|Born||December 13, 1986|
Sunita Mani (born December 13, 1986) is an American actress, dancer and comedian. She is best known for her television roles as Trenton in the USA Network drama Mr. Robot (2015–2017) and Arthie Premkumar in the Netflix comedy GLOW (2017–2019). Mani played the lead roles in the 2020 films Save Yourselves! and Evil Eye.
Life and career
Her first film appearance was in The Unspeakable Act (2012), an American coming-of-age drama written and directed by Dan Sallitt which won the Sarasota Film Festival's Independent Visions Award. Mani gained public recognition for her dance performance in the music video for the song "Turn Down for What", released in December 2013. She appeared in the drama–thriller television series Mr. Robot as Trenton. In 2016, she appeared in Don't Think Twice, an episode of Broad City, and episodes of The Good Place. She was cast in the 2017 Netflix series GLOW.
Mani is a member of the alt-comedy group Cocoon Central Dance Team.
|2012||The Unspeakable Act||Jessica|
|2013||Sardines out of a Can||Extra|
|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|
|2020||Evil Eye||Pallavi Kharti|
|2022||Everything Everywhere All at Once||TV Musical - Queen|
|2022||Spirited||Ghost of Christmas Past|
|2023||You Hurt My Feelings||Dr. Allen|
|2012, 2018||The Chris Gethard Show||Various||3 episodes|
|2015–2017||Mr. Robot||Trenton||16 episodes|
|2016||Person of Interest||Sonum||Episode: "The Day the World Went Away"|
|2016||Broad City||Coworker||1 episode|
|2016||The Good Place||Chad||2 episodes|
|2016||Search Party||Pia||2 episodes|
|2017–2019||GLOW||Arthie Premkumar||29 episodes|
|2017–present||No Activity||Fatima Khorasani||27 episodes|
|2018||Drop the Mic||Herself||Episode: "WWE Superstars vs. GLOW & Laila Ali vs. Chris Jericho"|
|2019||Helpsters||Rhonda Runner||Episode: "Amazing Alie/Robbie & Rhonda Runner"|
|2020||Three Busy Debras||Homra Simpson||Episode: "Debspringa"|
|2020||At Home with Amy Sedaris||Denise Hershey Musgrave||Episode: "Signature Dishes"|
|2020||Social Distance||Dr. Larson||Episode: "Humane Animal Trap"|
|2020||Dream Corp LLC||Margot Daly||Recurring; 8 episodes|
|2020–2021||Mira, Royal Detective||Neeti/Preeti (voice)||4 episodes|
|2021||Summer Camp Island||(voice)||Episode: "Spirit Balls"|
|2021||Ultra City Smiths||Detective Jaya Mukherjee (voice)||2 episodes|
|2021||Scenes from a Marriage||Danielle||Episode: "Innocence and Panic"|
|2010||The Hundred in the Hands: Commotion||Sunita Mani|
|2012||See You Then, Then|
|2013||Sardines Out of A Can||Extra|
|2015||The Truth About Meeting Women|
|2015||This is a Dream and I'm Going to Kill You||Sunita|
|2016||Why Wasn't It Perfect?||Haley Sharma|
|2016||The Place We Live||Autumn|
|2017||Snowy Bing Bongs Across the North Star Combat Zone|
|2017||I Brought Pie||Alice|
|2018||Alpha Squadron||Alpha 4 / Chelsea|
|2019||Dick Pics! (A Documentary)|
|2020||I Love to Wait|
|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.
- Jhunjhunwala, Udita. "Sunita Mani interview: 'We're having a moment, there will be more equalised seating at the table'". Scroll.in. Retrieved May 28, 2022.
- "That girl with the funky dance moves in 'Turn Down for What' is Sunita Mani". The American Bazaar. June 2, 2014. Retrieved September 16, 2015.
- "Top 20 Countdown: Guest Host Miss Info + Her Baby Get "Butt Popped"". VH1+Music. Retrieved September 16, 2015.
- Denise Petski (September 22, 2016). "'G.L.O.W.': Jenji Kohan Netflix Comedy Series Adds Britt Baron, Jackie Tohn & Five More". deadline.com. Retrieved September 22, 2016.
- "About". Cocoon Central Dance Team.
- "DJ Snake and Lil Jon – Turn Down for What". YouTube. Retrieved November 14, 2018.