Jamie Loy

Jamie Loy

Jamie Loy
Actor, Assistant Director, Production Assistant, Production Designer, Researcher, Set Decorator, Set Designer, Stunt Coordinator, Voice Artist and Producer

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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About Jamie

Jamie Loy is an American actress known for her role as Elizabeth Canoe in the feature film The Cherokee Word for Water and as Tara in the short Running Deer.

Jamie was born in Tahlequah, Oklahoma as the second of three children of James and Annie Loy. She grew up in the country near many small towns and communities in northeastern Oklahoma. Her acting career began when she took a summer theater job at the Cherokee Nation Heritage Center in the theater show The Trail of Tears Drama. That same summer she was able to be a part of the historical documentary The Trail of Tears: Cherokee Legacy with James Earl Jones and Wes Studi. After this she did a couple of modeling jobs for Ihloff Salons and Bacardi. Her big break came when she auditioned and got the role of Elizabeth Canoe in the feature film The Cherokee Word For Water. This role would earn Jamie her SAG eligibility. For The Cherokee Word For Water she not only got the part of Elizabeth Canoe she also got the part of the lead actress's (Kimberly Guerrero) stand-in/double. Being the leads stand-in/double allowed Jamie to be on the set of The Cherokee Word For Water for the whole shooting of the movie. She gained an enormous amount of film experience working on the film. In between the main shooting and re-shoots of The Cherokee Word For Water she was a featured extra in the family comedy Thunderstruck starring NBA star Kevin Durant. After Thunderstruck and The Cherokee Word For Water Jamie would go on to do a few commercials for companies such as AT&T, Oklahoma State Department of Health, and Dicks Sporting Goods. Next she would go on to play Tara alongside Booboo Stewart and Q'Orianka Kilcher in the short teenage drama Running Deer. In 2013 she would be a featured extra in the musical drama Rudderless, working alongside the likes of Anton Yelchin, Billy Crudup, and William H. Macy. After Rudderless she became a part of Gray Frederickson's historical documentary Unconquerable. For Unconquerable Jamie got to do acting, voice-over, stunt work and CGI modeling. After Unconquerable she worked on a music video for an up and coming Oklahoma band, a small independent film about vampires, and do modeling for Oklahoma Tourism. She recently wrapped on the feature film Light From The Darkroom which stars Lymari Nadal, Patricia De Leon, Russell Wong, and Steven Michael Quezada. On Light From The Darkroom she got to be co-lead Patricia De Leon's unofficial stand-in/double as well as a featured extra and production intern. She continues to work in film, commercial and modeling today.


  • Mekko

    Mekko (2015)
    Film by Rough House Creative/ Sterlin Harjo Supporting- Rita

  • The Veil

    The Veil (2015)
    Film by Toy Gun Films/ Brent Ryan Green Dominion Princess

  • Light From The Darkroom

    Light From The Darkroom (2014)
    Film by Gitana Productions/ Lance McDaniel Pilar's Co-Worker

  • Rudderless

    Rudderless (2014)
    Film by Unified Pictures/ William H. Macy Featured Trill Bar Patron

  • Violet

    Violet (2014)
    Film (short) by NativeBoy Productions/ Mark Williams Supporting- Natalie

  • You Can't Win

    You Can't Win (2014)
    Film by Photus Films/ Robinson Devor Featured Audience Member

  • Unconquerable Part I

    Unconquerable Part I (2014)
    Documentary by Graco Inc./ Greg Mellott Wife of Warrior #1

  • America

    America (2014)
    Documentary by Lionsgate/ John Sullivan Native American/Hispanic Worker

  • Running Deer

    Running Deer (2013)
    Film (short) by Toy Gun Films/ Brent Ryan Green Supporting- Tara

  • The Cherokee Word For Water

    The Cherokee Word For Water (2013)
    Film by Mankiller Productions/ Tim Kelly Suporting- Elizabeth Canoe

  • Thunderstruck

    Thunderstruck (2012)
    Film by Warner Brothers/ John Whitesell Featured Thunder Fan

  • The Trail of Tears: Cherokee Legacy

    The Trail of Tears: Cherokee Legacy (2006)
    Documentary by Rich-Heape Films/ Chip Richie Oklahoma Re-enactor

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