Stefania LaVie Owen
Stefania LaVie Owen is a New Zealand-American actress. She started her acting career in 2009, debuting as Flora in the film The Lovely Bones. She next starred as Puddle Kadubic in the comedy series Running Wilde, which marked her television debut. Later in 2013, she starred as Dorrit Bradshaw in The CW’s The Carrie Diaries. Owen went on to star in the films Krampus, Coming Through the Rye, and All We Had. From 2016 to 2017, she starred as Nicole Chance in the short-lived series Chance. After this, she played recurring character Amanda Robbins in the Showtime series I’m Dying Up Here. She recently had performances in the films The Cat and the Moon and The Beach Bum. In 2020, she starred as Rebecca Iguero in the Netflix show Messiah.