|Intro||American dancer and fitness instructor|
|Is||Stage actor Actor Musical theatre actor Dancer Casting director Film crew member|
|From||United States of America|
|Field||Dancing Film, TV, Stage & Radio Music|
|Birth||19 March 1982, Ohio, USA|
Amanda Kloots (born March 19, 1982) is an American television personality, dancer, and fitness instructor. Since 2021, she has been a co-host of the daytime talk show The Talk.
Kloots is the second youngest of five children. She attended GlenOak High School in Plain Township, Stark County, Ohio.
Kloots performed as part of the ensemble in several musicals on Broadway, including Good Vibrations, Follies, Young Frankenstein, and Bullets Over Broadway. She is a former member of the dance company the Rockettes.
In 2020, Kloots launched a digital fitness brand, which includes exercise videos taught by her. That same year, she served as a guest co-host on the CBS daytime talk show The Talk. Kloots joined The Talk as a permanent co-host in January 2021. She released a memoir, co-authored with her sister, titled Live Your Life, in June 2021.
In September 2021, Kloots was announced as one of the celebrities competing on season 30 of the competition series Dancing with the Stars ultimately placing 4th.
Kloots was married to actor David Larsen for six years. She was later married to actor Nick Cordero from 2017 until his death in 2020; the two met while working on Bullets Over Broadway. She received attention for documenting Cordero's struggle and eventual death from COVID-19-related complications on Instagram. The couple had a son in 2019. She lives in Los Angeles.
Kloots endorsed Joe Biden in the 2020 United States presidential election.
|2021||The Talk||Herself / Co-Host||Talk show|
|2021||Dancing with the Stars||Herself / Contestant||Season 30|
|2014||Bullets Over Broadway||Ensemble (credited as Amanda Kloots-Larsen)||St. James Theatre|