Reed teamed up with Staples and Do Something for their 3rd Annual School Supply Drive in the summer of 2011. She volunteers at animal shelters on her free time and she designed a limited edition collar and leash for Gilt to benefit Aspca. 22, 2014, she was honored with the ASPCA Compassion Award for her contributions to animal welfare.
Amy Paffrath is helping people find love in the craziest way possible!
The story is about a high school senior from the Chicago suburb.
She said that "mothers who were sneaking into the school at lunchtime to confront and harass her about the film" were the reason for her departure.
invited her to work on a script with her, when Reed said she was interested in acting.
The film starring Evan Rachel Wood was released in 2003 to positive reviews, gaining Reed some recognition in Hollywood as both a screenwriter and an actress.
Following this, Reed was invited to appear on The Ellen De Generes Show and serve as host on a number of award shows, including the Young Hollywood Awards (2003) and the Independent Spirit Awards Nomination Show, followed by the West Independent Spirits Awards, both in 2004. at the same time as later Twilight co-stars Cam Gigandet and Jackson Rathbone.
She has said she feels more versatile than her typecasting in roles of "sexy bad girls." She has sometimes been told by producers that she is too "sexy" for a particular part.
which is fronted by her Twilight costar, Jackson Rathbone.“#love #joy #happiness feeling like a kid with my love @drewseeley in #santa Monica #birthdaygirl #swings #july22,” Amy captioned on Instagram with a cute pic of her and Drew.Drew added, “Happy birthday to my incredible wife @amypaffrath you inspire me in so many ways. So blessed to have found you in this big crazy world.” Also pictured below are Amy’s younger sister, Brittany and actress Briana Evigan.is an American actress, screenwriter, singer-songwriter, and model known to the general public for her portrayal of vampire Rosalie Hale in The Twilight Saga (2008–2012).She became known in 2003, after the release of the film Thirteen, directed by Catherine Hardwicke, for which she was credited with Hardwicke as a co-writer of the screenplay, and in which she played a lead role.The screenplay was written by Bret Easton Ellis, the novelist who wrote The Rules of Attraction and American Psycho.