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ActorClassically trained, Amanda Woodhouse is a very talented actress and has been acting since a child.
Amanda was born in a small town called St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada which is near London Ontario.
She has been in many performances and is known for playing Mrs. Fezzyiwig in A Christmas Carol.
She is known for her role as Lisa Noris in the 2018 season 4, episode 10 of Paranormal Survivor.
Amanda has many other talents and can speak in three different accents which are British, Australian and Russian.
She can make her characters come to life by switching gears.
She is continuously working on her craft with private coaching and acting classes.
She has many projects under her belt. Amanda has been cast in a feature film called The Daughter's Kingdom that she will be shooting later this Summer. The movie will be released in 2019.
Amanda has landed roles in short films, commercials and has many upcoming TV shows and feature films.
Amanda has skills in kickboxing, fitness, working in security, learning law enforcement and will be learning combat training and horseback riding later this Summer 2018.
She can swim, line dance, play the recorder, video games and is talented in voice, animation, and different accents.
Amanda spends her free time camping, hiking, cycling, swimming, enjoying the wilderness, hanging out with friends and family and making others laugh.
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