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Jane Levy Says She Never Gets Recognized, but That’s About to Change

Join us for some Small Talk as we sit down with some of Hollywood’s biggest breakout stars.

Seeing Jane Levy in person brings back memories from my own high school experience, when I found solace in the angsty heroine of a new ABC sitcom, Suburgatory, which ran for three years starting in 2011. Levy played Tessa Altman, a mascot for misunderstood small town teens counting down the days until college. While I was nowhere near clever enough to label my hometown “suburgatory,” 17-year-old me no doubt considered living in the Pacific Northwest to be a hop and skip away from dwelling in actual hell.

Levy, 30, makes a quiet arrival on set with her mom (who endearingly introduces herself as “Jane’s mom”), Mary. Though she’s had about a decade of public exposure, Levy still seems a tad uncomfortable being the subject of her own photoshoot. She moves through poses with a sort of withdrawn confidence — she knows what she’s doing, but she’s not about to start calling the shots. The photographer asks if she’d like to look at the monitor and she shakes her head “no” with a laugh.

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NBC Stars and BFFs Mae Whitman and Jane Levy on Supporting Women and Sharing a TV Premiere Date

The ‘Good Girls’ and ‘Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist’ stars take their friendship to a new level as they share the spotlight in NBC’s Sunday night lineup.

Mae Whitman and Jane Levy have been friends for eight years — and it was love at first sight when the pals first locked eyes for and then shared an epic night out involving Mariah Carey karaoke with a Succession star. On Sunday, Feb. 16, the duo will share their first night of NBC programming together, with the third season premiere of Whitman’s drama Good Girls and the time slot debut of Levy’s rookie musical Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.

As season three of Good Girls begins, Whitman’s Annie takes a new job as a valet to aid in her criminal enterprise with fellow moms Ruby (Retta) and Beth (Christina Hendricks). And in Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, computer programmer Zoey (Levy) learns to cope with her new power of hearing people’s innermost feelings through song.

But not only do Whitman and Levy share a night on NBC, they also share a co-star (and close friend) — Lauren Graham, Whitman’s Parenthood mom who plays Levy’s boss on Zoey’s.

The Hollywood Reporter hopped on the phone with the BFFs — fittingly, on Galentine’s Day — and eavesdropped on their discussion of their friendship, their careers, an adventure at Georgia O’Keeffe’s ghost ranch and Graham. Follow along with their discussion below (with a few extra prompts from THR).

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We chatted with Jane Levy and Lauren Graham at TCA 2020 to find out what draw them to this quirky new musical show on NBC.



Jane Levy sits down with Hoda and Jenna to talk about her new series, “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist,” in which she plays a coder who can hear other people’s thoughts in the form of song and dance.

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