Mandy Levin is a minor actor on How to Get Away with Murder, who portrays the role of Woman #2.


Life and CareerEdit

Mandy Levin is an LA native, she was born & raised in the Woodland Hills/Calabasas area. Upon graduating from Calabasas High School, she was invited to attend Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. She studied at NYU for two years and then transferred to UCLA. She graduated from UCLA's School of Theater, Film & Television with a Bachelor's Degree. After graduation, Mandy got her first agent and started working in TV & Commercials. Later, she began studying the Sanford Meisner's technique at Playhouse West, at the same time as James Franco & Scott Caan. While at Playhouse West, she met her husband, Brice Williams and did her first play. After leaving Playhouse West, she began studying with Stuart Rogers at his acting studio in North Hollywood. She is a member of Stuart's theatre company Theatre Tribe, where she where she has been involved in numerous productions including Catherine Butterfield's "The Sleeper", which won LA Weekly's Best Ensemble in a Comedy & she was nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy. Mandy also won Best Actress at the Breckenridge Film Festival & Glendale International Film Festival for her lead role in the short film "Everything".[1]


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