|Birth City||Manhattan Beach, California|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Relation With||Stephen Caffrey|
|Sibilings||Teris Wyss, Megan Wyss Serrao|
|Date of Birth||November 24,1960|
Amanda Louise Wyss is an American film and television actress. She is widely known for her role as Tina Gray, the first murder victim of Freddy Krueger, in the horror film A Nightmare on Elm Street and as Lisa in the comedy film Fast Times at Ridgemont High.
Wyss is currently 60 years old. She was born on November 24, 1960, in Manhattan Beach, California, USA. Talking about her height, she is 5 ft and 4 in (1.63 m) tall.
Amanda spent her early years in California with her parents and three siblings; two brothers and a sister, Megan Wyss Serrao. The 60-year-old attended Aviation High School in Redondo Beach, California.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Wyss has an estimated net worth of $600,000 as of 2021. She was discovered by an agent while playing the main character in a production of "The Bad Seed" at a local Los Angeles theater. It didn't take long for her to land work in commercials following which she was cast in a guest-starring role in the television science fiction hit Buck Rogers in the 25th Century in 1979.
The 60-year-old then appeared in a recurring role in the short-lived comedy series, When the Whistle Blows. Her breakthrough role came when she was cast as Tina Gray in the first installment of the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. Her character, albeit is killed during the first half, propelled her career to international fame. Wyss went on to reprise the role in Wes Craven's New Nightmare, Freddy vs. Jason, and Monster-in-Law.
She also had starring roles in the movies Silverado, Better Off Dead, and Powwow Highway in 1989. Amanda played the role of Randi McCarland in the television series Highlander from 1992 to 1993 and had recurring roles in the series St. Elsewhere and Cagney & Lacey. She has also guest-appeared in a number of television shows, including Cold Case and Judging Amy.
Wyss appears to be unmarried as of now. She has rarely discussed her love life in an interview and nothing much is known about her past relationships.
She might have tied the knot at some point in her life but since there is no mention of her husband and children in her official biography, we can't say anything for sure regarding her marital status.
As per The Data Lounge, Amanda has been in a relationship with her long-time partner Stephen Caffrey. Caffrey is a television, film, and stage actor who played Alex Seletz/Jonathan Baker in the crime drama series Murder, She Wrote.
Wyss took to Instagram to share a sweet picture of her kissing Caffrey in the cheek back in September 2019. In the caption, she wrote, "Missing this guy... Atlanta you’ve been swell but nothing’s like home sweet homie #StephenCaffrey #loveandonlylove #traveling #work #home"
The actress praised her long-time boyfriend in a post in October 2018, admitting she "had a little crush on him from his tv show #tourofduty and his film #longtimecompanion" and revealed that the two first met while working in the CBS drama series The Boys of Twilight in 1992.