Amanda Bynes has changed a lot since she first rose to fame as a cast member on Nickelodeon's All That. In honor of her 28th birthday, look back at her evolution from child actress to troubled starlet to fashion school student
She's The Man
In the 2006 movie, Bynes' character dressed up as a boy so she could play soccer. "I enjoy doing things that are scary or things that some girls might not like because it won't let them look gorgeous," the actress told CosmoGirl! magazine. "Every day they'd pin my hair back and I'd have no makeup. That's when you start relying more on your sense of humor." She's the Man, costarring Channing Tatum, grossed more than $57 million worldwide.