|Born||1986 (age 33–34)|
Dickson, Tennessee, U.S.
|Alma mater||Emerson College|
Sunita Mani (born 1986) is an American actress, dancer, and comedian. She played Trenton in the USA Network television series Mr. Robot and currently plays Arthie Premkumar in the Netflix comedy series GLOW (2017–present), which was inspired by the 1980s female professional wrestling promotion of the same name.
Life and career
Mani was born in Tennessee and graduated from Dickson County High School in Dickson in 2004. She is of Indian origin. She attended Emerson College in Boston where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in writing, literature, and publishing. While studying, Mani started her career as a stand-up comedian. After graduating in 2008 she joined the Upright Citizens Brigade and received training in improvisational comedy for three years.
Mani joined the Cocoon Central Dance Team where she worked as a dancer and choreographer. Mani began her career as an actress by appearing in Writer's Block, an MTV web TV pilot, and also in commercials for Burger King and Levi's.
She gained public recognition for her dance performance in the music video for the song "Turn Down for What" which was released in December 2013. Mani also appeared in drama–thriller television series Mr. Robot as Trenton.
|2012||The Unspeakable Act||Jessica|
|2015||3rd Street Blackout||Elora|
|2016||Little Sister||Performance Art Dancer|
|2016||Don't Think Twice||Amy|
|2018||Madeline's Madeline||Assistant Max|
|2019||The Death of Dick Long||Lake Travis|
|2019||Can You Keep a Secret?||Lissy|
|2020||The Outside Story||Slater||Post-production|
|2015–2017||Mr. Robot||Trenton||16 episodes|
|2016||Broad City||Coworker||1 episode|
|2016–2017||The Good Place||Chad||3 episodes|
|2017–present||GLOW||Arthie Premkumar||19 episodes|
|2017||No Activity||Fatima Khorasani|
|2018||Drop the Mic||Herself|
|2019||Helpsters||Rhonda Runner||1 episode|
|2020||Dream Corp, LLC||Marge Daly||Recurring|
|2014||"Turn Down for What"||DJ Snake and Lil Jon|||
- "Behind the Scenes of the "Turn Down for What" Music Video—An Interview with Sunita Mani". Cream City, MD. Retrieved September 16, 2015.
- "That girl with the funky dance moves in 'Turn Down for What' is Sunita Mani". The American Bazaar. Retrieved September 16, 2015.
- "Top 20 Countdown: Guest Host Miss Info + Her Baby Get "Butt Popped"". VH1+Music. Retrieved September 16, 2015.
- Denise Petski. "'G.L.O.W.': Jenji Kohan Netflix Comedy Series Adds Britt Baron, Jackie Tohn & Five More". deadline.com. Retrieved September 22, 2016.
- "DJ Snake and Lil Jon – Turn Down for What". YouTube. Retrieved November 14, 2018.