Star on Lizzie
12/22/1979, Charleston, South Carolina, USA
Recurring Role (1)
Guest Star (4)
Born in 1979 and originally from Charleston, South Carolina, Amanda received her degree in business marketing at the University of South Carolina before breaking into a television career. She is the daughter of D. F. Keels Baker and Laura Baker, and has a sister, Candy. She has co-starred in a number of made-for-television movies, including Hello Sister, Goodbye Life (with Lacey Chabert) and The Dead Will Tell (with Anne Heche), and has appeared in the series One Tree Hill and General Hospital: Night Shift before landing the contract role of Babe Carey on All My Children in 2007, replacing the departing Alexa Havins.
Laura Amanda Baker
Charleston, South Carolina, USA
- Trivia & Quotes
Amanda: I've always liked having a fixed schedule, and daytime actually provides that for a lot of actors. You can work during the day and know you're going to be out by 8:30 at the latest. You get your script a week beforehand.
Amanda: Growing up, I was involved in artsy things. I always loved to sing and dance. The acting came about when I was in middle school. I started doing little musicals. Then, in high school, it started to flourish and I really knew that I had a love for it.
Amanda attended Seacoast Church in Charleston, SC, when she was in high school and appeared in several of their Easter plays.
Amanda has a cat named Nikko.
Amanda was a member of the sorority Zeta Tau Alpha at the University of South Carolina.
Amanda was in the school choir in high school. She appeared in many productions including Smokey Joe's Cafe and Cabaret.
Amanda has a minor from the University of South Carolina for fashion merchandising.