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Emma Greenwell stars in "Shameless" on Showtime as Mandy Milkovich, who is from the only family in the neighborhood worse off than the Gallaghers.

Emma Greenwell was born in the United States but raised in London where she studied acting at the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. Shortly after graduating, Emma moved to Los Angeles where she booked the role of Mandy on the critically acclaimed series "Shameless."

Emma also recently played the recurring role of Claudia on HBO's "True Blood." In addition to television, Emma will next be seen as the lead in the feature film thriller "Holy Ghost People" with Joe Egender and Brendan McCarthy.

She currently resides in Los Angeles.

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Where does Emma Greenwell live? Who is Emma Greenwell dating? Find out here.

Hometown: London, England, UK
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA

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