Who is Amanda Scott?
Amanda Scott is an American PR professional and a reality TV personality from Inglewood who is set to appear in the upcoming TV series, Sweet Life: Los Angeles’ on HBO Max. Sweet Life: Los Angeles Season 2 will debut on HBO Max on August 4, and it has been confirmed by the streaming platform.
Amanda Scott Boyfriend
Scott is currently single and straight. She likes to keep her private life from the public. The PR professional does not share her love information and dating experiences. Nonetheless, updates on this segment will be out soon.
Amanda Scott Education
After completing his high school level at El Segundo High School, Amanda went ahead and attained her Bachelor of Arts from Howard University with the highest distinction.
Amanda Scott’s Parents, Siblings
She spent most of her childhood and teen years with her supportive parents in Inglewood, California. Amanda is the daughter of Darvin Scott and her wife Mrs. Scott. Her dad is the owner of Gladiator Entertainment Trailers-Ultimate Outdoor Experience. She has two sisters as per her Facebook accounts.
Amanda Scott Height and Weight
Scott has an estimated height of 5 feet 6 inches and weighs around 60 kg.
Amanda Scott Nationality/Ethnicity
Scott is an African-American by birth and holds black ethnicity.
Amanda Scott Wikipedia
She was born in Inglewood, California. Amanda is a PR professional currently serving in financial services, but she’s laying the foundation to commence her own public relations company, which would offer her more space to spread the word about business, Black culture, and entrepreneurship in South Los Angeles. An entrepreneur and a real estate investor in her own right, Amanda has a vision to “Buy Black the Block,” setting a private goal of buying back 100 properties in Black communities.
Amanda Scott The Sweet Life: Los Angeles
Scott is one of the contestants in the upcoming TV series Sweet Life: Los Angeles’ on HBO Max. The show focuses on a close group of African-American friends in their 20s, as they live their lives in South Los Angeles striving for “Black excellence”. The group is supportive of each and everyone and their goals of chasing their dreams connect them.
The show, titled after the Frank Ocean song Sweet Life, gives audiences an insight into a group of young, Black, ambitious friends chasing their dreams in South Los Angeles.