Amanda Fuller

Amanda Fuller (born August 27, 1984) is an American actress.[1] She is best known for being the second actress to portray Kristin Baxter on FOX's Last Man Standing.

Amanda Fuller
Born (1984-08-27) August 27, 1984 (age 36)
Years active1993–present
Spouse(s)Matthew Bryan Feld


Early careerEdit

In Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Fuller played Eve, one of the potential slayers who appeared in the final season. In 'Til There Was You, Fuller played the role of Debbie, a 13-year-old whose mature role was played by Jennifer Aniston. In Askari, she played opposite Oscar-winning actress Marlee Matlin.

Present careerEdit

Fuller's credits include cult indie film Red White & Blue[2][3] and Creature,[4] with appearances in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, NCIS, 7th Heaven, Judging Amy, Boston Public, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, 8 Simple Rules, The Division, Touched by an Angel, Malcolm in the Middle, The Practice, Without a Trace, L.A. Doctors and That 70s Show and a role in the graphic adventure game Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster. Fuller directed the Los Angeles production of the theatrical play This is our Youth written by Kenneth Lonergan starring Tyler Williams (of television’s Everybody Hates Chris). Fuller was a recurring guest star on the 2012 season of Grey's Anatomy on ABC.[5]

In 2012, Fuller joined the cast of the Tim Allen-starred ABC sitcom Last Man Standing, portraying the role of Kristin Baxter, replacing Alexandra Krosney who played the role in the first season.[6] She also portrayed Madison "Badison" Murphy in the final two seasons of Orange Is the New Black (2018–2019). When ABC cancelled Last Man Standing and FOX Network picked it up, she signed on to continue playing her role as Kristin Baxter in 2018. Fuller made her debut as a director on Last Man Standing in the season 8 episode "Garage Band".[7]

Personal lifeEdit

Amanda Fuller graduated from Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California in 2002. Fuller currently resides in Los Angeles, California.[8] Fuller is married to Matthew Bryan Feld. They announced in July 2019 that they were expecting their first child after battling with endometriosis her entire life.[9] In November, Fuller gave birth to a son.



Year Title Role Notes
1995 Deadly Whispers Crystal Acton TV Movie
1996 The Making of a Hollywood Madam Brittany TV Movie
1997 'Til There Was You Debbie, Age 13
Don King: Only in America Teen Girl #2 TV Movie
1998 Carson's Vertical Suburbia Racelle TV Movie
Real Story Mallory TV Movie
Whatever It Takes April
Safety Patrol Amanda Fuller, Girl in Hallway TV Movie
1999 The Incredible Genie Emily
2000 Children of Fortune Erica Passenger TV Movie
2001 Askari Emma Crawshay
Anatomy of a Hate Crime Kristen Price TV Movie
2003 The Failures Sally
2004 Death, Can I Buy You a Drink? Cricket King Short
2005 Conviction TV Movie
2006 Americanese Holly
2007 Primal Doubt Claire Harper TV Movie
Kush Sandra
2009 Mr. Sadman Anna
2010 Hopeless Michelle Short
Red White & Blue Erica
2011 Other People's Lives Alexis
Freerunner Dolores
Creature Beth
2012 Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva La Fiesta! Spa Employee Video
The Haun Solo Project: Addicted Sparkle Video short
2013 The Barista Audrey[10] Short
Cheap Thrills Audret
2014 Nanoblood Lisa Short
The Brittany Murphy Story Brittany Murphy
Starry Eyes Tracy
2016 Fashionista April
2018 All The Creatures Were Stirring Linda


Year Title Role Notes
1993 Tales of the City Lexy TV Mini-Series. Episode: Episode #1.4
1995 Charlie Grace Jordan Episode: Bring Me the Head of Darnell Sims
1997 The Tom Show Katie Episode: Bad Publicity
1998 L.A. Doctors Courtney Wilkes Episode: What About Bob?
Walker, Texas Ranger Katie Episode: Code of the West
Party of Five Hollie Episode: Naming Names
That '70s Show Tina Pinciotti Episode: Eric's Burger Job
1999 One World Megan Episode: Tough Love
Two of a Kind Courtney Collins Episode: Kevin Burke's Day Off
The Practice Julie Episode: A Day in the Life
2000 Malcolm in the Middle April Episode: Water Park
2001 Touched by an Angel Lucy Baker Episode: Bringer of Light
First Years Cami Episode: And Then You Die
2002 8 Simple Rules Lindsay Episode: Cheerleader
The Division Summer Landers Episode: Welcome Home
2003 Judging Amy Shannon Ellner Episode: Tricks of the Trade
Dragnet Emily Ambrose Episode: Daddy's Girl
Boston Public Marie Watson Episode: Chapter Sixty-Seven
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Eve Episode: Showtime
2004 NCIS Jen Shields Episode: Terminal Leave
7th Heaven Leanne Episode: Bad Boys, Bad Boys, Whatcha Gonna Do
Strong Medicine Tally Episode: Prophylactic Measures
Summerland Tracy Episode: Pilot
Without a Trace Jessica Raab / Rebecca / Angie Novell Episode: Risen
2005-2006 Threshold Karyn Reynolds Episodes: The Crossing & Pulse
2006 Bones Lori Mueller Episode: The Headless Witch in the Woods
Independent Lens Tisa TV Series documentary. Episode: My Life... Disoriented
CSI Cara Day Episode: Toe Tags
2007 Women's Murder Club Beth Williams Episode: Maybe Baby
Close to Home Sally O'Neil Episode: Making Amends
2009 Life Ann Earley Episodes: 5 Quarts & I Heart Mom
2010 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Emma Brooks Episode: Wet
2011 Rizzoli & Isles Nancy Lanford Episode: He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother
2012 Grey's Anatomy Dr. Morgan Peterson Episodes: Moment of Truth, The Lion Sleeps Tonight, One Step Too Far, If Only You Were Lonely & Have You Seen Me Lately?
Scandal Carly Weston Episode: Crash and Burn
2012–present Last Man Standing Kristin Baxter Main role (170 episodes), Director (1 episode)
2018–2019 Orange Is the New Black Madison "Badison" Murphy Recurring role, seasons 6-7

Video GamesEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster Gabrielle


  1. ^ Skinner, Craig (August 31, 2010). "Interview with Amanda Fuller - FrightFest 2010".
  2. ^ Harris, Brandon (October 6, 2010). "Simon Rumley "Red, White & Blue" Filmmaker Magazine Interview".
  3. ^ Lichman, John (March 16, 2010). "Red White & Blue': Love, Brutality, Duct Tape". The Wrap.
  4. ^ [1] "Creature" Film Review, Fangoria Magazine by Chris Alexander, September 9, 2011
  5. ^ [2] Archived September 16, 2014, at the Wayback Machine Amanda Fuller bio
  6. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (June 27, 2012). "TV Castings - Chicago Fire, Last Man Standing, Arrow". Retrieved August 10, 2012.
  7. ^ Schwartz, Ryan (April 8, 2020). "Last Man Standing's Amanda Fuller Tees Up Her Directorial Debut, Hints at Season 8 Finale Cliffhanger". TVline. Retrieved April 22, 2020.
  8. ^ [3] Official Facebook page
  9. ^ [4]
  10. ^ "Merry Xmas! Warm up with Rebekah McKendry's "BARISTA" for FREE!". FANGORIA®.

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