During the past few days, there has been a lot of attention focused on Bryan Kohberger and his family as a result of his arrest for the murder of four students at the University of Idaho.
The 28-year-old Ph.D. student was arrested early on Friday, December 30, 2022, in connection with the death of four students in Moscow last November.
At the time of his arrest, Kohberger was living with his parents, Maryann and Michael Kohberger.
Bryan Kohberger also has two elder sisters named Melissa and Amanda.
Amanda featured in a gruesome low-budget slasher film in which people are mercilessly stabbed, sliced, and hacked to death with knives and hatchets, according to nypost.com.
So who is Amanda Kohberger?
Amanda Kohberger is the sister of Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger (born March 1988).
Amanda Kohberger, the oldest child of Maryann and Michael Kohberger, received her bachelor’s degree from Lehigh University in 2018.
Amanda is a Pennsylvania-licensed school counselor.
She attended Northampton Community College, East Stroudsburg University, and Northampton Community College for her professional training.
Amanda Kohberger starred in horror movie — about young people being stabbed to death
Amanda Kohberger starred as “Lori” in the 2011 film “Two Days Back,” which follows a group of young students who go trekking in the isolated woods and meet a terrible end at the hands of a crazed killer who has gained their trust.
It has uncanny resemblance to the knife attack in distant Moscow, Idaho, that left four young college students stabbed to death in their beds, murders for which Bryan is now on trial.
“Are you f—king kidding me, that’s her brother? “Goddamn dude, holy cow,” director Kevin Boon exclaimed when reached by nypost.com.
Boon, who is now an English and media studies professor at Penn State Mont Alto, revealed that he made the film as a student and cast promising actress Amanda Kohberger following an open audition.
Melissa Kohberger, Kohberger’s other sister, is a 31-year-old mental health therapist in New Jersey.
Her areas of expertise include ADHD, anxiety, trauma, work stress, emotion control, and career counseling.