Amanda Collin is a Danish Actress who was born in March 4, 1986 in Copenhagen, Denmark and also raised in there. She is best known for A Horrible Woman, Department Q: A Conspiracy of Faith and Splitting Up Together. She played Mother in the 2020 HBO Max series Raised by Wolves.
|Date of Birth||March 4, 1986|
|Age||37 years (as 2023)|
|Years active||Not Known|
|Net Worth||Not Known|
Amanda has established herself as a well-respected actress internationally in both drama and comedy. She has also manifested herself as a modern character actress with the rare combination of an intellectual funny bone. She has portrayed the Mother character in the series Raised By Wolves.
Mother is a main character in the television series Raised by Wolves. The character is a necromancer, a build of killer android used by the Mithraic during their war with the atheists. Mother’s core programming objective is to raise children on the new human planet, Kepler-22b, along with shaping them to not end up with the same fate that caused Earth to die out.
From 2015-16, Amanda was part of the Mungo Park Theatre ensemble. There she played in H.C. Andersen’s Fairytales (2015), Boys Don’t Cry (2016), and Hamlet (2016).
In 2017, Amanda played the role of the dominant Marie in the much debated feature film A Horrible Woman, about a modern relationship, as seen through the eyes of a man. In 2019, she appeared in Daniel Borgman’s Resin for which she was nominated for a Robert for best supporting actress. In 2020, she will star in The Exception by Jesper W. Nielsen, which is based on the best seller by Christian Jungersen.