Amanda Salas

Amanda Salas

Entertainment Anchor/Reporter

Amanda Salas has been an Entertainment Reporter/Host/Anchor for over 15 years, currently as the Entertainment Anchor/Reporter on Good Day LA. She joined the FOX LA team in April of 2017, but you may have seen her on the nationally syndicated entertainment show, Hollywood Today Live, which also aired on FOX stations and My13 KCOP from 2014 - 2017.

Amanda's career has taken her all over the world; from set visits to sit-down interviews, film, and tv junkets to award season coverage. Amanda started her career in 2008 at the Orange County Register, and since then has done it all, including battling and beating cancer in 2019.

She is a board member for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, a film critic for The Critics Choice Association, a Television Academy member, and a proud dog mom of a rescue named January Bones. She also is a lover of puns, and calls herself a "Punsultant."  In 2021, Amanda became an International Pun Champion through The Punderdome competition.

Amanda is a Fox Entertainment All-Star, has been a Film and Television Correspondent for IMDb since 2017, and also has over 10 years of experience being an automotive host on television. Cars, stars, and so much more! 

The latest from Amanda Salas

In Depth: Cancer Survivor Month

Good Day LA's Amanda Salas hosts. Amanda shares her cancer battle and triumph. She also speaks with cancer survivor Tesha Ofelira and Milton Liu as well as mother and caregiver Vanessa Henriques. Then, Amanda is joined by a young filmmaker who is exploring her cancer battle through a short film.

A look inside Disney-inspired Thriftyland 101

If you enjoy all things, Disney, then you will love Thriftyland 101, a local thrift store that has blown up on social media for its one-of-a-kind, affordable and nostalgic items.

Is the 'tradwife' life for you?

Tradwives - short for traditional wives - channel the structure of a stereotypical 1950s household in which the husband goes to work while their wives stay home to cook, clean and care for the children. But those behind the trend say it's so much more.

Lights, camera, 'Every Day Action' to help the hungry

If you've been on a Hollywood set, you know how much food is available to the cast and crew. At the end of the day, the leftovers have gone in the trash. One local organization is putting an end to that, and they are putting all of the hot food in the hands of those who need it most.

Local Love for Cupid's Hot Dogs on TikTok Tuesday

Each week we feature a TikTok account that really stands out. Speaking of stands, there is a local hot dog stand that is just that - hot! Their videos went viral with their classic style.