Sunday, 15 April 2018

Milana Vayntrub

Milana Vayntrub

Milana Aleksandrovna Vayntrub (/ˈvaɪntruːb/; Uzbek Cyrillic: Милана Александровна Вайнтруб; conceived March 8, 1987) is a Uzbekistan-conceived American performing artist and comic. She plays the character Lily Adams in a progression of AT&T TV plugs.

Vayntrub has showed up in short movies and in the web arrangement Let's Talk About Something More Interesting, co-featuring Stevie Nelson. She featured in the Yahoo! Screen arrangement Other Space.

Vayntrub was conceived in Tashkent, Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic,and is Jewish. When she was more than two years of age, she and her folks emigrated to the U.S. as outcasts, settling in West Hollywood.

She began acting in Mattel Barbie ads at five years old, due to some extent to her family's money related issues.

Vayntrub quickly went to Beverly Hills High School, yet dropped out after her sophomore year, got a GED, and went ahead to acquire a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from University of California, San Diego. She got preparing with the improvisational comic drama gather Upright Citizens Brigade.

Vayntrub and Stevie Nelson collaborated to begin the YouTube satire channel Live Prude Girls where they delivered various shorts and the hit web arrangement Let's Talk About Something More Interesting. Live Prude Girls went ahead to be highlighted on NewMediaRockstars' Top 100 Channels commencement, positioned at No. 93.

Vayntrub has had little parts in film and TV, including Life Happens. She has likewise featured in a few CollegeHumor recordings. In 2011, Vayntrub was the lead in the music video for "High school Tide" by Letting Up Despite Great Faults. She showed up as Tara in two scenes of the sitcom Silicon Valley.

Since November 2013, she has depicted a sales representative named "Lily Adams" in a progression of TV advertisements for AT&T. She likewise depicted Tina Shukshin on the Yahoo! Screen unique arrangement Other Space.

In January 2016, subsequent to going to Greece and meeting with displaced person families escaping the Syrian Civil War, Vayntrub helped to establish a site and online networking development called #CantDoNothing to spotlight the European vagrant emergency. She showed up in the TV arrangement This Is Us as Sloane Sandburg, creator and co-star of the play in which Kevin Pearson is featuring in New York.

In July 2017, Vayntrub was thrown ahead of the pack part of Marvel Comics superheroine Squirrel Girl in Marvel's forthcoming TV arrangement New Warriors.

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