Amanda Foreman was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She acted in plays throughout high school before moving onto a career in film and television.
She is the daughter of John Foreman, who produced films like "Prizzi's Honor" (1985), and "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" (1969).
She made her feature film debut in 1992 with "Live Wire", playing the role of Molly and in the Mel Gibson flick "Forever Young", playing the role of Debbie.
In 1998, she played the role of Meghan Rotundi on Felicity, and was made a series regular on the show in 1999.
Amanda has made other appearances on notable T.V. shows such as Alias, where she plays Carrie Bowman, and has appeared on other shows like Six Feet Under and Nash Bridges.
She is also the sister of actress Julie Foreman.