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Amanda Bynes, Disney starlet, image of bipolar and manic depression


Profile and statistics of Amanda Bynes

Born: April 3, 1986 at Thousand Oaks, California, United States
Height: 1.70 m
Parents: Rick Bynes, Lynn Organ
TV shows: The Amanda Show, What I Like About You, All That, more
Siblings: Jillian Bynes, Tommy Bynes

Erratic Behaviour of Amanda

Amanda is showing very critical and aggressive behaviour and there are many reports doing rounds in media. She has been showing increasingly erratic behaviour and keeps on writing witty and illogical comments/post on social media. All of this public bashing has started since she was charged with DUI charges last spring. She is not getting better with her symptoms after that. She is definitely troubled and she needs help. Her parents are going to move in to help their daughter recover from her mental illness.

Amanda and Bipolar Depression

Amanda Bynes had made a public announcement via her twitter account that she has been suffering and been diagnosed with bipolar depression and she needs help on curing the same.

She told that due to the diagnosis of these mental illnesses, she is on medication and goes for therapists. Due to her court charges, she need to comply with the rules of the court. For this she need to take the medicines and see her psychologist and therapist.

She has alleged that her father has abused her verbally, physically and sexually during her childhood. She later deleted those tweets, and apologised. Amanda was later hospitalized on an involuntary emergency psychiatric hold. Her father, mother and siblings gave public statements about her illness and that is how her condition has worsened.

Amanda's Sucess Story

Some of the prominient work by Amanda are as follows:

  1. 1993–2002: All That and The Amanda Show
  2. Bynes attended a comedy camp
  3. Advertisement for Buncha Crunch candies.
  4. Versions of Annie
  5. The Secret Garden
  6. The Music Man
  7. The Sound of Music
  8. Nickelodeon's Figure It Out
  9. Her own sketch comedy show, The Amanda Show

2002–2010: Commercial success for Amanda

Some of the commercially successful works of Amanda are as follows:

  • 1. Big Fat Liar (2002)
  • WB sitcom What I Like About You
  • Voice-over debut in Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure (2003)
  • Animated comedy Robots
  • Lovewrecked
  • She's The Man
  • Vanity Fair '​s July 2003 edition
  • Hairspray

Awards and Recognition

Bynes was named one of Teen People '​s "25 Hottest Stars Under 25" in 2006.

Bynes posed for the cover of the February 2010 edition of Maxim magazine. She once saied on Twitter that she is done with acting and planning to retire from acting. She wanted to focus on launching her career as a fashion designer and a rapper. Bynes had enrolled at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Irvine for 2014.

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