The judge in California has released former actress Amanda Bynes from her nine-year conservatorship.

In 2013, while undergoing psychiatric care, the former child star was placed under legal guardianship, similar to that of Britney Spears.

Besides The Amanda Show and films like What a Girl Wants, She's the Man, and Easy A, Bynes suffered from drug and mental health issues.

Amanda was born on April 3, 1986, in Thousand Oaks, Calif. Lynn Organ, her mother, and Rick Bynes, her father, was a dentist.

From an early age, she began acting in local plays and got an agent by the age of seven, according to multiple outlets.

Bynes revealed in 1999, when she was just 12 on “The Howie Mandel Show,” that her dad signed her up at age 10 for’s comedy camp at The Laugh Factory.

The Amanda Show (1999 ‧ Sketch comedy) featured characters such as Penelope Taynt, Jude Trudy, Moody, and Crazy Courtney.

In 2002, Bynes appeared in the Frankie Muniz-led family comedy "Big Fat Liar." The film reportedly raked in more than $50 million worldwide.

Fresh off that film’s success, Bynes soon became a leading lady in romantic comedies like “What A Girl Wants” in 2003 and “She’s The Man” in ” in 2006.

She became one of Hollywood's most sought-after young actresses. With roles in box office movies such as "Hairspray," "Sydney White," and "Easy A".

After what seemed to be the peak of Bynes' career, she announced on Twitter in June 2010 that she would quit acting.