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AMANDA SEYFRIED (Eve) has established herself as one of Hollywood's most captivating young leading actresses.

Sayfried will next be seen starring in David Koeep's thriller You Should Have Left, alongside Kevin Bacon. Blumhouse will release the film later this year.

Seyfried can currently be seen starring in Paul Schrader's critically acclaimed film First Reformed opposite Ethan Hawke. The film first premiered at The Venice Film Festival and A24 released the film on May 18, 2018. The film has been included in this year's awards circuit, earning an Independent Spirit Award nomination and AFI's "Movie of the Year" Award.

In 2018, Seyfried reprised her role as Sophie in Ol Parker's film Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again. Universal released the sequel on July 20, 2018. The first film, directed by Phyllida Lloyd, was released in July 2008 and has grossed more than $600 million internationally.

Seyfried also appeared in Nash Edgerton's Gringo, alongside Charlize Theron, David Oyelowo and Joel Edgerton and in Andrew Niccol's film Anon opposite Clive Owen.

In 2017, Seyfried appeared in David Lynch's critically acclaimed Twin Peaks revival, which premiered on Showtime. She also starred alongside Shirley MacLaine in Mark Pellington's film The Last Word, which was released by Obscured Pictures.

In 2016, Seyfried starred alongside Aaron Paul and Russell Crowe in Gabriele Muccino's film Fathers and Daughters.

In 2015, Seyfried received critical praise for her theater debut in Neil LaBute's off-Broadway The Way We Get By. Produced by Leigh Silverman, Second Stage Theatre hosted the production in New York from April to June 2015.

Also in 2015, Seyfried starred in Seth MacFarlane's Ted 2, the sequel to the box hit film Ted, opposite Mark Walhberg for Universal Pictures, Noah Baumbach's film While We're Young opposite Naomi Watts and Ben Stiller, Love the Coopers and Pan.

In 2014, Seyfried starred in Seth MacFarlane's A Million Ways to Die in the West starring alongside MacFarlane and Charlize Theron.

In 2013, Seyfried lent her voice to 20th Century Fox's animated film Epic. Other voices in the film included Beyonce Knowles, Christoph Waltz and Colin Farrell. She also starred in Millennium/Radius Films' Lovelace, a drama directed by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman. The film tells the true story of Linda Lovelace, the world's first adult film star, who is abused by the industry and by her coercive husband, before fighting back and taking control of her life. Peter Sarsgaard and Sharon Stone also star in the film.

In 2012, she starred in Universal's film adaptation of Les Miserables, in which she plays Cosette, opposite Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman and Russel Crowe. Tom Hooper directed the film, which was released on December 25, 2012 and was nominated for a Golden Globe award. The film has grossed over $400 million internationally.

In 2011, Seyfried starred opposite Justin Timberlake in New Regency's sci-fi action thriller, In Time, from writer-director Andrew Niccol.

In 2010, Seyfried starred alongside Channing Tatum in the box office hit, Dear John, the adaptation of the Nicolas Sparks (The Notebook) bestseller. In the film, Seyfried plays a young woman who meets and falls in love with a soldier (Channing Tatum) while he's on leave. Lasse Hallstrom (The Cider House Rules, Chocolat) directed from a script by Jamie Linden. Dear John grossed more than $100 million worldwide and is the highest opening film to date for Sony Screen Gems. Also in 2010, Seyfried also starred in the Summit film, Letters to Juliet, in which she plays a young American who travels to Verona, Italy to answer letters people write to the fictional Juliet of Romeo and Juliet fame. The film is directed by Gary Winick (Bride Wars, 13 Going On 30) and also stars Vanessa Redgrave and Gael Garcia Bernal.

Also in 2010, Seyfried starred in Chloe, an Atom Egoyan-directed thriller where she shares the screen with Julianne Moore and Liam Neeson. Seyfried plays an escort hired by a successful doctor (Moore) to test her husband's fidelity.

In 2009, Seyfried starred in the Fox film Jennifer's Body. In the film written by Diablo Cody (Juno), Seyfried plays Needy, the best friend of Jennifer, (Megan Fox) a possessed cheerleader who begins killing boys in a small town. On the TV front, Seyfried received critical praise for her starring role in HBO's Golden Globe-nominated drama Big Love.

A Pennsylvania native, Seyfried started her career by modeling at the age of 11. She soon turned to acting and landed her first contract role in 2000 as Lucy Montgomery on As the World Turns. In 2002, All My Children signed her to the contract role of Joni Stafford. Her big break, though, was in 2004's Mean Girls, the Lorne Michaels/Tina Fey/Paramount where she co-starred with Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams. Together they won the Best On-Screen Team Award at the MTV Movie Awards.

In 2005, Seyfried starred in the Sundance Film Festival favorite Nine Lives. Written and directed by Rodrigo Garcia, the film also starred Sissy Spacek, Glenn Close, Holly Hunter, Robin Wright Penn and Dakota Fanning. In 2006, she appeared in Alpha Dog, directed by Nick Cassavetes, and starring Justin Timberlake, Sharon Stone, Emile Hirsy and Bruce Willis. She followed this with American Gun, starring Donald Sutherland, Forest Whitaker and Marcia Gay Harden.

Amanda Seyfried is an avid supporter of the non-profit organizations Best Friends Animal Society and I Am That Girl.

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