Mandy Moore

Amanda Leigh Moore

Also known as Amanda Moore, M. Moore, Mandy, Moore
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.mandymoore.com, http://www.myspace.com/mandymoore

Discography of Mandy Moore:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 I Wanna Be With You (The Soul Solution Remixes) 3 Audio 2000
2 Candy 4 Audio 1999
3 In My Pocket (Remixes) 12 Audio 2001 Epic
4 Mandy Moore 14 Audio 2001 Epic
5 I Wanna Be With You 15 Audio 2000
6 Candy 5 Audio 1999 550 Music
7 Candy 3 Audio 2000-00-00
8 Candy (Rhythm Masters Mixes) 2 Audio 2000 Epic
9 Coverage (Deluxe Edition) 14 Audio 2003 Epic
10 I Wanna Be With You 15 Audio 2000-05-09 550 Music
11 So Real 15 Audio 1999-12-07
12 The Best Of Mandy Moore 26 Audio 2004-11-16 Epic
13 Coverage 12 Audio 2003 Epic
14 I Wanna Be With You 3 Audio 2000
15 In My Pocket (Remixes) 4 Audio 2001 Epic
16 In My Pocket 6 Audio 2001 Epic
17 Wild Hope 12 Audio 2007-06-19 Firm Music (2)
18 In My Pocket 4 Audio 2001 Epic
19 Crush 4 Audio 2001 Epic
20 Candy (Remixes) 9 Audio 1999 Epic
21 I Wanna Be With You 4 Audio 2000 Epic
22 I Wanna Be With You 2 Audio 2000-00-00
23 Wild Hope (Target Edition) 14 Audio 2007-06-19 Firm Music (2)
24 Candy 3 Audio 2000 Epic
25 I Wanna Be With You 3 Audio 2000-08-07 Epic
26 Extraordinary 3 Audio 2007 Firm Music (2)
27 Candy 4 Audio 2000 Epic
28 Amanda Leigh 11 Audio 2009-05-26
29 Cry 2 Audio 2001 Epic
30 Candy 2 Audio 1999
31 Walk Me Home 2 Audio 1999 550 Music
32 Walk Me Home 2 Audio 2000 550 Music
33 I Wanna Be With You 3 Audio 2000 Epic
34 C'est Si Facile 2 Audio 2000 Epic
35 The Best Of Mandy Moore 26 Audio 2004-11-16 Epic
36 Coverage 12 Audio 2003 Epic
37 In My Pocket 3 Audio 2001 Epic
38 Amanda Leigh 12 Audio 2010
39 In My Pocket 3 Audio 2001 Epic
40 I Wanna Be With You 3 Audio 2000 Epic
41 I Wanna Be With You 4 Audio 2000
42 Mandy Moore 13 Audio 2001 Epic
43 Crush 4 Audio 2001 Epic
44 Coverage 14 Audio 2003-11-19 Epic
45 I Wanna Be With You 3 Audio 2000-08-07 Epic
46 Amanda Leigh 11 Audio 2009-05-26 Storefront Recordings
47 Candy 4 Audio 2000-05-01 Epic
48 Mandy Moore 15 Audio 2001-07-04 Epic
49 Candy 3 Audio 1999 Epic
50 I Wanna Be With You (The Soul Solution Remixes) 3 Audio 2000 Sony Music


Mandy Moore is an American pop singer and actress Born April 10, 1984. She grew up in Florida and came to fame as a teenager in the early 2000s, after the release of her teen-oriented pop albums So Real, I Wanna Be with You, Mandy Moore, and Coverage. Mandy has branched out into a film career, starring in 2002's popular teen film A Walk to Remember and later appearing in the lead roles of less well-received movies also aimed at teenage audiences. Two of her later films, American Dreamz and Saved!, were satires in which Mandy portrayed darker characters than in her previous roles. In 2006, Mandy guest-starred in two episodes of Scrubs. The same year, she lent her voice to The Simpsons, playing Tabitha Vixx in an episode which aired in May. Mandy has appeared on the cover of Cosmopolitan in May 2006 and has expressed dissatisfaction with the cover's "racy" headlines.

Mandy's favorite musicians are Elton John, Switchfoot and Bette Midler. Midler is also Mandy's favorite actress, and her film Beaches was Mandy's favorite film when she was a teenager. Mandy also enjoys Annie Hall and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, and has described herself as a "glass-half-full kind of person". She lives in Hollywood Hills with her brother, Kyle. Mandy considers herself spiritual, and has said that she does not think of herself as distinctly Catholic nor Christian. In early 2007, Mandy stated that during the previous year, she had undergone a "really crazy time" in her life, asking herself "life-altering questions". Mandy does not know how to cook in the kitchen, but has set a goal for herself to take cooking classes.

Due to low sales for Coverage, Sony's Epic Records dropped Mandy. Mandy had signed to Sire Records after her contract with Epic Records ended, but left the company in May 2006. She signed with a new EMI Music-owned record company, The Firm, in July that year, describing her new contract as "especially exciting", and adding that she left Sire Records because she did not want to "follow the mainstream", but rather have "complete control and freedom" over her work.

Married [a=Ryan Adams] on 10 March 2009 in Savannah, Georgia.


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