Amanda Brugel

Amanda Brugel

Rita

Amanda Brugel is a Canadian actress known for her scene-stealing performances in critically acclaimed series and films. Brugel currently stars as Rita on the Hulu/MGM award-winning drama The Handmaid’s Tale, based on the wildly popular book from Canadian author Margaret Atwood.

Brugel can next be seen alongside Oscar Winner Jennifer Connelly and Daveed Diggs in TNT’s sci-fi thriller Snowpiercer, which debuts in 2019. On the big screen, Brugel will star in the upcoming psychological thriller The Education of Frederick Fitzell, starring Dylan O’Brien and directed by Christopher MacBride. Brugel’s past film credits include the Oscar-nominated Room, box-office smash Suicide Squad, David Cronenberg’s drama Maps to the Stars, and indie comedy Sex after Kids, for which she won the Outstanding Female Performance ACTRA Award. Brugel’s television roles include a recurring role in the hit Canadian comedy Kim’s Convenience, a series regular role on the GLAAD Award-winning drama Eyewitness, and a recurring role in the critically acclaimed Orphan Black.

Amanda Brugel is a Canadian actress known for her scene-stealing performances in critically acclaimed series and films. Brugel currently stars as Rita on the Hulu/MGM award-winning drama The Handmaid’s Tale, based on the wildly popular book from Canadian author Margaret Atwood.

Brugel can next be seen alongside Oscar Winner Jennifer Connelly and Daveed Diggs in TNT’s sci-fi thriller Snowpiercer, which debuts in 2019. On the big screen, Brugel will star in the upcoming psychological thriller The Education of Frederick Fitzell, starring Dylan O’Brien and directed by Christopher MacBride. Brugel’s past film credits include the Oscar-nominated Room, box-office smash Suicide Squad, David Cronenberg’s drama Maps to the Stars, and indie comedy Sex after Kids, for which she won the Outstanding Female Performance ACTRA Award. Brugel’s television roles include a recurring role in the hit Canadian comedy Kim’s Convenience, a series regular role on the GLAAD Award-winning drama Eyewitness, and a recurring role in the critically acclaimed Orphan Black.

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