A talented actress with scene stealing performance on television and in film—Amanda Crew continues to evolve her craft with each new role.
Crew can currently be seen in season 3 of HBO’s Emmy® and Golden Globe® Award nominated series, SILICON VALLEY which will returned on April 24th. Crew plays “Monica,” Peter Gregory’s head of operations who handles the day-to-day duties of his tech investment business, often fielding pitches and working directly with tech folks who Peter has given money.
On the big screen, Crew recently appeared opposite Blake Lively and Harrison Ford in THE AGE OF ADALINE for Lionsgate. The actress will next appear in the upcoming film RACE opposite Jason Sudeikis based on the true life story of track and field star Jesse Owens, who overcame adversity to win four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games. She can next be seen in TABLE 19 opposite Anna Kendrick about a collection of strangers grouped together at a wedding’s “singles table“ which Fox will release in January 2017.
Previously, Crew appeared in Carl Bessai’s BAD CITY written by and co-starring Aaron Brooks and Dustin Milligan. This marked her second time working with Bessai, after having previously starred in 2010’s THE REPEATERS. In 2013, the actress appeared in the biopic, JOBS opposite Ashton Kutcher and J.K. Simmons about Steve Jobs, founder and CEO of Apple. In 2010, Crew starred opposite Zac Efron, Kim Basinger, and Dave Franco in the Universal feature film CHARLIE ST. CLOUD. Based on the novel by Ben Sherwood and directed by Burr Steers, the supernatural drama centers on a cemetery caretaker (Efron) who after the untimely death of his younger brother, meets and begins a romantic relationship with a young woman (Crew) who is training for a sailing trip around the world.
Crew’s other film credits include; THE IDENTICAL opposite Ashley Judd and Ray Liotta; CRAZY KIND OF LOVE co-starring Virginia Madsen and Zach Gilford; the supernatural thriller THE HAUNTING OF CONNECTICUT opposite Virginia Madsen and Elias Koteas; and Bill Guttentag’s KNIFE FIGHT co-starring Rob Lowe and Julie Bowen. The actress’ first leading role was in the 2008 film, SEX DRIVE, where she played spunky tomboy Felicia alongside Josh Zuckerman and Clark Duke.
Born and raised in Langley, British Columbia, Crew began her professional acting career in 2003 when she was cast as a series regular on the Canadian television series, 15/LOVE. In 2005, Amanda landed the female lead in the CTV hit series WHISTLER and soon after played supporting roles in the New Line film FINAL DESTINATION 3 and SHE’S THE MAN for DreamWorks. Amanda won the 2007 Leo Award for Best Lead Female in a Dramatic Series for her portrayal of “Carrie Miller” on WHISTLER.
In her spare time, Crew has a passion for photography and started a lifestyle blog, GRANNY GIRLS along with her friend Amber Borycki. The site contains DIY crafting tutorials, gift ideas and features on home décor, sewing, travel, recipes, cooking and more.← BackNext →