Steve Cooper talks with actor Amanda Wyss. Amanda was discovered by an agent as a teen while starring in the play, The Bad Seed at a local LA theatre and then went on to work in many commercials and landed her first television role, recurring on Universal’s When the Whistle Blows as Dolph Sweet’s daughter. Some of her most memorable film performances were in Fast Times at Ridgemont High, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Better Off Dead, Silverado, and the award-winning Powwow Highway. She’s also worked extensively in television, with recurring roles on St. Elsewhere, Cagney & Lacey, Highlander, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Dexter. She is honored to lend her time and talent to environmental organizations, The Erudio Project, Technology for Peace and Project Happiness. Look for her in the soon to be released The Id and William Froste.