Welcome to Simply Mandy Moore - a comprehensive website dedicated to actress, singer and songwriter Mandy Moore. Mandy is currently starring on the hit television show This Is Us as Rebecca, but you may known her for her work in movies such as Tangled (where she voiced Rapunzel), or A Walk To Remember. Mandy has also had a successful singing career and released several albums, the latest of which will be in stores in 2020. This comprehensive website aims to give Mandy fans the latest news, photos and more related to the talented performer and her varied career. Thank you for your visit and please bookmark www.mandy-moore.org.
PEOPLE.COM: With mask mandates lifting for the fully vaccinated and travel resuming, life amid the COVID-19 pandemic is shifting for many, and Mandy Moore is welcoming the change with a fresh new look.
The singer and actress went back to her roots (she’s a natural blonde!), by debuting her lighter, blonder strands exclusively with PEOPLE.
“I’ve been longing for some much needed change,” says the new mom, who welcomed son August Harrison with husband Taylor Goldsmith on Feb. 20. “It really felt like now was the perfect time to do something different, with the world seemingly opening back up again… normal feels like it’s really right around the corner.”
But she didn’t let go of every quarantine habit just yet. The star actually dyed her own blonde locks herself with a little help from her favorite Garnier Nutrisse hair products and tips from her trusted celebrity hairstylist Nikki Lee.
“I used the virtual shade selector on Garnier’s website to take this quick questionnaire and figure out what color was going to be best for me, because I knew that I wanted to keep it more in the darker, natural blonde shade range,” she explains. “I was able to find the exact color match that felt like the right move for me: number 70. I was starting with a bit of a darker base this go around, so I was careful not to go too light because I didn’t want it to turn brassy. That was a big concern for me.”
Once she found her shade, the star consulted with Lee, who suggested she buy two boxes of Garnier Nutrisee Nourishing Hair Color Almond Crème ($7.92; walmart.com) to avoid running out of product halfway through the coloring process.
Moore then followed the directions on the back of the package, working the mixture from roots to tips until her hair was fully saturated. She let the dye sit for the full 30 minutes to lift her brunette base. “That was something Nikki helped me assess as well,” she says of the processing time.
“I shampooed with Garnier’s new Fructis Plumping Treat + Watermelon Extract Shampoo and Conditioner ($8 each at drugstores). My hair feels so much softer now. You wouldn’t even notice I just colored it,” the Because I Said So actress — who is also using Garnier Nutrisse Color Reviver in Cool Blonde ($7.62; walmart.com) to maintain her hue — shares. “It’s buoyant and bouncy and glossy and shiny and all the things I wanted.”
Moore’s not only ushering in change in her everyday life, but her professional career as well.
Last week, This Is Us creator Dan Fogelman confirmed the beloved NBC drama will end with season 6 in 2022. (The Emmy winner teases she’ll wear a wig for the final season because she’s “really excited” to keep this hair color for as long as she can.)
“With this new chapter of my life, it just felt like the right time for a hair change,” the star, who describes her blonde hue as “bright” and summer sunshine-inspired says. “The color feels indicative of how exciting and hopeful people are.”
Reflecting on her style and beauty evolution over the course of her two-decade career, Moore says, “I’ve always found that I’ve enjoyed being a bit of a chameleon.”
“That’s the fun part that I have found in my sort of personal journey as a woman. I love being able to express myself through fashion and different hair colors and hairstyles. It’s just so thrilling to be able to lean into whatever change feels right at any given time.”
DAILYMAIL.COM: She’s just given birth to her first child with husband Taylor Goldsmith and on Wednesday, Mandy Moore shared more news about her baby boy with her fans via Instagram.
She shared a sweet snap of the infant sleeping under a grey blanket emblazoned with his name August sewn out of pieces of different cloth.
On Tuesday, the This Is Us star had introduced August Harrison to the world.
Gus is here,’ Mandy shared. ‘We were prepared to fall in love in all sorts of brand new ways, but it goes beyond anything we could have ever imagined.’
And in her latest post, she explained the meaning behind the couple’s choice of name as well as the sweet history of the baby’s blanket.
The This Is Us star, 36, wrote: ‘It was last August when @taylordawesgoldsmith and I found out we were having a boy (it’s also Taylor’s birth month) and we always loved the name… so it was settled very early on in our book.
She went on: ‘Then for our anniversary in November, T gifted me with this blanket with the “A” (for Amanda) made from extra material from my wedding dress and “T” (for Taylor) from his wedding shirt. Felt like a very fitting amalgamation of our whole story.
‘I can’t wait to pass this on to our sweet August one day,’ she said.
Mandy and Taylor tied the knot in November 2018 after three years together.
APNEWS.COM: Mandy Moore is officially a mom. The 36-year-old “This Is Us” star announced the birth of her first child, a son named August Harrison Goldsmith, on her Instagram Tuesday.
“Gus is here,” Moore wrote in the post along with a photo. “He was punctual and arrived right on his due date much to the delight of his parents.”
She added that they were prepared to, “Fall in love in all sorts of brand new ways, but it goes beyond anything we could have ever imagined.”
This is the first child for Moore and husband Taylor Goldsmith, a musician she married in 2018.
METRO.CO.UK:Actress Mandy Moore has revealed she is pregnant with her first child.
The This Is Us star and her husband Taylor Goldsmith shared the happy news with fans on Thursday in a short but sweet post. Sharing black and white images of the pair cradling her bump, Mandy wrote: ‘Baby Boy Goldsmith coming early 2021.’
The couple tied the knot in 2018 after two years of dating and fans were delighted to hear that they were expanding their family.
One wrote: ‘You’ll be an amazing mother! Congrats!’ While another commented: ‘Best news!!!! Congratulations to the both of you!!!!’
And one fan added: ‘CONGRATS MAND!!!! I’m sure you and Taylor will be fantastic parents, and these past 4 years playing a mom will probably come in handy now haha.’
Considering the actress plays one of TV’s most famous moms, we’re bet she’s excited to take on the role in real life.
The actress plays matriarch Rebecca Pearson on the NBC hit series and previously admitted to E! News: ‘I feel a kinship with her. I was most concerned about was feeling maternal, not having children myself. ‘But being part of a project like this definitely makes my ovaries start kicking. I want kids sooner than later.
DEADLINE.COM: Good news for This Is Us fans — the hit family drama will be back sooner than expected. The fifth season of the NBC show will launch with a two-hour premiere on Oct. 27, the Tuesday before the Presidential election. A fall premiere date announcement by NBC three weeks ago had This Is Us set for a two-hour season debut on Nov. 10, the Tuesday after the Nov. 3 election.
As Deadline reported last week, This Is Us is expected to start production on its fifth season today (September 24).
The series stars Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz, Justin Hartley, Chris Sullivan and Susan Kelechi Watson. Dan Fogelman, Isaac Aptaker, Elizabeth Berger, John Requa, Glenn Ficarra, Ken Olin, Charlie Gogolak and Jess Rosenthal executive produce the series, produced by 20th Television.
This Is Us is coming off a second Emmy award for Ron Cephas Jones who won in the guest star in a drama series category last week for his role as William Hill.
For the 2019-20 season, This Is Us ranked as television’s #1 drama in the adult 18-49 demo for a fourth season in a row, averaging a 2.9 rating in adults 18-49 and 11.5 million viewers overall in Live+7.
VARIETY.COM: Palm Springs Intl. ShortFest has announced a slate of 332 films in its official selection that will be eligible for jury award consideration, including “I Lost My Mother’s Ashes,” starring Mandy Moore; Kevin Dunn in “Josiah”; and Maya Rudolph, Jay Ellis and LaRoyce Hawkins in “Thirsty.”
ShortFest will screen a portion of the selected films beginning June 16 and will be available to stream on its website for free through June 22.
“We’re proud to share all the work filmmakers have put into making their films and all of the work our staff has put into making ShortFest happen,” said artistic director Lili Rodriguez. “No one ever imagines launching a film festival during a pandemic, let alone launching one during such politically charged and urgent times. We remain firm believers that movies are empathy machines and stay committed to sharing cinema from different parts of the world, from different and diverse perspectives.”
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Mandy’s film can be found on the festival website. The film is 13 minutes long and the synopsis reads: “The day before her mother’s memorial, Caroline realizes she has lost her mother’s ashes. With no time left and fear of causing her sister Josephine further grief, Caroline must decide what to do.”
How is it ten years since Mandy appeared in Grey’s Anatomy? She played Mary Portman in the season 6 two-part finale and returned in season 7 to wrap up her character’s storyline. The season 6 episodes aired in May 2010 and her season 7 episode aired in October.
More than 450 pictures of Mandy Moore at public appearances between September and December last year have been added to the gallery.
Stills and Screencaptures from the lastest episodes of season 4 of This Is Us are now in the gallery.
4×16: New York, New York, New York
4×17: After The Fire
4×18: Strangers: Part Two (Season Finale)
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Television Productions > This Is Us > Season 4 > Episode Stills > 4×16: New York, New York, New York
Television Productions > This Is Us > Season 4 > Episode Stills > 4×18: Strangers: Part Two
Television Productions > This Is Us > Season 4 > Episode Screencaptures > 4×16: New York, New York, New York
Television Productions > This Is Us > Season 4 > Episode Screencaptures > 4×17: After The Fire
Television Productions > This Is Us > Season 4 > Episode Screencaptures > 4×18: Strangers: Part Two