Amanda Crew is a Canadian television and film actress known best for her roles on such series as "Silicon Valley," as well as movies including "Charlie St. Cloud," "Sex Drive," and "Final Destination 3."
Amanda Crew was born on June 5, 1986 in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. Like many aspiring actresses, she got bitten by the acting bug at an early age, starring in her first musical, titled Dragon Tales, when she was in the fourth grade. From that performance alone, she had several agents get in contact with her, and her acting career has been on a steady rise since. From here, she continued to star in plays such as Stalling, Cordstons Courts, and Langley, the Musical, with roles in commercials for such products as Coca-Cola filling the void in between.
When she was only 19, Amanda was cast in her first ever starring television role on the Canadian series, "15/Love." Between that and her second major starring role on "Whistler," which she even took home an award for Best Lead Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series at the Leo Awards for, Amanda took on small guest roles on series such as "Life As We Know It" and "Smallville."
The year 2006 proved to be a major one for Amanda's film career, as along with her two starring television roles, she was cast in three features: "Final Destination 3," "She's the Man," and "John Tucker Must Die." Since then, she has continued to make a name for herself on the big screen, starring in "Sex Drive" in 2008, "The Haunting in Connecticut" in 2009, and "Charlie St. Cloud" in 2010. All the while, she has managed to keep her television career in tact, and was even cast as a regular on her first American series, Mike Judge's "Silicon Valley," in 2014.