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Amanda Sprecher

Amanda has had the passion to start acting since she was just 3 years old when she watched her brother, Steven, perform on stage at a local theater. She also started singing and dancing around the same age. Fearing that she was too young and that she was simply following her older brother, her mom decided to wait until she was older. Amanda was determined to be on stage, and as soon as she turned 4 she snuck into an audition at a local theater, where she ended up being cast in her first role.

Around the age of 7, Amanda began auditioning in New York. She was also featured in M. Night Shyamalan’s, “The Village”. At the age of 10, Amanda was cast in her first New York play as Maren in “Ordet”, directed by J. Scott Reynolds.

Amanda went on to be cast in the world premier of “Little House On The Prairie”, directed by Francesca Zambello. She also did multiple readings and workshops for the production. Not long after, she was cast in the Broadway production of “Inherit
The Wind”, directed by Doug Hughes and starring Brian Dennehy and Christopher Plummer. It was an amazing experience, and it only made her craving for acting stronger.

Amanda is always trying to further her education. She took a digital filmmaking course at the New York Film Academy, which helped her with her script writing and the short films she makes. She took a cartooning course at the School of Visual Arts as well. She is also a member of the Broadway Kids Advisory board.

When Amanda is not in a production or auditioning, she enjoys working on her comic book series, “The Adventures Of Jade and Butch”. She also enjoys juggling, clowning around as her clown character, Soybean, and writing scripts.

Amanda is honored to be an Advisor for Impact Broadway!