Real name Amanda Schull,
Birth August 26, 1978 (Honolulu, Hawaii – United States)
Actress Amanda Schull was born on August 26, 1978 in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. From a very young age she showed her interest in dancing and acting, with her mother, Susan Schull, being president of Ballet Hawaii. In 2000 she debuted as an actress on the big screen with the film The Rhythm of Success and in 2008 on television with the series The Cleaner. She became a professional ballet dancer, she was part of the San Francisco Ballet but retired in 2006 to film, in Australia, the film Mao’s Last Dancer (2009). In 2009 she guest starred on the Fox TV show Lie to Me and later in series such as Ghost Whisperer (2009), Bones (2010) and Hawaii Five-0 (2011). In 2013 she starred in the television series 12 Monkeys in which she plays the role of Cassandra Railly. Among her most recent projects are the film Doors to Hell (2017), in which she plays agent Daria Francis, as well as the feature film Love, Once and Always (2018).