- Margarita Levieva
- Leningrad Soviet Union (USSR)
- Russian Federation
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Margarita Levieva was born in Leningrad, now Saint Petersburg, Russia.
She moved to the United States at a young age and attended high school in Secaucus, Hudson County, New Jersey. Before moving to the United States and becoming an actress, she was a gymnast. At the early age of 3 years old, she began the rigorous training program of a competitive gymnast. As a member of the Russian rhythmic gymnastics Olympic team, Levieva continued to train for the next 13 years, winning competitions in Russia and eventually going on to compete in the United States.
When she was 11, Levieva's mother moved her and her twin brother to New York City. She later studied economics at NYU. Her true passion, however, had always been acting and she was accepted into the Meisner Training Program at the prestigious William Esper Studio.
Levieva was a star in the Fox series, "Vanished." Her previous credits include guest appearances on "Law & Order: Trial by Jury" in 2005. She was also cast in the pilots: N.Y.-70 in 2005, and The Prince in 2006. Her feature film credits include The Invisible (2007), the independent film Billy's Choice (2004), and Noise (2007) starring Tim Robbins, Bridget Moynahan, and William Hurt. She will be in the upcoming films Adventureland (2009) with Kristen Stewart and Spread (2009).
In 2005, New York Magazine featured Levieva as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in New York.
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Jason Sudeikis & Margarita Levieva Get in a Physical Fight for Jason Sudeikis and Margarita Levieva get into a physical fight for a scene for their upcoming movie Sleeping with Other People on Tuesday (June 10) in New York City. The 38-year-old actor got pushed around by the ...
Hope Davis & Margarita Levieva To Star In NBC Drama Pilot ... Hope Davis and Margarita Levieva are set as the female leads opposite Gavin Stenhouse in the NBC drama pilot Coercion. Based on the Israeli format The Gord.