Mandy Moore is a singer/songwriter and actress. Her seven albums have sold more than 10 million copies. She made her film debut with a small voice role in "Dr. Doolittle 2." Her first starring role came a year later, in "A Walk to Remember." In 2004, she had the lead role in the religious satire "Saved!" opposite "Christmas in Conway's" Mary-Louise Parker. In 2006, she appeared in Paul Weitz's acclaimed "American Dreamz." A year later, she starred opposite Billy Crudup and Tom Wilkinson in "Dedication" and Diane Keaton and Tom Everett Scott in "Because I Said So." In 2007, she starred with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and "Christmas in Conway's" Cheri Oteri in "Southland Tales," as well as opposite James Gandolfini, Kate Winslet, and Mary-Louise Parker in John Turturro's "Romance and Cigarettes." In 2010, Moore was the voice of Rapunzel in the Disney animated film "Tangled." Her song "I See the Light" earned its writers both Oscar and Golden Globe nominations. Moore's most recent feature is "Hotel Noir," opposite Carla Gugino and Kevin Connolly. On television, she's been seen on "Scrubs," "Entourage," and the season finale of "Grey's Anatomy."