Jane Colburn Levy (born December 29, 1989) is an American actress. She rose to prominence portraying the lead role on the television series Suburgatory before earning further recognition for her roles in Evil Dead and Don't Breathe, both directed by Fede Álvarez. Born in Los Angeles, Levy was raised in northern California, and attended Goucher College for one year before dropping out and enrolling at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting to pursue a career in acting. She made her screen debut in a recurring role on the series Shameless in 2011. She was subsequently cast as Tessa Altman in Suburgatory in 2012, in which she starred through its 2014 cancellation. Levy made her feature film debut in Nobody Walks (2011) and had a supporting role in the comedy Fun Size (2012) before being cast in the lead of Fede Álvarez's Evil Dead (2013), a reboot of the 1981 film. She then appeared in the drama About Alex (2014), before reuniting with Álvarez for his second feature, the thriller Don't Breathe (2016). Her roles in Evil Dead and Don't Breathe have since earned her scream queen status.She has since starred in the comedy I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore (2017), and the horror comedy film Office Uprising (2018). In 2018, Levy starred as Diane "Jackie" Torrance on the Hulu horror series Castle Rock. She was subsequently cast in a lead role on the Netflix thriller series What/If in 2018 and the leading role of Zoey in the NBC musical dramedy Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist in 2019.