Amanda Seales Biography
Amanda Seales (born as Amanda Ingrid Seales) is an actress, rapper, songwriter, podcaster, poet, comedian, presenter, singer, DJ, activist, and media personality from the United States of America. She was previously known as Amanda Diva because of her poetry performances. Tamera Mowry, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai, and Adrienne Bailon co-host The Real, a daytime talk program that Seales previously co-hosted.
Amanda was a member of the musical group Floetry before joining The Real. In the sphere of music, however, she now has a solo career. Amanda has been a part of shows like HBO’s sitcom Insecure since 2017.
How old is Amanda Seales? – Age
She was born on 1 July 1981 in Inglewood, California, United States. She is 41 years as of 2022.
Where did Amanda Seales go to school? – Education
In 1989, she relocated to Orlando, Florida, and went on to Dr. Phillips High School. She earned a bachelor’s degree from SUNY Purchase and a master’s degree from Columbia University in African-American studies with a focus on hip hop.
Amanda Seales – Family
At Daniel Freeman Hospital in Inglewood, California, Amanda was born to a black dad and a Caribbean mom from Mt. Moritz, Granada. Her mother’s origins grant her and her daughter dual citizenship in the United States and Grenada.
Amanda Seales Husband – Boyfriend (Is Amanda Seales Married?)
Amanda rarely discloses details about her dating life, making it impossible to determine whether or not she is in a relationship and with whom. Over the years, the public has made educated guesses, but there has been no confirmation or rejection. During a June 2019 interview with “The Breakfast Club,” Seales did give a small glimpse into her personal life. She said she was seeing someone she met at a museum.
Without revealing the person’s identity, she revealed a few specifics about her special someone, including that they are “hilarious,” and that it is a serious situation. She went on to say that she was in love with him.
During one of her appearances on The Real, Seales stated that she is open to the possibility of getting married in the future, but that marriage is not something she is actively pursuing. “She said,” she said “Marriage isn’t like that for me; it’s not like a goal. At the end of the day, I think it’s fine if it turns out that way. If not, we’ll just purchase a house together and have a ceremony that says, “Hey, we’re only doing us,” which has two meanings.”
Amanda Seales Instagram
Her Instagram account (@amandaseales) has 1.9 million followers.
What is Seales Salary?
Her salary is under review.
Seales Net Worth
Her net worth is predicted to be $3 million.
Amanda Seales Career
Amanda Seales The Real
Amanda co-hosted The Real, a nationally syndicated American chat show. Former co-hosts Jeannie, Tamera, Adrienne, and Loni all made cameo appearances as themselves. SallyAnn Salsano conceived the show.
During the sixth season of the show, Amanda became a permanent co-host in January 2020. However, when her contract expired, she declined to renew it and left the series in June 2020, citing her dissatisfaction with Telepictures’ unwillingness to publicly address social concerns, particularly those concerning race, as well as a shortage of minority executive staff.
Seales joined Marsha Ambrosius on tour in 2007, replacing Natalie Stewart of the musical duet Floetry, and published her first extended play (EP), Life Experience, in December of the same year. Q-Grammy-nominated Tip’s album The Renaissance featured her on the song “Manwomanboogie” in 2008. On March 3, 2009, Seales debuted Spandex, Rhymes, and Soul.
Amanda has obviously dabbled in a variety of disciplines, one of which being writing.
In 2019, she published her first book, Small Doses: Strong Truths for Everyday Use.
Small Doses, her weekly podcast, has the same name as the book.
It’s a collection of essays, axioms, original drawings, and photographs written in her characteristic “self-help from the hip” style of commentary.
Amanda Seales Movies And Tv Shows
- (2020) The Real
- (2020) Ellen’s Game of Games
- (2019–present) Bring the Funny
- (2019) I Be Knowin”
- (2018) Black-ish
- (2017) Hood Adjacent
- (2016–17) Greatest Ever
- (2016–present) Insecure
- (2016) Ladies Book Club
- (2016) Identical
- (2015–17) Get Your Life
- (2006) Freedom land
- (1994–95) My Brother and Me
- (1993) Cop and a Half