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Amy Tipton (born October 8, 1980) is an American film and television actress. She is also a voice actress and an art coordinator. She was born in Fayetteville, Georgia. Since 1992, Tipton has worked as an actress in at least six films and eight television productions including guest appearances in the television series One Tree Hill, Little Britain USA, and Unscripted.
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Amy Hope Cahill is a Madrigal agent and one of the main characters in The 39 Clues. Amy's parents, Hope Cahill and Arthur Trent, perished when she was young, and she was placed in the custody of her great-aunt Beatrice with her brother Dan. The children were watched by a revolving door of au pairs hired by Beatrice, and would frequently visit their grandmother Grace at her mansion. Amy was shy and studious growing up, with her nose almost always in a book.