Amanda enjoys performing in clubs as a singer and guitarist. She's currently sings backup in a popular Los Angeles band.
Amanda was dating a guy named Darin.
Her character Meghan, says what's on her mind, period and many people don't like her for that.
Plays Meghan Rotundi on Felicity.
Amanda has appeared in three TV series created by J.J Abrams:
Felicity as Meghan Rotundi
Alias as Carrie Bowman
What About Brian as Ivy
Because her father was a famous producer Amanda was born and raised in Los Angeles.
Amanda acted in her High School's plays.
Amanda in 2001 appeared in Billy Bob Thornton's comedy Daddy and Them. The movie was filmed in 1998, screened at Montreal and released theatrically in 2002.
Amanda did an interview with Teen People in April 2000, by: Kate Garner, title: Prime-Time Glamour.
Amanda appeared in the movie Rocket's Red Glare in 2000 as a character named Jennifer.
Amanda in 1999 appeared in the movie Road Kill as Shayla.
Amanda, in 1999 appeared in the Fox Family Channel TV-movie thriller Storm as Ms. Garrett, Co-ed.
Amanda, in 1999 had a recurring role as the abducted daughter of the head of internal affairs on the CBS police drama Nash Bridges.
Amanda in 1994 appeared in Laura Dern's directorial debut The Gift, premiered on Showtime.
In 1997 starred in the following movies:
HBO original movie Breast Men as Lola
Delivery as Marilyn
Amanda's voice portrayed Sophie Staton in the Audio CD Good Grief: A Novel by Lolly Winston.
Amanda appeared as a waitress in the movie The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them in 1993.
Amanda appeared in the 1993 thriller Sliver as Samantha Moore.
In 1992 Amanda appeared in the following movies:
Forever Young as Debbie
Live Wire as Molly
Murder Without Motive: The Edmund Perry Story as Heather
Amanda was in the TV movie Murder Without Motive: The Edmund Perry Story in 1992 as Heather.
Her first role was at the age of 23 in the TV movie The Preppie Murder in 1989. She played the part of Larissa.
In 2004 Amanda appeared in the TV Show I Love the '90s as herself.
Amanda is the big sister of younger actress Julie Foreman.
Amanda is the daughter of famed producer John Foreman, producer of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and Linda Lawson.
(On Megan and Sean's relationship)
J.J. Abrams: It just struck me as a realistic and timely story. We've found a way to tell the story where it doesn't feel like an after school special. The health scare will test Sean's blossoming romance with Meghan (Amanda Foreman). Their response to this is very unique. One of the things that results from this is that Sean starts to explore his Judaism. Combine that with the fact that Meghan is Wiccan, and you get some really funny moments.
(On Amanda's role in Alias)
Matt Roush: I thought Amanda Foreman's scenes with Marshall were lots of fun...
(On Amanda's upcoming roles)
Michael Ausiello: Amanda Foreman is the only reason to watch the Sept. 23 premiere of NBC's still-born fertility-clinic drama Inconceivable. She plays a brash surrogate mother to two gay dads and she's in full-tilt Meghan mode. God, I miss that show.