But, why was she chosen for the role of Kristen Baxter on the ABC sitcom? Is it because she was more experienced? Or, because she’s just better at acting? Keep on reading this article to find out why the Grey’s Anatomy actress, Amanda Fuller replaced the star of Last Man Standing on season 2, Alexandra Krosney.
Amanda joined the cast of ABC sitcom Last Man Standing in 2012 by replacing Alexandra Krosney of season 1. But the reason you ask? The reason for the change happened just because the new director of the sitcom wanted a more dynamic family for the audiences.
As Amanda Fuller is 4 years elder than Alexandra, Fuller looks a bit mature than the Amanda. That may be the reason why she replaced the season 1 star. It has even been heard that the age gap presents the show the family dynamic. Even other members of the show were replaced for the same reason.
In some tabloids, it also stated the director of the show was changed in season 2 and he thought, “the age difference made it easy for the show to retool the family dynamic.” Tim Doyle was hired as a director in season 2 as Kevin Abbot had decided to direct his new show Malibu Country for ABC.
Before she came in as the leading actress for Last Man Standing, she had several roles in her bag. She had played in many film and TV series. Her most famous movies are Cheap Thrills, Children of Fortune, Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva LA Fiesta!
Her last movie was Starry Eyes in 2014 where she played the role of Tracy. In this movie, she played alongside Noah Segan, Fabianne Therese, Shane Coffey, and others.
As, we all know the start of her career was from the TV series, Tales of the City, she has played much more TV series since then. She has mostly known for her role as Dr. Morgan Peterson in the popular TV series Grey’s Anatomy. NCSI, Bones, CSI is her most famous TV series.
As we know that she is famous for her acting in Hollywood, we can only hope that she will rise more in her future.