A native of Langley, British Columbia, actress Amanda Crew began her entertainment career in Canadian productions, with assignments such as an ongoing role on the YTV network's series 15/Love and CTV's Whistler. Following work on a succession of Vancouver-based television series, Crew signed for series guest spots on Smallville and a multi-episode turn on Life As We Know It, then moved into features. She placed her strongest emphasis on teen-oriented material, such as the romantic comedies John Tucker Must Die and She's the Man and the teen thriller Final Destination 3 (all 2006). In 2008, Crew landed one of the lead roles, opposite James Marsden, Clark Duke, and Seth Green, in the comedy Sex Drive.
Biography by Nathan Southern
- Started acting in fourth grade.
- Was cast in her first TV series, 15/Love, when she was 17.
- Won a 2007 Leo Award (given by the British Columbia television and film industry) for Best Lead Female in a Dramatic Series for her role in Whistler.
- Had to take sailing lessons to star opposite Zac Efron in 2010's Charlie St. Cloud.