- Full Name: Amanda Laura Bynes
- Born: 04/03/1986 (Age 29)
- Place of Birth: Thousand Oaks, California
- Occupation: Actress
- Marital Status: Single
Amanda Bynes Net Worth History
Amanda Bynes started her acting career appearing in a commercial for Nestlé’s Buncha Crunch candy, at age 7. Bynes then went on to become a regular performer in the Nickelodeon TV series All That appearing in 55 episodes from 1996 – 2002. She also made regular appearances in the Nickelodeon children’s game show Figure It Out from 1997 – 1999, as a panelist. Nickelodeon created a spin-off show from All That, called The Amanda Show which starred Amanda Bynes. The Amanda Show aired from October 1999 until its unexpected cancelation in September 2002, in which Bynes appeared in all 74 episodes as the host. Bynes was cast in the WB sit-com called What I Like About You that aired from 2002 to 2006 making appearances in all 86 episodes. In 2002, Bynes made her motion picture debut in the movie Big Fat Liar and went on to appear in the movies What A Girl Wants (2003), Love Wrecked (2005), She’s The Man (2006), Hairspray (2007), Sydney White (2007) and Easy A (2010). She has also done voice-over parts for animated movies Charlotte’s Web 2: Wilbur’s Great Adventure (2003), Robots (2005) and animated Nickelodeon TV series Rugrats as Taffy, appearing in 9 episodes (2002 – 2006). Bynes also appears in TV movies Living Proof (2008) and Canned (2009). Bynes also appeared on magazine covers of Vanity Fair (July 2003) and Maxim (February 2010).
About Amanda Bynes
Amanda Bynes was born and raised in Thousand Oaks, California, with 2 older siblings. From the time she started professionally acting at age 7, she has accumulated for herself many impressive credits as a child star, starring in several TV series and then making the move to star in major motion pictures. She has also been nominated for several awards including Young Artist Awards, Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, Teen Choice Awards, and MTV Movie Awards. She won 6 Kids’ Choice Awards, In August 2007, Bynes signed a 5-year contract with Steve & Barry’s to design and develop her own fashion line called Dear which included clothes and accessories. The fashion line was introduced to the public later that same month, however, but it abruptly ended when Steve & Barry’s filed for bankruptcy in 2008. In June 2010, Bynes stated that she was retiring from acting because she had no desire to act anymore. But a month later, she retracted her statement and said she was just taking a break from it. In March 2012, Bynes began exhibiting episodes of odd behavior which has contributed to her many encounters with the law, that has resulted in a few arrests, court appearances, probational periods and mental health evaluations. It seems by her own admission in a series of tweets in November 2014, that she has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and is seeking treatment in the form of regular psychiatric visits and medication. During this time, Bynes’ mother was awarded conservatorship of her daughter’s financial affairs, by the courts. Bynes has been making a visible effort to recover from her experiences with the law and she is learning to cope with her mental disorder by continuing treatment.