Rookie CIA analyst Alex O’Connor (Gavin Stenhouse) is assigned his first case – to examine the statements of a defecting Russian spy, who claims that ROGUE elements within her organization are planning a catastrophic attack that will bring America to its knees. Unbeknownst to Alex, his parents, Katya (Hope Davis) and Mark (Scott Cohen), are part of the dormant Russian sleeper cell he’s investigating, and an unwelcome friend (Morgan Spector) from the past arrives on their doorstep to give them a new mission: turn their son into a spy before his investigation unmasks them. With nowhere to turn, Katya and Mark must choose – flag, or family. Also starring Margarita Levieva (Natalie O’Connor), Kenneth Choi (Sam Luttrell), and Alex Peters (Sarah O’Connor).

Margarita is out and about at fashion week and I have added images of her at the Nicole Miller show.

Gallery Link:
Appearances > Appearances in 2014 > September 5: Nicole Miller Show – Fashion Week

We finally have a new site layout up here at Margarita Levieva Network thanks to Kaci for the header and the base theme! You can view all her creations for sale at Cherrywine at Sellfy!

I have added some on the set images of Margarita from Sleeping With Other People to the gallery.

Gallery Link:
Movie Productions > Sleeping With Other People (2016) > On Set: June 9, 2014

I have added captures of Knights of Badassdom to our galery!

Gallery Link:
Movie Productions > Knights of Badassdom (2013) > Blu-Ray Captures

Margarita was at the NBC Upfront Presentation yesterday and I have added images to the gallery from the event.

additional images added thanks to @RitaVolkOnline!

Gallery Link:
Appearances > Appearances in 2014 > May 12: NBC Upfront Presentation

NBC has given series orders to Casey Wilson-Ken Marino comedy Marry Me, spy drama Allegiance, Katherine Heigl drama State of Affairs and Traffic-esque drama Odyssey, has learned.

Marry Me tells the story of longtime couple Annie (Happy Endings’ Wilson) and Jake (Marino), who get engaged only to quickly realize it’s harder than it looks. Happy Endings creator David Caspe will write and executive-produce with Jamie Tarses and The Goldbergs’ Seth Gordon, who will also helm the pilot.

I have added images of Margarita from two events she’s attended this year to the gallery.

Gallery Link:
Appearances > Appearances in 2014 > March 20: Marie Claire & The Cinema Society Host A Screening Of Summit Entertainment’s ‘Divergent’
Appearances > Appearances in 2014 > March 12: “Only Lovers Left Alive” – After Party

Hope Davis and Margarita Levieva are set as the female leads opposite Gavin Stenhouse in the NBC drama pilot Coercion. Based on the Israeli format The Gordin Cell, the project hails from Universal Television and Keshet Media Group, which is behind the original series. Written-directed by George Nolfi, the high-octane thriller revolves around the O’Connor family and their extremely intelligent son, Alex (Stenhouse), a decorated American war hero and newly minted CIA analyst who is a true patriot and loves his country and family. Unbeknownst to him, his father, his mother (Davis) and his sister (Levieva) are part of a dormant Russian sleeper cell that has just been reactivated. Davis’ Katya is described as your average Brooklyn mother who, under the surface, is sexy, dangerous, tough, smart and ready to do anything to protect her family. Levieva’s Natalie is also described as sexy and tough, often too smart for her own good and a bit of a wild child. All O’Connors will speak some Russian, which will come natural to Levieva, who was born and grew up in the Russian part of Soviet Union before emigrating with her family to the U.S. at age 11 when, also appropriately for the show, they settled in Brooklyn, NY. Levieva, repped by UTA and Silver Lining, is coming off a two-year stint on ABC’s Revenge as faux Amanda Clarke and recently guest starred on NBC’s The Blacklist. UTA-repped Davis has


Gallery Links:
Appearances > Appearances in 2013 > “Rush” Screening
Appearances > Appearances in 2013 > Metropolitan Opera Season Opening Performance Of Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin”