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Amanda Young (Character)
from Saw (2004)

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Saw -- With a dead body laying between them, two men (Whannell and Elwes) wake up in the secure lair of a serial killer who's been nicknamed "Jigsaw" by the police because of his unusual calling card.

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Amanda Young is an apprentice of the Jigsaw killer from the Saw film series... See more »
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  1. Saw VI (2009) Played by Shawnee Smith (as Amanda)
    ... aka "Saw 6" - Japan (English title)
  2. Saw III (2006) Played by Shawnee Smith
  3. Saw II (2005) Played by Shawnee Smith
  4. Saw (2004) Played by Shawnee Smith (as Amanda)
  1. Saw (2009) (VG) Played by Jen Taylor (as Amanda)
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  1. Saw V (2008) Played by Shawnee Smith (as Amanda)
  2. Saw IV (2007) Played by Shawnee Smith

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From Saw II (2005)
Laura: X marks the spot.
[points to the wall]
Amanda: What?
Addison: [looking at a picture of Daniel next to Eric] What are you doing with him?
Daniel: You know him?
Addison: Yeah! He's the guy who put me away. He set me up!
Amanda: Tell me that's not your father.
Addison: [pause] I can't trust any of you.
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