The wild-eyed actress Amanda Peet started her career on commercials. She soon started acting on television and film with minor roles. In the beginning of the 2000s, she came to wider attention for her role in The Whole Nine Yards. With this she starred in other well-known films which includes Something’s Gotta Give, Syriana, and The X-Files: I Want to Believe, among others. She also became known for her role as Jordan McDeere on the TV series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. By 2010s, she became more active on the small screen. During this time she had recurring roles on Bent and The Good Wife. She also starred in the disaster movie 2012. After a brief stint on the TV show Togetherness, she landed the role of Jules on Brockmire. Her most recent work as a film actress was in 2015’s Sleeping with Other People.
There may be aging in her path, but the beautiful actress remains youthful. The mother of three has also managed to remain slender and well-toned in terms of her physique. How does Amanda achieve this? One of her health practices is staying in moderation. She does everything moderately. In an interview, she said: “To me, staying healthy means doing everything in moderation. Eat a lot of greens, but in moderation. Exercise, but in moderation. Drink wine, but in moderation. Sleep as much as you can. And have people around you who are very funny.”
She understands the physical and medical repercussions of eating or working out in excess. She also stated that being a mother motivates her to stay healthy. Talking of her first daughter at the time, she said: “I do feel like it’s important for her to have me be as healthy as I can be. So, you know, I don’t want her to have horrible eating habits. I don’t want her to never exercise. But obviously I’d much rather have her play a sport than have a gym membership before she’s 20. I mean there are kids in LA who go to the gym and they have a trainer. I’m like, Play a sport!”