Amanda Greer recently graced the red carpet at the 70th Cannes Film Festival for her leading role in Marital Arts, where she portrays Claudia, a fiercely intelligent and always in control housewife that fears aging and does everything she can to stay playful and young. Greer just finished her run at the new Broadway Duke Theatre, starring in the original play ‘Max and Domino’ by award winning playwright/director Anthony Marinelli. She portrayed a controversial role in the independently produced stage-to-screen Walt Whitman Never Paid for It, honored with the Audience Choice Award at the Richmond International Film Festival. After graduating from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, Amanda swiftly obtained the lead role in Scorned: Love Kills, a television series that aired on Discovery. Amanda stars as Melinda Samson, a hysterical high-maintenance Hamptons socialite in the three-part, female-centric comedy web series Exiled out East premiering at the infamous Chinese Theater in Hollywood as part of the official selection for the Dances With Film Festival. Additional screen credits include Paramount Pictures comedy, Staten Island Summer, with an all-star cast featuring comedians from SNL. Other films include ‘Some Bad News’ opposite Yul Vasquez which screened at the HBO Latino Film Festival. Amanda’s latest feature film, Desire in New York has been nominated for three awards in the Int’l Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema in London. When she’s not in front of the camera, she is working on her own upcoming productions dedicated to the art of cinema under her new production company, The Abbey: Stories Worth Telling.