Reflecting on Nickelodeon star Amanda Bynes' path  

Amanda Bynes, once a beloved child performer, began her acting career at the age of seven and rose to popularity at 13.  

Her talent for comedy paved the path for her own comedy series, The Amanda Show, which ran on Nickelodeon from 1999 to 2002.  

Her revelation was recently mentioned in one episode of the documentary Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Children's Television.

The contentious documentary in issue investigated the effect of sexual predator producer Dan Schneider, who created the Bynes-led sketch series All That and The Amanda Show.  

In 2018, news surfaced about his alleged on-set temper issues from the 2000s, as well as his recorded propensity of posting photos of young actors' feet on X/Twitter.  

Former child performers Jeanette McCurdy and Alexa Nichols spoke out in 2022 against Schneider's use of "sexualized" sequences in children's television shows. 

Bynes made her feature film debut in 2002 with the comedy Big Fat Liar.  

She maintained her reputation through a string of hit romantic comedies, including What A Girl Wants and She's the Man.

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