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VIDEO: Amanda Seyfried Recalls Awful 'Annie' Audition on JON STEWART


Amanda Seyfried recently appeared on THE DAILY SHOW WITH JON STEWART to discuss her new film, "While We're Young", and recalled an awful audition in Philadelphia that led her to learn how to sing.

"I auditioned for ANNIE on Broadway and so I started taking voice lessons to get the 'Tomorrow' right and the audition was awful, and I didn't get it." Watch the clip below!

Seyfried will co-star in the upcoming TED 2, the sequel to Universal Pictures' hit film with Mark Wahlbergand Seth MacFarlane, which will be released in theaters on June 26, 2015. She also appears in NOAH Baumbach's upcoming independent feature, While We're Young, with Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts and Adam Driver, opening on March 27, 2015. This summer she will also appear in Joe Wright's Pan for Warner Bros, an origin story of Peter Pan with Hugh Jackman. She recently filmed the lead role in the independent feature, Fathers and Daughters, with Russell Crowe and Aaron Paul. She appeared in the Universal comedy, A Million Ways To Die in the West, opposite Seth MacFarlane and Charlize Theron, and also voiced the lead in Twentieth Century Fox's animated Epic. She starred as Linda LOVELACE in the Radius TWC's biopic, Lovelace, which premiered at Sundance and for which she received rave reviews.

Amanda has appeared as Cosette in the film adaptation of Les Miserables and previously appeared in Mamma Mia! with Meryl Streep. Other film credits include Mean Girls; Diablo Cody's horror comedy, Jennifer's Body, with Megan Fox; the thriller Chloe opposite Julianne Moore and Liam Neeson; Nicholas Sparks' Dear John withChanning Tatum; and the romantic dramedy Letters to Juliet with Vanessa Redgrave. Her television career took off on HBO's critically acclaim "Big Love" with Bill Paxton, Chloe Sevigny and Ginnifer Goodwin, as well as a memorable turn in cult favorite "Veronica Mars" as the series' catalyst.

Seyfriend will make her off- Broadway debut opposite Thomas Sadoski in the upcoming world premiere production of NEIL LaBUTE's drama, THE WAY WE GET BY. Directed by Tony nominee LEIGH SILVERMAN, the production will begin previews on April 28, 2015 and officially open on May 20, 2015 at Second Stage Theatre, 305 West 43rd Street.

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