Since her retirement from acting in 2010, Amanda Bynes has lead a hectic life. While she has tried to keep herself out of the limelight, there were several incidents (and a weird Twitter thing with Drake) that caused several fans of the former The Amanda Show namesake to raise great concern. But it appears that she is turning a new leaf, and Bynes is apparently looking to make a comeback. She was the feature of a new profile piece. In the cover for the new store, there were many fans who found themselves capturing their first glimpse of the star in ages, and she looks healthy and in control.

The Paper Magazine cover photo is the first time Amanda Bynes has found herself (intentionally) in front of a magazine cover in ages. And it hopefully showcases a new time for the former child actor, one that is hopefully a lot less intense and worrisome than the last few years were for the celebrity.

Amanda Bynes admitted that she was clean and sober last year, and the one-time major TV personality also claimed that she was looking to get back on television somewhere in the near future. Now, in a recent profile piece, Bynes showcases that renewed sense of self in her return to the media spotlight.

Amanda Bynes admitted that she was clean and sober last year, and the one-time major TV personality also claimed that she was looking to get back on television somewhere in the near future. Now, in a recent profile piece, Bynes showcases that renewed sense of self in her return to the media spotlight.

For years, it wasn't clear if Amanda Bynes was planning to make any return to the spotlight -- or if Hollywood would be willing to welcome her back with open arms. Her seemingly fragile mental state was also raising concern. She also did a few stints in rehabs and mental facilities. There were reportedly medical professionals who believed Bynes showcased schizophrenic tendencies along with signs of a severe mental illness.

But Ms. Bynes seems to be regaining control of her life. And the public can hopefully look forward to finally hearing more good news from Amanda Bynes instead of more colorful updates.

In addition to the aforementioned The Amanda Show, Amanda Bynes is well-known for a variety of popular appearances in film and television in the early '00s. On the big screen, Bynes notably appeared in Hairspray, She's the Man, What a Girl Wants and Big Fat Liar, to name a few. On television, Bynes is best known for her roles in All That, What I Like About You and The Drew Carey Show. She also provided her voice to Rugrats and Family Guy. At a young age, Bynes proved to be extremely accomplished in a variety of different mediums, but she wanted to take some time away from the media.

The last movie on Amanda Bynes' resume was the 2010 comedy Easy A, where she played the villainous supporting role opposite future Oscar winner Emma Stone. She claimed at the time that she was going to quit making movies, and Bynes has kept that promise in the eight years since that film was released. But it looks like we might be seeing her again soon, and if that's true, we'll be sure to keep you posted on all the details here at CinemaBlend.

 

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