Amanda Brugel

Brugel in 2017 Amanda Brugel (born March 24, 1978) is a Canadian actress. Born and raised in Pointe-Claire (a suburb of Montreal), Quebec, she made her acting debut in the drama film ''Vendetta'' (1999). This was followed by roles in the comedy film ''A Diva's Christmas Carol'' (2000), the slasher horror film ''Jason X'' (2001), the comedy film ''Sex After Kids'' (2013), for which she won an ACTRA Award for Best Female Performance, the satirical drama film ''Maps to the Stars'' (2014), the independent drama film ''Room'' (2015), the superhero film ''Suicide Squad'' (2016), the drama film ''Kodachrome'' (2017), and the action thriller film ''Becky'' (2020).

Brugel starred as Lynnie Jordan in the Showcase soap opera ''Paradise Falls'' (2008), Michelle Krasnoff in the Citytv comedy series ''Seed'' (2013–2014), Marci Coates in the Space science fiction series ''Orphan Black'' (2015), Nina Gomez in the CBC comedy series ''Kim's Convenience'' (2016–2021), and Rita Blue in the Hulu dystopian drama series ''The Handmaid's Tale'' (2017–present). In 2021, Brugel joined the judging panel of the second season of the reality competition series ''Canada's Drag Race''.

Throughout her career, Brugel has received several accolades, including two Canadian Screen Awards for her work in ''Kim's Convenience'' and ''Canada's Drag Race'', and an ACTRA Award win and Canadian Comedy Award nomination for her performance in ''Sex After Kids''. Provided by Wikipedia

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