|Born||Amanda Lee Aday
January 21, 1981
New York City, New York, U.S.
Amanda Lee Aday (born January 21, 1981) is an American actress. Born in New York City, Aday is best known for her recurring role as Dora Mae Dreifuss on the first season of the 2003-2005 HBO series Carnivàle.
Aday is the daughter of actor/musician Meat Loaf and Leslie Aday and sister of singer Pearl Aday. She attended Stagedoor Manor, a summer theatre/dance camp in the Catskill Mountains in New York, from 1990 through 1996, and then graduated from the prestigious Idyllwild Arts Academy in California. She then majored in theatre at the California Institute of the Arts. Amanda's film roles include Crazy In Alabama, The Mummy An' The Armadillo, South Dakota, & The Trials of Cate McCall. In addition to her work on Carnivàle, she has guest starred on the hit TV shows Boston Public, ER, Private Practice, and 'My Name Is Earl. She will appear in the upcoming films "The Shangri-La Suite" (as Gladys Presley, Elvis' mother) and "Madtown".
|1995||To Catch A Yeti|
|1999||Crazy In Alabama||Assistant at Bewitched|
|2000||Meat Loaf: To Hell and Back||Clerk|
|2002||Boston Public||Carrie Jenkins|
|2003||Carnivàle||Dora Mae Dreifuss||Guest star, episodes:
"After The Ball Is Over"
"Pick A Number"
|2004||The Mummy An' The Armadillo||Bevers|
|2006||National Lampoon's Pledge This!||Maxine Picker|
|2008||South Dakota: A Woman's Right To Choose||Jane|
|ER||Guest star, episode: "Let It Snow"|
|My Name Is Earl||Tammy||Guest star, episode: "Orphan Earl"|
|2009||Restoration Dogs||Lady Long Tongue|
|2011||Private Practice (TV series)||Patty||Guest star, episode: "God Bless The Child"|
|Rizzoli & Isles||Guest star, episode: "Gone Daddy Gone"|
|2013||The Trials of Cate McCall||Dorrie Booth|
|2014||The Shangi-La Suite||Gladys Presley (Elvis' Mother)|
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