Hey folks! I'm a professional actor, filmmaker, and comedian. I've been in the entertainment biz for quite a while now and am loving every minute behind and in front of the camera. If you're into getting updates about an adorable yet unapologetically goofy person following her dream, you've come to the right place.
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Starring in several independent features and short films, Amanda Lynn Joyce has worked her way from casual improviser to leading lady. Her most recent roles in “Looking For Andrew” and “Follow The Stars” have showcased her ability to perform in both comedic and dramatic roles effortlessly. Her career started in 2011 performing on a monthly basis with Augusta GA’s premiere improve troupe Schrodingers Cat in their hit First Friday show “eXtreme Theater Games.” Shortly after she was cast in several independent plays in the Le Chat Noir Theater’s annual short play festival “Quickies.” From then on she performed in various roles on stage, most notably as Sister Aloysius in “Doubt” for Les Chatons Noir Youth Theater Program, and in Le Chat Noir’s Cupid’s Cabaret performance as Emilie in “Les Liaisons Dangereuses.” Her first feature film appearance was in the dark comedy “The Great Kentucky Goblin Spree” as Etta Mae Baker, daughter to Hank and Betty Baker, inspired by true events set in the backwoods of Kentucky in the 1950’s. Since then Amanda has performed as a character actor and stunt performer for several haunts, most notably Le Chat Noir’s “Black Cat Ball” and most recently the Netherworld Haunted House, as well as hosting for several entertainment groups, including Schrodingers Cat Improv Troupe, Dirty South Burlesque and Caberet, and Le Chat Noir’s annual “Murder Mystery” themed parties. Currently she resides in beautiful Atlanta, GA with her roommate, best friend, and coolest SFX artist she knows, Devon Yeager, and feeds and pets the neighborhood cat on a daily basis.