Became known as the the "National Anthem Girl of Orlando" after she sang the national anthem for the major sports teams and for Chris Evert's Pro-Celebrity Tennis Tournament.
Discovered while working in a recording studio, singing a theme song for a TV show.
Has performed at the White House.
Did the voice-over for "Ducky" from Land Before Time at Universal Studios, California.
Enjoys: Shopping, singing and dancing, playing lacrosse, "chillin" with friends, surfing the net.
Take a Look at new album Amanda Leigh
Amanda Leigh is the sixth studio album by American singer and songwriter Mandy Moore, released on May 26, 2009. Amanda Leigh is Moore's first and middle name, respectively.
In October 2008, Moore posted on her website blog live videos of three new songs she's been working on, along with singer-songwritter, pianist and guitarist Mike Viola. It was at first expected to a be a duo album between the two, but then in January 2009, it was revealed it would be a solo album with a collaboration with him, slated for release in May 2009.
Recording sessions for the album took place around December 2008 in Boston, Massachusetts. A video of the experience was posted on the website for Gain, the laundry soap. It can be viewed in their 'First Sniff' section of their website which Mandy has used as a promotional platform for the release of the album. Click Here
Mandy Moore: Run for Cover
Christina Aguilera discovered sex. Jessica Simpson became the new Lucille Ball. And Britney tried to fit into Madonna’s pointy bustier.
Mandy Moore, the Florida teen who scored her first hit “Candy” when she was 15, has tried something completely different. Taking a cue from classy interpreters like her heroine Bette Midler, she’s recorded Coverage, an album of other people’s songs. But while Moore looks to material made famous before she was born, this mix of album tracks and ’80s college rock faves is a surprisingly fresh... More
Mandy’s a Class Act, Forever Moore
It's Mandy Moore's fifth or sixth trip to Australia in as many years, and despite a jam-packed schedule, she is still thrilled to be down under again. "It's always nice to come back here," she says, excitedly. "I honestly have no qualms with it. I really like coming back."
The radiant 20-year-old is in town to promote Saved!, a black comedy/teenage satire that was consistently deemed one of the smarter teen-oriented pictures during its limited theatrical run in the United States earlier this year. In the film, which also stars Jena Malone, Patrick Fugit, Macaulay Culkin, and a bevy of other young talents, Moore plays the super religious, but insular Hilary Faye. More
Mandy Moore Talks Because I Said So
The movie as about a meddling mother tries to set her daughter up with the right man so her kid won't follow in her footsteps.
The actress talks about working with Diane Keaton and about her new album. Click Here
Mandy in Brief
Born Amanda Leigh Moore, 10 April 1984, Nashua, New Hampshire, but raised in Orlando, Florida, USA.
One of the big success stories of the US pop charts in 1999, Mandy Moore rose to prominence after touring dates with 'N Sync and the Backstreet Boys.
Her debut single, "Candy", sold half a million copies, many of the sales attributable to a promotional website that registered over 100,000 "hits" a day at its peak.
Moore had wanted to be a performer from the age of six, when she sang the hits of the day. By the time she attended a summer musical camp aged nine she was even more convinced about her career prospects:
"My parents thought it was just a phase I"d grow out of, but I stuck to it and begged them for acting and voice lessons. More
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