Amanda Bynes Done With Acting
Amanda Bynes announced on Saturday via her Twitter account that she is retiring from acting at the tender age of 24. The actress tweeted that she is no longer interested in acting and therefore will no longer pursue her career in Hollywood.
Bynes tweeted over the weekend that her personal philosophy leads her to not continue down roads she is not interested in. The young actress said that she no longer enjoys acting and that it is not all it is cracked up to be, so she will no longer pursue acting. Bynes admitted that 24 is a young age to retire, but insists that she is serious nonetheless.
Bynes burst onto the acting scene on Nickelodeon’s “All That” and even earned her own show on the network, “The Amanda Show.” She went on to star on the WB show “What I like About You” and feature films such as “She’s The Man” and “Hairspray.” Assuming Bynes is serious; her last acting appearance will be in the fall comedy “Easy A” which is due out on September 17.