AMANDA PEET (Cynthia Banek) can currently be seen in the popular WB series "Jack and Jill," as Jacqueline "Jack" Barrett, a small-town girl in love with David "Jill" Jillefsky (Ivan Sergei). She recently was seen opposite Jason Biggs, Jack Black and Steve Zahn in the comedy "Saving Silverman" directed by Dennis Dugan; and also appeared opposite Bruce Willis and Matthew Perry in "The Whole Nine Yards." Most recently, she completed Carl Franklin's "High Crimes," with Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd.
Her other films include "Isn't She Great," "Simply Irresistible," "Body Shots," "Whipped," "Take Down," "Jump," "Southie," "She's the One" and "One Fine Day." On television, she appeared in a recurring role in "Central Park West" and in guest shots on "Seinfeld," "The Single Guy," "Law & Order" and "Spin City."
A native of New York, Peet graduated from Columbia University with a degree in American history. She has studied acting under Uta Hagen, and currently, she resides in Los Angeles.
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