The most well-known aspect of American actress, comedian, and disc jockey Amanda Seales’ career is her portrayal as “VJ Amanda Diva” on MTV2. She was given the role of Tiffany DuBois in the HBO comedy Insecure in 2016. The multi-talented celebrity is a host on The Real, a well-liked daytime talk program, in addition to Insecure.
She made her acting debut as Deonne in the 1994 Nickelodeon sitcom My Brother and Me, which has since become a cult classic. Amanda serves as the CEO of the production company DivaWorks Inc., through which she performs and creates clever comedic material for stage and television.
She actively works to combat racial discrimination, empower young women, and is the social media ambassador for Grenada.
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- Full Name: Amanda Seales
- Nickname: Amanda Diva
- Occupation: Comedian,Actress,Disc jockey,Rapper,Singer
- Religion: Christianity
- Nationality: American
- Date of Birth: July 1, 1981
- Birth Place: Inglewood, CA
- Zodiac Sign: Cancer
- Parents Name: Annette Seales (Mother)
- Spouse/ Boyfriend: Vonnie
- Instagram: @amandaseales
- Height: 5′6″ inches
- Weight: 61 kg
- Eye Color: Black
- Hair Color: Dark Brown
- Bra Size: 32C
- Shoe size: 2
- Body Figure: Hourglass
- Body measurements: Not Available
What ethnicity is Amanda Seales?
Her mother was born and raised in Mt. Moritz, Grenada. Her father is African-American. As a result, both she and her mother are dual citizens of the US and Grenada.
How did Amanda get famous?
Her career began on the now cult-famous Nickelodeon sitcom, My Brother and Me (1994) as Deonne, then she became widely known as MTV's Amanda Diva, the face of hip-hop on Sucker Free Sundays.
What is Amanda Seales mixed with?
Although she self-identifies as black and is falsely labeled black by the US media, she is not. (Mixed Race) is who she is. She is half East Indian. She was 50% 'CREATED' and 'PRODUCED' by the egg, womb, and embryo of an East Indian woman.
Is Amanda Seales a Delta?
Tiffany, played by Amanda Seales, is a Stanford University alumna and an Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority member.