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Amanda Lynne started professional dancing lessons the age of 2. Amanda began her professional training with ballet. Unlike most young girls, Amanda took to dance and stayed with it. Amanda grew up dance training day in and day out. Amanda has trained in the following: tap, jazz, modern, hip hop, International Latin ballroom, and Standard ballroom, Salsa, Brazilian Samba, International dancing (dances from all over the world), Burlesque and Cabaret Theater.
Amanda began a professional dance career at the age of 12. Amanda began paid instruction of Ballroom and Salsa at the age of 14 to people three to four times her senior. Amanda Lynne is a seasoned ballroom competitor. Amanda is a Salsa champion. Amanda has competed and won numerous ballroom competitions, and often judges’ state events.
Amanda Lynne at the age of 25 formed the dance show Cabaretro. The show was named after Amanda's moniker CABARETRO: after her extensive cabaret experiences and her retro looks. Amanda became director/choreographer of the Cabaretro show. The Cabaretro Show was hosted nightly at the now defunct RIO dinner club in the San Fernando Valley. Of note is that Amanda discovered she had a comedic side that lent itself towards the art of Burlesque. The Cabaretro show held a six month run at the Rio in March of 2007. Amanda simultaneously formed her own dance company under the name of Sugar Free Entertainment.
Amanda contributes her love dance to saving her life with her ongoing daily fight with Diabetes. Amanda is a type 1 Diabetic and was diagnosed at the age of 14. Amanda uses dancing as a way to exercise along with a strict healthy diet to keep blood sugars under control. Amanda uses her talent to set an example and to educate the public on Diabetes and the importance of healthy living, diet and exercise.
Amanda's dance specialty is the fine art of Burlesque, Salsa and Brazilian Samba. Amanda has performed throughout the U.S. Amanda has held performances both public and private in the areas of Los Angeles and New York of note. Amanda Lynne has Lady GaGa doubled.
Amanda has performed in several music videos in her signature Brazilian Samba Feathered outfit, complete with four foot high headdress and fantail. Amanda has performed dance in several videos to include R&B artist Stevie B among others. Her last video was in 2010 for Kinky Music in "Hasta Quemarnos". Amanda's most prominent role was in director Sean Doyle's 2009 film "Ready or Not", opposite The Godfather's Alex Rocco. In 2004 Amanda Lynne also had a walk on role in NBC's Frasier episodes" Match Game" & " High Holidays" in addition to a few others. Amanda has hosted on American QVC.
When not dancing, Amanda choreographs dance routines for various industry projects. Amanda Lynne hosts a Salsa dance competition yearly in Thousand Oaks, CA for Borderline Bar & Grill going on six years. When not casting or acting, Amanda models when she can. Amanda does a professional photo shoot about every two weeks thought Southern California.
Amanda Lynne is the spokesperson for the Landon Pediatric Foundation's Diabetic Council
HOpe all's well Amanda, haven't seen you in a while!
Our Annual Campaign is coming!
Would you consider helping by writing a short comment/testimonial about your experiences at TuD? The main message for the campaign this year is that no one with diabetes should ever feel alone. Messages from our community give
people a real-life, personal sense of how valuable TuDiabetes is to each of
us, how it's changed our lives, etc.
I just wanted to stop by to see if you've done your Big Blue Test Today. Dont' forget that every time you log a Big Blue Test $5 is donated to diabetes charities that are providing life-saving supplies and services.
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