Manika Beverly Mills is an Haitian-American film and television actress, model, and singer. Born in Nyack, NY to Haitian American parents, Manika at and early age developed a flair for performing. She grew up entertaining in church, school
plays, and trained in summer theater camps. Her parents however amused, were very strict when it came to education. She attended Virginia Tech and majored in Electrical Engineering. Despite her vigorous course demands she managed to fit in theater and acting classes. She also performed in various theater productions such as Girl, in George C. Wolfe’s The Colored Museum, and as Martha, in Joe Turner’s Come and Gone. Despite also maintaining a stellar academic career, Manika insisted on a life in the Arts. She moved to Los Angeles to further her career. She has since trained in improv at Groundlings with Tony Sepulveda and now currently studies acting at Margie Haber studios.
Manika Beverly has also appeared on Television networks Disney and CBS on shows like Hannah Montana, Good Luck Charlie, and CSI NY. Her latest notable role was in the Oscar winning film, The Social Network. She also enjoys working behind the scenes and recently assisted in casting the featured film Into the Woods. Manika for fun, enjoys playing tennis, fashion blogging, and loves interior decorating. Manika Beverly Mills is surely one of America’s rising stars and one to watch. Her talent and vision for success will inspire you, her wit will charm you, and her passion in life is to entertain you.