Amanda Seyfried on Twin Peaks and more

How Amanda Seyfried is Reaching New Peaks

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The former Mean Girl is determined to banish fear and seize the day

By the end of 2017, Amanda Seyfried will have another bunch of wide-ranging credits for her CV. She’s in the rebooted Twin Peaks (along with half of Hollywood), a comedy movie (The Clapper), a sci-fi flick (Anon), an as-yet-untitled kidnap dramedy and, out in March, The Last Word, in which she plays a journalist uncovering the secrets of a woman who wants to write her own obituary.

Such variation is hardly surprising: The 31-year-old has never been typecast since making her debut alongside Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams in Mean Girls. She is also atypical in her honesty in interviews, talking as matter-of-factly about video-calling her pets as she does about tackling her depression. “You can project your fears into a fantasy that would never happen,” she said recently. “That’s not a positive way to think. It’s important to seize the day because we don’t know what will happen in 10 minutes. I try to live in the moment. I hate the idea of living in the future.”

She’s being modest, because with her forthcoming projects, we can see at least a year’s worth of success ahead.


THE FACTS: 

  • FULL NAME: Amanda Michelle Seyfried
  • BORN: December 3, 1985 (age 31) Allentown, Pennsylvania, U.S.
  • FAMOUS FILMS: Mean Girls, Gone, Les Miserables 
  • UPCOMING FILMS: The Clapper, Anon, The Last Word
  • FUN FACT: She began modeling at the age of 11 

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03 2017 The Red Bulletin 

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