Amanda Laura Bynes was born on April 3, 1986, in Thousand Oaks, California. The youngest of three children, she became interested in acting and doing from the age of three, when she would say her sister Jillian line with when she appeared in the drama. It was from that moment that her family and friends knew that she would be a star someday.
Her acting debut in 1996, when she auditioned for and got the role as a newcomer on “All That” (1994). Soon, she became very popular as people enjoyed her acting in dramas, especially Ask Ashley, where she played a little girl running an advice column would be very angry every time she read the letter.
In 1999, 13 years old Amanda was given their own variety show, “The Amanda Show” (1999), in which she starred in all the skits except Totally Kyle. In 2001, she co-starred with Frankie Muniz in Big Fat Liar (2002) as Kaylee, Jason’s friend who helps him prove that she actually wrote the essay “Big Fat Liar” and regain her father’s trust. It was also in 2001 that she began dating Taran Killam from “The Amanda Show” (1999) and Big Fat Liar (2002), a four-year and two days older than her. She also won a Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award ‘and, at age 15, “The Amanda Show” (1999) ended its run.
In 2002, she began co-starring with Jennie Garth in “What I Like About You” (2002) as Holly, a 16-year girl who moves with her sister after their father decides to move to Japan. She also celebrated the 16th anniversary of her sweet and got her driver’s license on April 3, 2002.
In 2003, Amanda won two KCA Awards and starred as Daphne, a girl looking for her father, in What a Girl Wants (2003) with Colin Firth and Kelly Preston as her parents. Amanda continued to act in “What I Like About You” (2002) and broke up with Taran.
On April 3, 2004, Amanda celebrated her 18th year at the 17th Annual KCA Awards, where she won the award for best actress for her role in What a Girl Wants (2003). Amanda Bynes graduated from Thousand Oaks independent study courses High School was on June 10, 2004, and filmed Love Wrecked (2005) in 2004. A prodigiously talented comedienne, she promises to have a lifelong career.