Inside BBC The Apprentice Amy Anzel’s Hollywood career as busty school teacher

She may be going up for a £250,000 investment from Lord Alan Sugar in the 16th series of The Apprentice, but it’s far from Amy Anzel’s first rodeo.

The American beauty entrepreneur has had a wide range of careers in her life, including a stint on US reality show The Bachelor in its first ever series.

But Amy's career climbed to new heights when she landed a role in the hit superhero flick Kickass 2, a sequel to the hugely popular movie starring the likes of Nicholas Cage and Chloë Grace Moretz.

A star-studded cast returned for the second instalment in the franchise, as Moretz and Aaron Taylor-Johnson were joined by Jim Carrey and Christopher Mintz-Plasse.

And joining them as high school teacher Mrs Zane was – you guessed it – The Apprentice's Amy.

In the first flick Mrs Zane was played by Deborah Twiss, and during an iconic scene where teenage student Dave Lizewski was daydreaming about her, could be seen stripping off her top and bra to bare her breasts.

The fantasy-teacher could be seen leaning over her students and treating them to a glimpse down her top, before whipping off her glasses and clutching her boobs.

According to iMDB, Amy took over the role for the second film.

Her character is described in-universe as "quite busty, that Mrs. Zane."

It wasn't her only acting role, as she also starred as the racy character 'Red MILF' in comedian Nick Cannon's sketch show Short Circuitz.

Along with her career in Hollywood, Amy has had an array of odd jobs – including singing jingles for McDonalds ads.

Beginning when she was just 10 years old, Amy has sung the catchy theme songs for commercials including Coca-Cola’s I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing, various Burger King ads and an advert for the board game Connect 4.

She’s sung over 500 jingles and voiceovers, and was even featured on the Cabbage Patch Kids records – released in conjunction with the kids’ toys.

It gets stranger. Few UK natives will remember the US animated series Rainbow Brite from the 80s, but across the pond the comic character was famous enough to land itself a place in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade.

And it was Amy herself who lent her voice to the little animated girl, covered in rainbow colours.

After her childhood career in advertising, Amy went on to train at the British American Drama Academy, and star in plenty of musicals including the US tour of Annie, a European tour of Grease and a Cinderella pantomime starring Jimmy Osmond.

In 2013, things all changed as she decided to swap the stage for the director’s chair and began producing theatre – including the UK tour of Happy Days The Musical, which saw her land a Channel 4 behind-the-scenes documentary.

She even went on to produce the West End spectacular Dreamgirls.

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