American actress and fashion designer Amanda Bynes made her professional acting debut at seven with TV commercial for Buncha Crunch candies. She then forayed on-stage with productions like ‘Annie’ and ‘The Sound of Music’. She garnered fame with the American variety show ‘All That’ (1996–2000) which won her a Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award. Her debut in films happened with ‘Big Fat Liar’ (2002). Moving on she featured in many other notable TV shows like ‘The Amanda Show’ (1999–2002) and ‘What I Like About You’ (2002–2006); and films like ‘Hairspray’ (2007) and ‘Easy A’ (2010) before declaring an indefinite break from acting in 2010.
Stepping into showbiz at an early age Bynes garnered popularity as a child artist and transitioned into a successful adult actor with commercially and critically acclaimed TV and film productions. Bynes also endeavoured into modelling that included gracing covers of ‘Vanity Fair’ (July 2003) and ‘Maxim’ (February 2010).
Filmography of Amanda Bynes includes popular TV show ‘The Amanda Show’ that won her three Kids' Choice Awards; and hit films ‘What a Girl Wants’ (2003) that won her a Kids' Choice Award, ‘Hairspray’ and ‘Easy A’. Her box-office bombs include the film ‘Love Wrecked’ (2007).