Amanda Schull is an American professional ballet dancer and actress. She attended Punahou School, the oldest private school in Hawaii, and trained at Hawaii State Ballet under the instruction of John Landovsky. As shown in her biographies, she attributes her training to Ballet Hawaii as well. After years of training she was offered a full scholarship to Indiana University, due to ballet. During Schull's sophomore year at Indiana University (as a ballet and journalism major) she attended the San Francisco Ballet School Summer Intensive. SFBS subsequently offered Schull a scholarship to continue her studies for an additional year. When Schull's year-long scholarship ended in 1999, San Francisco Ballet's artistic director offered her an apprenticeship which she accepted. Schull was cast in the starring role of Jody Sawyer in the 2000 movie Center Stage while still an apprentice with SFB. She subsequently joined SFB as a full-time member of its corps de ballet.
As of April 2006, Schull retired from San Francisco Ballet. In May 2008 she was reported to be in Australia, shooting the movie adaptation of Li Cunxin's Mao's Last Dancer.
In 2009, Schull had a guest star role on the Fox TV show, Lie to Me, season 1, episode 4.