March 22, 2023

Who is Paul Michael? Amanda Bynes Ex-Fiance; Bio, Wiki, Age, Engagement, Break Up, Family, Work, Net Worth, Instagram

Paul Michael Bio, Wiki

Paul Michael who was previously engaged to Amanda Bynes, a former actress, best known for her work in television and film throughout the 1990s and 2000s, has reportedly called off the engagement of just three weeks, spanning from February to early March 2020.

Paul Michael Age

Michael is in his 20s and is still in school, according to The Blast. His fiancee, on the other hand, was born on April 3rd, 1986 in Thousand Oaks, California and is currently 33 years old.

Paul Michael Family

Michael lives in the San Fernando Valley area with his family and has connections to the entertainment world, as his brother reportedly appeared in a reality show about cars. His father is a “prominent doctor” in Los Angeles.

Paul Michael & Amanda Bynes – How the two Meet and Their Engagement & Break Up

Bynes reportedly met Michael while in rehab. Bynes surprised her fans on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14th, 2020 by announcing their engagement on Instagram and shared a picture of Michael’s face on Saturday. While she made the announcement on Friday, fans have also since speculated she’s been engaged for quite some time as a previous photo showed her wearing the ring.

Bynes posted a photo of her hand on a man’s hand, with her giant diamond engagement ring front and center. “Engaged to tha love of my life,” the former Nickelodeon star, 33, wrote in the caption.

Paul Michael, confirmed that the two had called off their engagement on Sunday, March 8th barely weeks after their engagement. Spealing to In Touch he said that they had, in fact, broken up adding he still loves Amanda, though, and considers her his best friend.

Word of their split comes after Amanda recently cleared her social media pages of any photos of her and Paul together, which led some to believe they’d parted ways. She hasn’t spoken on the split herself yet, and the reason for things coming undone remains unclear.

In early December 2019, Bynes checked out of a sober living facility and was temporarily living with her parents while she searched for a place to live on her own. Around the same time that Bynes’ parents rushed to court because they wanted a judge’s approval to get Bynes more treatment because they feared she would go back to using drugs.

After she left the sober living facility, a source told E! News she was “open to getting help.” The source said Bynes was “not doing drugs again,” but her sobriety is still “always the concern.”