Jane Levy Facts And Quotes

Jane Levy Facts And Quotes

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Facts And Quotes You Didn’t Know About Jane Levy Actress, Celebrity

Jane Levy Actress Facts List

  1. Jane Levy was born in Los Angeles and raised in northern California. Her father, Lester Levy, is Jewish, and her mother, Mary Tilbury, is Irish and Scottish.
  2. She is celebrating Hanukkah!
  3. Her first role as a leader in the role of Tessa in Suburgatory was a drama about a single father who relocates his depressed teen in the countryside. The show aired over three seasons at ABC.
  4. Her other leading roles are Diane in Castle Rock, Joy on There’s… Johnny! Along with Lisa, who played Lisa on Netflix’s What/If. She also played guest parts as Lisa on Shameless, Kroll Show, and Twin Peaks.
  5. She played soccer at high school and was a Division III soccer player at Goucher College for one year. “I did not have a natural talent; however, I worked hard and gave it my all hundred percent. I loved the experience of learning, training, and spending time with my fellow teammates,” Jane said.
  6. Acting as an actor, Jane revealed to Vulture that she could spend many hours in a state of discontent. “The work of an actor is to be told that you’re not good enough all the time and getting disappointed often. However, I am immensely grateful to be an actor. If you do end up getting an opportunity, I don’t believe it’s happening until the day I’m working on stage, as there are so many instances when it is a mess. Even after you’ve put in all the effort to land the job, it’s almost an incredible thing that I had two jobs and the third.”
  7. Jane was married in 2011. In 2011, she got married to the actor Jaime Freitas, and they split later in the year June filed for divorce in April 2013. Jane then filed for divorce in April 2013.
  8. She has a close relationship with Jenny Slate and Mae Whitman. She calls Mae Mae her “best friend in the whole world.”
  9. In a story in Vanity Fair, Slate said, “Once every two months, I’m up until 6 in the morning–with my friends, just talking.” The writer’s remark? “
  10. She started acting when she was a child and called Jane Colburn Levy after being born on 29th December 1989. The actress who played a role in Shameless’s film started acting as just a child. According to reports, she was in musical Oklahoma when she was seven.
  11. Jane Levy almost became a professional soccer player. When the actress finished the high school curriculum, she went into a private liberal arts school in Baltimore, Maryland, to further her education. But, the experience was at Goucher College was very brief and lasted only one semester.
  12. She was an actor in high school; however, she stopped acting after her freshman year to focus on soccer.
  13. During university, it was the same: “I dropped out of college in 2008 to pursue acting,” Jane says. “I didn’t know what I was doing and had no idea how that it would work. My family was skeptical but willing to help, and I began my studies in the Stella Adler Studio of Acting just a few months later. As we neared to finish our studies, we sent resumes and headshots to various agents and managers. I had an amazing headshot and was able to get a meeting with an agent.”
  14. Jane discusses soccer and acting: “My favorite thing about making TV and film is the camaraderie and teamwork. I was a serious soccer player in my teens, and the idea of achieving the goal in an entire group makes me feel high. Sometimes the stars align, and everyone works together in perfect harmony. Beautiful artwork is created collaboratively, and it’s like magic.”
  15. The game-changing tips Jane Levy received from co-star Lauren Graham.
  16. Jane Levy Grew up in Northern California
  17. Jane Levy Starred in community theatre performances from The Wizard of Oz and Annie.
  18. Jane Levy Also, in high school, she was the coach of her soccer team.
  19. She also was a member of the hip-hop dance team.
  20. Jane Levy Appeared in the first season of Shameless as Mandy Milkovich; when Levy has selected for the Suburgatory role, she was replaced with Emma Greenwell.
  21. In the past, she posted her story of abortion through Twitter. In her tweet, she wrote, “my abortion enabled me to complete high school, attend college, withdraw and pursue my aspirations of becoming an actress. I am grateful to my teenage self for recognizing what she needed and the medical professionals who looked after me. I had an abortion because I was not ready to be a mother. Not wanting to become expecting is just as valid an excuse as any. #ShoutYourAbortion@AbortionStories”
  22. Jane is also featured in several horror films, such as The Evil Dead and Don’t Breathe. “Nothing gets me to the movie theater quicker than horror,” Jane said to GQ. “I love movies that press buttons and break boundaries. Horror and comedy are both genres that can do this. I suppose, at least, that there is a part of me that’s vulnerable but robust and a hilarious thing to talk about yourself. I’m a big crybaby. However, I’m also strong. I was once an athlete in soccer and had a strong athletic background. This is a trait that a lot of girls in finals have.”
  23. She’s also appeared in several other films like Fun Size, Frank and Cindy, Monster Trucks, I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore, Office Uprising, and The Pretenders.
  24. Zoey is exceptionally proud of her Extraordinary Playlist, explaining, “There’s an honesty and joy in it which I feel isn’t typical at the moment. It’s about love and empathy as well as loss.”
  25. Before Zoey’s great playlist release, Jane Levy had no singing or dancing experience.
  26. The hilarious reason. Jane Levy will never again perform an audition in commando.
  27. Jane Levy once had a shrine to Jimmy Fallon.
  28. Jane Levy’s marriage was short-lived and was over in only seven months.
  29. The unexpected appearance of Jane Levy thinks every actor should learn from.
  30. The reason why shooting Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist can feel like an unreal alternate universe to Jane Levy.
  31. Breakthrough and the work that made her famous. Jane is naturally suited for acting, and, ideally, she didn’t have to wait long to get her breakthrough. Her screen debut saw her in the regular part in the character Mandy Milkovich in 5 episodes of Shameless.
  32. Jane Levy was featured in the Forbes 30 under 30 Entertainment’s List of 2011, and Jane Levy was 22 when she received this highly sought-after honor. However, many years afterward, she was no longer recognized.
  33. The actress was married to one of the shortest marriages in Hollywood. She was engaged to Jamie Freitas on 3rd March in 2011. A couple of months after that.
  34. Jane Levy dropped out of college to pursue acting.
  35. She’s also managed to stay clear of being labeled a pigeon, hopping effortlessly between genres when she switches from comedy (her character in Suburgatory) to drama (her supporting role in ABC comedy Suburgatory) and horror (the nature of the demon-possessed heroine in Evil Dead) to dark psychological drama (Netflix’s What/If? with Renee Zellweger) and pretty every other genre between. Other notable projects include a leading part in the horror movie Don’t Breathe, the Stephen King-inspired anthology series Castle Rock, and the brief appearance in the David Lynch’s Twin Peaks reboot.
  36. With all the accolades, however, there’s a lot that the public doesn’t know about her, such as the sports team that dominated her teenage years, her secret (and extremely short) marriage, and even the shrine she once built in honor of the late-night talk host. Find out more about the truth about Jane Levy.
  37. Jane Levy was a soccer star in high school.
  38. In admitting that she “completely stopped” playing soccer during her time at university, Levy described the parallels between acting and soccer when she spoke to Ladygunn. “My favorite thing about making movies and television is the teamwork and camaraderie,” she said, referring to something she loved about soccer. In the present, “the idea of reaching a goal with a group gets me high.”
  39. Jane Levy dropped out of college to pursue acting.
  40. “I wasn’t naturally talented, but I worked so hard and committed myself 100 percent,” she said about the sport that she was determined to pursue throughout her high school years.
  41. While in college Jane Levy’s childhood goal of becoming an actor came back. In her freshman year, she realized why she had to spend cash on college tuition when her real goal was to perform? So she said to Ladygunn, “I dropped out of college in 2008 to pursue acting.”
  42. Jane Levy’s best friend is the fellow NBC actress Mae Whitman.
  43. She acknowledged that she “had no idea what I was doing and no reason to think it could work,” and her parents were “skeptical but supportive” when she relocated into New York City and enrolled in the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. “At college, I wasn’t passionate about anything I was studying,” she said to Backstage. “When I got to acting school, I felt I had finally found it.”
  44. After finishing her studies and auditions, she refocused her attention on the stage — something she confessed she was nervous about. “One of my first was an HBO pilot, and I almost s**t my pants going in there,” she said on Backstage. But her talent was evident, and she landed her first gig as a professional on Showtime’s Shameless, where the very first scene she shot was a mock sex scene. “My first scene ever, ever, ever,” she recalls.
  45. Jane Levy used to be a scream queen from horror films.
  46. Jane Levy loves jokes that are so terrible; they’re great.

 

I’m not a natural redhead. However, I love having red hair.

Jane Levy

 

 

“I keep all my postcards, letters, and thank-you notes. I’ll be keeping them forever!”

— Jane Levy

 

“The entire point of doing television is that you do not anticipate what’s going on. Just go along with what’s happening.”

— Jane Levy

 

 

“I’m living in the suburbs, and my area doesn’t include the kind of people you’ll have seen in ‘Suburgatory; however, it’s a good example I’m sure people are going to laugh at themselves. It’s also lighthearted.”

— Jane Levy

 

“What’s fun about being an actress is you change all the time.”

— Jane Levy

 

“I haven’t even watched that many movies; I’m, like, a weird actor.”

— Jane Levy

 

I’m not naturally a redhead, but I enjoy having red hair.

– Jane Levy

 

I am not a fan of censorship, Man. I truly do.

– Jane Levy

 

I love jeans and shoes or sneakers.

– Jane Levy

 

I’m not a horror fan. I’ve never had the time to watch them as much.

– Jane Levy

 

My parents are unique, and my friends are amazing and would smack me in the face should I ever start acting differently.

– Jane Levy

 

I have incredibly detailed and complex thoughts regarding technology. It’s a significant way we interact with each other. I believe it’s positive; however, I think it’s harmful in different ways.

– Jane Levy

 

I wouldn’t say I like roller coasters. I wouldn’t say I like bungee jumping. I’m not one to enjoy snowboarding very quickly to the bottom of the mountain. I’m not adrenaline-addicted.

– Jane Levy

 

 

I’ve never watched “Evil Dead 2. Sorry for this. I’m sorry for the world.

– Jane Levy

 

Auditioning can be such an odd thing. It’s a tiny room with about seven people while you’re acting in front of an audition director and nothing else is logical.

– Jane Levy

 

 

My mom is a recycling Nazi, and I make sure to take a bag with me to the shop.

– Jane Levy

 

“Violence is a part of the world and life, and you shouldn’t have to take it out of stories.”

— Jane Levy

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