Amanda Swisten

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Amanda Swisten
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Amanda Swisten, May 2005
Mary Bradley

(1978-12-20) December 20, 1978 (age 43)
Years active2003–2006

Amanda Swisten (born December 20, 1978) is a former American model and actress of Scandinavian/Slavic descent who has appeared in various films and TV shows.

Swisten was born in New York City, New York. Her first credited appearance was in the film American Wedding in 2003 while playing Fraulein Brandi. After which she appeared in films such as The Last Run (2004), The Girl Next Door (2004), and Freezer Burn (2005). She has had guest appearances on TV series such as I'm with Her, Two and a Half Men, Quintuplets, and Joey. She has also appeared in a music video for William Hung's She Bangs as the artist's "new girlfriend".

Early life[edit]

Swisten was born in Manhattan, but grew up in Connecticut.[1] For 14 years she lived in Connecticut. During this period she developed an interest in swimming, which would lead her to do it competitively.

At age 15, she moved to Charlottesville, Virginia. where she volunteered at a sexual assault center. During that time she was awarded a personal training certificate and an aerobic certificate. Academically she studied drama at the University of Virginia.

At 16, she was approached by a scout who offered her a chance to model in New York. She declined the offer, but continued to model during her spare time. Swisten also did an apprenticeship as a designer, and received a degree in interior design. She additionally possesses a license for interior design.



Year Title Role
2003 American Wedding Fraulein Brandi
2004 The Girl Next Door April
2004 The Last Run (2004 film) Sage
2005 Freezerburn Star Penumbra Gold the Talent


Year Title Role Notes
2004 I'm with Her (TV series) Actress Episode "The Heartbreak Kid"
2004 Two and a Half Men Darlene Episode "My Doctor Has a Cow Puppet"
2004 Quintuplets Joela Episode "Pilot"
2004 Joey (TV series) Miss Santa Fe Episode "Joey and the Roadtrip"
2004 Las Vegas (TV series) Rachel Episode "My Beautiful Launderette"


  1. ^ " - Official Modeling Website". 2002-02-06. Archived from the original on 2002-02-06. Retrieved 2021-02-06.

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