Amanda Markowitz is a Los Angeles native who comes from a big Jewish family and is the proud granddaughter of four Holocaust survivors. She grew up acting, but then made a shift and attended USC's Marshall School of Business, where she graduated magna cum laude and then...went back to acting. She is the lead in the feature film "The Voices" opposite Lin Shaye of the "Insidious" franchise, and she is also the lead in the award-winning feature film "Love Meet Hope," starring the late 7-time Emmy Award Winner, Ed Asner.

Her business degree did come in handy when she started her own production company in 2014, Three Tales Productions. She has since produced various award-winning feature films, short films, and music videos. She is now a proud member of the Producer's Guild of America and is in development and production on various projects.

In her personal life, Amanda is married to her lifelong friend and has two daughters, Hazel and Lily. They are her greatest accomplishments to date. Amanda's family owns and operates Factor's Famous Deli in Los Angeles, so she comes with a side of pastrami and matzo ball soup, although she won't be eating with you, since she's a 20-year vegetarian. A big animal lover, she volunteered with Perfect Pet Rescue for many years and has two rescue dogs, Goldie and Daisy.