‘The Dropout’ star Amanda Seyfried calls her ‘Mean Girls’ role the most iconic character type

Amanda Seyfried has caused quite a stir with her recent role in the Hulu miniseries The Dropout. But it’s not the first time the star has brought such a much-discussed character to the big screen. Seyfried’s breakthrough role as Karen Smith in 2004 mean girls put them on the map. Since then, the actor has been acting Mamma Mia! ‘s Sophie, Cosette in Les Misérables and Daphne tuned in Schoob! She was nominated for an Oscar after playing Marion Davies in the 2020s Man. In a recent interview, Seyfried looks back on her role as Karen and talks about her journey.

Amanda Seyfried’s role in 2004’s Mean Girls

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Amanda Seyfried at the New York premiere of ‘Mean Girls’ | Theo Wargo/WireImage

The cult classic mean girls came out in 2004 and saw Seyfried in the role of dizzying sidekick Karen. Written by Tina Fey and based on A Parent’s Guide to High School Popularity, mean girls offered a hilarious look at the challenges of modern high school that’s also chillingly accurate. In the film, Cady (Lindsay Lohan) moves from Africa (where she is homeschooled) to the wild world of American high school. Led by Regina George (Rachel McAdams), the Plastics are the most popular girls at school.

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