Jane Levy

Jane Levy

Born and raised near Los Angeles, Jane Levy tried a little bit of everything before going to college. After attending a liberal arts school for a bit, she settled on acting and went to New York's Stella Adler Studio to hone her craft. Her time on the east coast led her on the path to her first screen role: a multi-episode run on the William H. Macy-starring "Shameless" (Showtime 2011-). After her time there wrapped, Levy landed her first leading role as Jeremy Sisto's daughter on the sitcom "Suburgatory" (ABC 2011-14). Her time on TV opened up doors to the big screen, first appearing in the Nickelodeon movie "Fun Size" (2012) and the John Krasinski-starring "Nobody Walks" (2012). Her breakout film performance was as the main character in the horror remake "Evil Dead" (2013), which was her first time working with director Fede Alvarez. After "Suburgatory" was cancelled, Levy stayed active appearing in a variety of films, including "About Alex" (2014) and Alvarez's successful follow-up "Don't Breathe" (2016). 2017 saw Levy appear in a variety of places, including the Netflix film "I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore" (2017) and the fabled third season of "Twin Peaks" (Showtime 2017). The following year, she appeared in James Franco's "Pretenders" (2018), the zombie comedy "Office Uprising" (2018), and the Stephen King-themed show "Castle Rock" (Hulu 2018-)


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