Amanda Booth, a self-described Army brat, was Miss February 2014. Born in Watertown, New York, on July 14, 1986, she moved a lot while growing up. Although her family was always on the go because her father served in the armed forces, they spent a lot of time in Pennsylvania near her grandparents. Amanda was happy to leave Pennsylvania’s cold, gray weather behind and move to sunny Southern California.
With long blonde curls and irresistible blue eyes, this multitalented model can go from approachable beach babe to a sleek fashion model in seconds flat. Naturally, Hollywood came calling. She has appeared in many TV commercials, played a model on The Bold and the Beautiful, guest-starred on Community and voiced the role of Shannon Perry in the popular video game L.A. Noire. She played a starlet in the TV movie, Cinnamon Girl: California Dreamin’, and her own California dreams have come true. “Living in Los Angeles is my dream,” Amanda said. “I’d love to do some movies, but I don’t care about the fame. As my grandfather would say, ‘I’d rather have tea and biscuits and be happy than have steak and potatoes and be miserable.’”
Amanda loves animals and hopes to one day own a pug farm, because, as you may have surmised, pugs are her favorite dogs.
“I love love,” she said. “Giving people love and making people feel love is the most powerful gift a human can give to anyone – an animal or another human being.”
What doesn’t Miss February 2014 go for? “Any gratuitous display of wealth. A secure man doesn’t need to talk about his things.” Her type has “clean hands and a sweaty body,” she told Playboy. “Oh, a good work ethic and tattoos help, too.”