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Amanda Peet

Born January 11, 1972 in New York, Amanda burst, literally into acting when she was still a toddler. At age three, she can unbidden onto the stage during a play, and after that, she was hooked. She was encouraged by a professor at Colombia University to audition for legendary acting coach, Uta Hagen, which she did successfully, working with Hagen for four years.

In 1996, Peet made her film debut with a role in “Animal Room” and appeared in an episode of television’s “Law and Order”.  In ‘97, it was “Touch Me” and then in 1998, she appeared in “Southie” which won the American Independent Award at the Seattle Film Festival that year. The next year, Amanda appeared in a short lived series on the WB called “Jack and Jill”.

Amanda found 2000 to be a major breakout year for her, with films such as “Isn’t She Great?”, “The Whole Nine Yards”, and “Saving Silverman”. Both “The Whole Nine Yards” and “Saving Silverman” saw Amanda playing opposite males leads like Bruce Willis and Jason Biggs, and completely holding her own.  Two years later, she found herself acting opposite Hollywood powerhouse, Jack Nicholson as well as Diane Keaton in “Somethings Gotta Give”. Peet returned for the sequel to “The Whole Nine Yards” in 2004- called “The Whole Ten Yards”.

     Peet had a recurring role in the critically acclaimed but short lived NBC series, “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip” and also appeared in the movie “Martian Child” with John Cusack.”

Amanda’s best known hairstyle is a shoulder length bob with either no bangs or a side-swept part. The color is a caramel brown, often with shiny highlights. Her hair always appears silky and well maintained and the cut suits her strong, beautiful face well.





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