List of Saw Characters - Saw - Amanda Young

Amanda Young

  • Portrayed by Shawnee Smith (film) and Jen Taylor (game)
  • Appears in: Saw: Rebirth, Saw, Saw II, Saw III, Saw IV, Saw V, Saw VI, Saw 3D, Saw: The Video Game

Amanda is one of Jigsaw's earliest targets who managed to survive her 'game'. Believing she had changed from her self-harming ways, Jigsaw recruits her as his apprentice. Intended to carry on his legacy, she becomes disillusioned with Jigsaw's philosophy and begins to design inescapable traps intended to kill the victim even if they passed their test. In Saw III, Jigsaw had designed a test for Amanda that if she had proven herself to be appreciative and caring to Lynn, she would have passed her test. Although, when she fails the test she is ultimately killed by Jeff Denlon after he witnessed her shooting his wife, Lynn Denlon but she was also unaware that Jeff & Lynn were married. She appears through archive footage in Saw IV, Saw V and Saw 3D, and flashbacks in Saw VI.

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