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Biography - A Short Wiki

Amanda was born August 26, 1978 in Honolulu, Hawaii. She used to be a professional ballet dancer. No wonder she keeps her measurements in great condition. She also wears great dresses on public awards shows. Schull played in various TV shows, such as My Family And Me, One Tree Hill, Pretty Little Liars, and Suits. In 2015, Amanda will play Dr. Cassandra Railly on 12 Monkeys. This should be the main role, so her fans have something to look forward to.

Family and Personal Life

She married George Wilson on May 28, 2011. Her mother Susan is the president of Ballet Hawaii.

She acted alongside Josh Hamilton in the Golden Globe nominated 2011 film J. Edgar.

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Amanda Schull - Bikini Photos

Amanda Schull Bikini
Bikini babe: Amanda Schull is a natural beauty and seems to be enjoying herself.

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Full/Real NameN/A
Gender (Biological)Female
Age (as of today)45 years
Date of BirthAugust 26, 1978
Place of BirthHonolulu, HI
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Height1.65 m, 5 feet 4 inches
Weight60.5 kg, 133 lbs
Net Worth / WealthN/A
OccupationTv Actress

Height, Weight, and Age

Amanda Schull's height is pretty average measuring 1.65 m. The tv actress weighs 60.5 kg. Being born on August 26, 1978, translates to an age of 45 years as of todays date (May 18, 2024).

Quotes

"Hollywood is something else. It's such an exaggerated idea. The concept of what 'beautiful' really is is ludicrous."

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"It's hard with ballet because your aesthetic really is important. It's different from acting and from film. Nobody wants to watch somebody who is sickly thin. And it's interesting because I have danced with people who are ill, have eating disorders, and a light goes off within them."

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"I wouldn't necessarily consider myself the typical sci-fi genre fan. I do have a lot of sci-fi shows that I enjoy, but I wouldn't call it my favorite genre of all."

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"A lot of professional dancers become professional when they turn 15 or 16 years old, when they're still children. So you've trained every single waking moment up until that point for a career that could maybe only last 10 years, maybe longer if your body holds up, if your injuries are kept at bay."

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"I was an apprentice at the San Francisco Ballet, and a casting director came to one of our rehearsals to scout talent for 'Center Stage.' I landed the role of Jodie."

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