Amanda Seyfried Biography
Amanda Seyfrieds modeling stints opened doors for an acting career, which she immediately grabbed via the daytime soap, The Guiding Light. In 2000, she played the character of Lucy Montogomery in As the World Turns in CBS, and eventually she was cast for the role of Joni Stafford on ABCs All My Children and stayed on the show from 2002 to 2003.
Her breakthrough in the film industry was in the teen hit movie, Mean Girls. Amanda Seyfried played the character of Karen Smith, the most idiotic member of the Plastics. She initially auditioned for the role of Regina, but lost to Rachel McAdams. Her role in the movie earned her an MTV Movie Award for Best On Screen Team, which she shared with co-stars Rachel McAdams and Lindsay Lohan. The following year, she starred in one of the nine parts in the film, Nine Lives.
Amanda Seyfried continued her TV career as she took part in UPNs Veronica Mars. In the said series, she plays the role of Lilly Kane, the murdered best friend of the title character. In the series, Amanda Seyfried appeared through a series of flashbacks which pictured her as a bubbly, posh, and loaded teenage daughter of a business tycoon. Her character is often compared to that of Twin Peaks Laura Palmer, for both characters were already deceased and appeared through flashbacks as the story unraveled. Amanda Seyfried alsmo made cameo appearances in House, Justice, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Amanda Seyfried as well appears as Rebecca in the TV series Wildfire, on ABC.
Amanda Seyfried starred in the HBO series Big Love as Sarah Henrickson. In 2007, she played supporting roles for the films Alpha Dog and Solstice. Amanda Seyfried has also finished working with big stars Meryl Streep and Pierce Brosnan in the film adaption of the musical Mamma Mia!, to be released in 2008. The story revolves around a bride-to-be searching for the father she never knew. The films soundtrack will be taken the songs made by the famed Swedish pop sensation, ABBA.