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 film performances are in Fast Times at Ridgemont High, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Better Off Dead, Silverado, Hunter's Moon, Badland, Triggered, The Sandman, The Hatred and the award-winning Powwow Highway. She's also worked extensively in television, with roles on St. Elsewhere, Cagney & Lacey, Highlander, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Dexter, Major Crimes, Cold Case, The Division, Murder in the First, All Rise and The Resonator: Miskatonic U.
Known as Freddy Krueger's very first murder victim in A Nightmare on Elm Street, Amanda Wyss talks about horror crazed fans she meets at events, spirituality, and her favorite vice. She also raises the question: are Oreos vegan? Become one with your sarcasm and SUBSCRIBE wherever you listen to podcasts! Follow WWS on Instagram, Twitter or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our Patreon to become part of our sarcastic community.
You Dreamed About the Same Creep I Did: An Interview with Amanda Wyss
Elm Street Radio
The start of the A Nightmare on Elm Street phenomenon began with Amanda Wyss. In a homage Janet Leigh, Tina seemed to be the heroine, but was tragically the first on-screen victim of Freddy Krueger. Although gone too soon, Tina left a great impression with audiences and Amanda continues to dazzle with her acting today. In this episode, hosts Diandra and Paige talk with Amanda about female filmmakers, acting, inspiration, and more.
Creature Features FLASHBACK Episode 16: Amanda Wyss
Geeks of the Industry Ver 2.0
Continuing the A NIGHTMARE ON ELM ST. series of reviews and interviews, Chunky Larry has an in depth conversation with Amanda Wyss to discuss her journey into cinema, her approach to the art and her aspirations for her future
Amanda Wyss chats with Nicholas Vince (HELLRAISER, NIGHTBREED) about working on A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, SILVERADO, FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH and BETTER OFF DEAD. They talk about why her agents didn't want her to do a horror film, she and Wes Craven feeling vertigo during filming, why working on Silverado was such a special experience and so much more.
Where The Scary Things Are Episode 50: THE BIG 5-0 Double Feature: A Nun's Curse with Tommy Faircloth and Felissa Rose and NIghtmare On Elm Streets Amanda Wyss
Where The Scary Things Are
We are honored to bring you our first LIVE 50th Episode. Felissa Rose and Tommy Faircloth come to talk about their new film A Nun's Curse and Amanda Wyss comes on to talk about NIghtmare On Elm Street and Badland. We couldn't be happier talking Horror With these amazing guest. Keep It Scary My Friends! Support the show (https://linktr.ee/WTSTA666)