“Blessed with sharp comic timing, a strong and pleasing voice, and remarkable versatility...Amanda's chameleon quality is an enjoyable tour de force.” - Shoreline Times
Amanda is currently starring as PomPom in weekly live-broadcasts of this new motion capture musical series. Click the image to watch Behind the Scenes footage!
Amanda added new Vancouver reps to her team! She is thrilled to be represented by Kim Barsanti and Shannen McGreevy at Lucas Talent.
Amanda joined celebrities like Nathan Lane & Debra Messing as a soloist in this virtual telethon. The concert raised almost $350,000 for the historic West Bank Cafe.
Set to star in this 3-person farce as Watson, a sudden injury forced Amanda to bow out of this dream role at Lake George Theatre. She hopes to work with LGT in the future!
Amanda played opposite Willie Garson in the feature film 'God the Worm' directed by Eric Schaeffer.
Amanda played a friendly homeowner who recently transitioned to solar power.
Amanda originated all four female roles in this world premiere at Ivoryton Playhouse.
Amanda starred in this short film about a psychiatrist dealing with the suicide of a patient.
Amanda played the loving mother and ghostly visitor in the short film The Waste, hitting film festivals next year.
Amanda had fun goofing around as a chick looking for love in the new BBQ Guru commercial campaign.
Amanda played the grumpy secretary in the short film aLike.
Amanda just recorded voiceover on Season 2 of Limetown, the iTunes #1 podcast.
Amanda played the busybody aunt who couldn’t keep her mouth shut at a funeral in the short film Last Goodbye.
Amanda played the nurse in a PSA for adoption.
Amanda recently played Essie in "You Can't Take It With You" at The Barnstormers Theatre.
Amanda starred Off-Broadway as Robyn in "Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man".
Amanda returned for her second season at New Harmony Theatre as Vicki in "The Full Monty".
Amanda played Bobbi Michele in "Last of the Red Hot Lovers" at New Harmony Theatre, directed by Elliot Wasserman.
Amanda starred as Ginny in the NYC premiere of "Jackass Flats" directed by Brendan Burke.
Amanda joined the national tour as lead singer in this 1940's Big Band Revue.
Amanda played Logainne in "25th Annual...Spelling Bee" directed by David Caldwell.
Amanda and 3 other actors won the "Best Ensemble" award for "The List", impersonating dozens of characters from the top 100 movies of all-time.
Amanda played Suzanne in Marc Camoletti's "Don't Dress for Dinner" at Lake Dillon Theatre Company in Colorado.