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- Amanda Brown is an American novelist who wrote the book Legally Blonde which was the basis for the movie and musical of the same name.
- Amanda Brown: Amanda Leah Brown is an American singer-songwriter, dancer and actress from New York City. She was a contestant on the third season of NBC’s The Voice and finished in the top five on the show.
- Amanda Brown is a voice actress who worked on the properties of 4Kids Entertainment for a few years. She was most known for voicing Zoey Hanson in the English version of Mew Mew Power, which aired for a year, releasing 26 dubbed episodes. After that, it was canceled, and it doesn't appear they will air any more English versions of Mew Mew Power, which was originally called "Tokyo Mew Mew" before English dubbing.
- profession: Voice actor
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- Amanda Brown: Amanda Gabrielle Brown is an Australian composer, classically trained musician, singer and songwriter, renowned for her role as the violinist of the band The Go-Betweens and more recently a session musician and soundtrack composer.
- also known as Brown, Amanda; Amanda Gabrielle Brown
- born on (50 years ago)
- nationality: Australia
- profession: Film score composer, musician, singer, songwriter, composer
- member of musical groups:
- genre: Rock music
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- Amanda Brown is a musical artist.
- also known as L.A. Vampires
- profession: Musician, singer, music artist
- Amanda Brown is the mother of American Football player Martin Aiken.
- parent of Martin Aiken
- Amanda Brown is the wife of Peyton Hillis.
- Marriage with Peyton Hillis since
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The Mississippi Encyclopedia (2017)
by Ted Ownby, Charles Reagan Wilson, Ann J. Abadie, Odie Lindsey, James G. Thomas
Broussard Amanda Brown Luther Brown Mark Brown Trent Brown Julian Brunt Minor Ferris Buchanan Timothy R. Buckner Stephen ...
by Lynne Warren
Heather Blaha Anne Blecksmith Nancy Breslin Amanda Brown Leslie K. Brown Wolfgang Brueckle Catherine Burdick Katherine Bussard Matthew Butson R.M. Callender Michael Carlebach Justin Carville Peter Caws James Charnock Milan ...
by Colin Larkin
The successful use of violins and oboes led to the introduction of a fifth member, Amanda Brown (b. 17 November 1965, Australia; violin/oboe/guitar/keyboards), adding an extra dimension and smoother texture to the band's sound.
by Vincent Terrace
Amanda Brown (Zoe Drake); Sebastian Arcelus (Rex Owen); Rachel Lillis (Ursula); Darren Dunstain (Zander); David Wills (Dr. Spike Taylor).
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