Unicorns, and the acclaimed The Princess Diaries Series.