Amanda is a writer, director and producer who has worked with amazing people/companies including; CBS, NBC, and Universal Pictures among many others. While working as a Writer’s Assistant on NBC’s The Black Donnelly’s, she was given the opportunity to write two episodes during the first season. As a screenwriter, Amanda has had two feature films produced and currently has three features in pre-production. She’s always stayed true to her passion for Theater, writing and producing numerous one act plays in New York and Los Angeles, most recently directing her one hour play “Where the Numbers End: A Hell’s Kitchen Love Tragedy” which received rave reviews from Broadway World. Before that, she directed the Los Angeles production of William Hoffman’s “Cal in Camo” which went on to a critically acclaimed Off Broadway run at New York’s Rattlestick theater. Most recently she’s directed three short films, “Caroline” (based on a character in her play “Where the Numbers End”), “First Kill” a female driven crime caper, and “Lollipop” a look into a day in the life of a serial liar. Amanda resides in New York where she is a current and active member of The Actor’s Studio Playwrights and Directors Workshop (NYC).