Growing up between Pennsylvania and County Clare, Ireland, Aimee found her love of performance at an early age, and has defied conventional description ever since. A bilateral amputee with amazing physical dexterity, Aimee first brought international attention as an athlete. Being the first woman with a "disability" in the NCAA, she competed against able-bodied Division I track athletes while a dean's list student at Georgetown. She is a gold medalist paralympic athlete and set several World Records (100-meter dash and long jump). She graduated in 1998 from Georgetown's School of Foreign Service with a double major in History and Diplomacy. Aimee dived into modeling for Alexander McQueen's 1999 London show. Her film debut was as the star of the cult fave 'Cremaster 3'.