Mandy

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Mandy is a New York City based actress who was born and raised in Pittsburgh, so naturally she grew up loving The Steelers and Primanti Bros. sandwiches.
She has a diverse career in television, theater, and film, and has premiered roles in plays by Adam Rapp, Theresa Rebeck, Jessica Goldberg, Itamar Moses, Keith Reddin, and Winter Miller. 


Mandy is often recognized by GREY’S ANATOMY fans as Molly, one of Meredith Grey’s half sisters. Other TV and film credits include: SUCCESSION, ELEMENTARY, THE GOOD WIFE, THE FOLLOWING, PERSON OF INTEREST, HUNG, BONES, AND STUDIO 60, and the independent films THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID and LIBERTY MAINE, among others.


Broadway: NOISES OFF with Jane Curtin


Off-Broadway/NY theater: OUR HOUSE, REFUGE (Playwrights Horizons); Adam Rapp’s BLACKBIRD (opposite Paul Sparks in the NY Premiere production and opposite Michael Shannon in the American Premiere in her hometown of Pittsburgh); Paula Vogel’s THE MINEOLA TWINS with Swoosie Kurtz - Outer Critics Circle Nomination (Roundabout Theater -Dir/Joe Mantello); THE PENETRATION PLAY (with 13P), FRAME 312 (Atlantic Theater
Company), STUPID KIDS (WPA/Century Theater - Dir/Michael Mayer); THE SCARIEST (Bleeker St. Theater); PARTS UNKNOWN (Chashama Theater) and most recently at The Ensemble Studio Theater.


Regional (includes): DANCING AT LUGHNASA (Two River Theatre); HOT L BALTIMORE with Sam Rockwell, Thomas Sadoski, and Lois Smith (Williamstown); UNCLE VANYA opposite Peter Dinklage and Taylor Schilling (Bard Summerscape); COMPLETENESS (South Coast Rep - Dir/Pam MacKinnon); MAURITIUS (Dorset Theatre); and CURSE OF THE STARVING CLASS with Guy Boyd and Kristine Nielsen where she got to deliver a monologue to a refrigerator (Yale
Rep).


Mandy's all-time favorite role is being Mom to her 7-year-old daughter, who plans to be an inventor when she grows up.

 
 
 
Mandy Siegfried with Paul Sparks

Mandy Siegfried with Paul Sparks

The New York premiere of Adam Rapp's Blackbird

Grey's Anatomy

Grey's Anatomy

Mandy plays Mare Winningham's daughter, Molly Grey-Thompson

The Good Wife

The Good Wife

The Guard Will Escort You...

The Guard Will Escort You...

The Apothecary's Daughter

Hot L Baltimore

Hot L Baltimore

Hot L Baltimore

Hot L Baltimore

with Lois Smith and Becky Ann Baker

with Lois Smith and Becky Ann Baker

Hot L Baltimore directed by Joe Mantello

Hot L Baltimore

Hot L Baltimore

Mineola Twins

Mineola Twins

Curse Of The Starving Class

Curse Of The Starving Class

Mandy Siegfried and Paul Sparks

Mandy Siegfried and Paul Sparks

BLACKBIRD

with Karl Miller in Completeness by Itamar Moses directed by Pam MacKinnon

Mandy Siegfried and Karl Miller

Mandy Siegfried and Karl Miller

COMPLETENESS

Mandy Siegfried and Michael Shannon

Mandy Siegfried and Michael Shannon

in the American premiere of Adam Rapp's BLACKBIRD

Dancing At Lughnasa

Dancing At Lughnasa

Dancing At Lughnasa

during a post show discussion of The Penetration Play with playwright Winter Miller and Gloria Steinem

recording Jay Asher's WHAT LIGHT

recording Jay Asher's WHAT LIGHT

THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID

THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID

Recording BECKY SHAW

Recording BECKY SHAW

with Jason Ritter for LA Theatre Works

with Euan Morton

with Euan Morton

As Poppy in Noises Off on Broadway

As Poppy in Noises Off on Broadway

As Poppy in Noises Off on Broadway

FRAME 312

HOT L BALTIMORE
by Lanford Wilson
directed by Joe Mantello

"Played by the young actress Mandy Siegfried with the happy unselfish-consciousness of a colt that has just found it's legs,...the Girl seems to make everyone smile, even those who feel honor bound to despise her.

Clad in hot pants and platform shoes that bring to mind Jodie Foster in "Taxi Driver", Ms. Siegfried emphasizes the raw overwhelming vitality and unthinking appetite found in teenagers. This sharp-witted actress finds her character's soul in her legs, which seem to have restlessly flexible lives of their own."

               --Ben Brantley, NY Times

 

"Mandy Siegfried, known simply as the 'girl,' is winsomely naturalistic. Siegfried's performance was, for me, the ticket into the play, just as her character is its irrepressible soul."

            --Ralph Hammann, The Advocate

 

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