Ever since Amanda was young, she wanted to be on Broadway. She always watched the Tony Awards and would wake up early to watch the performances in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, hoping some day to perform in that parade.
She was homeschooled from preschool to fifth grade, surrounded by her five brothers and two sisters. Being the middle child of such a big family, Amanda was always a personality; dancing on table tops, singing loud, and making jokes as often as she could.
She went to a performing arts middle and high school, and was immersed in various different types of art, causing her love for performing to grow even more. She then went on to The Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts where she deepened her training to focus on acting, singing, dancing, voice and speech, Shakespeare, comedy, clowning, puppetry, Suzuki and Viewpoints. Now, equipped with the experiences her life and training have provided, she can move forward pursuing her lifelong goal of performing on Broadway, while continuing to make people laugh along the way!