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Justine has spent her career in tech, coming by way of recruiting, content marketing, and working for one of the leading agencies in the NYC and LA offices. From marketing stints at the websites of Ralph Lauren, Levi Strauss, and BodySite.com to high-profile projects like the Conde Nast website, her career has spanned five industries.
After years of guest appearances and turns as a series regular on short-lived weekly series, actress Justine Lupe's perseverance paid off with roles on the Stephen King adaptation "Mr. Mercedes (Audience Network, 2017- ) and FX's drug cartel drama "Snowfall" (2017- ). Born May 31, 1989 in Denver, Colorado, she was raised in a family steeped in education and the performing arts: her grandmother, Katherine "Kay" Schomp, was a founding figure in the Denver School of the Arts, while her father, John Lupe, was an exhibition specialist at the Denver Art Museum and her mother, Katherine Schomp, was a social worker and teacher. Lupe also took up acting as her chosen profession, earning degrees from the Denver School of the Arts in 2007 and the Julliard School in 2011. That same year, she began working in features and on television, and landed her first assignment as a series regular in 2012, playing a novice attorney on the NBC legal drama "Harry's Law" (2011-2012). After supporting turns in two independent features - David Chase's coming of age drama "Not Fade Away" (2012) and "Frances Ha" (2013) with Greta Gertwig - she returned to series regular work on "Cristela" (ABC, 2014-2015), a vehicle for comedian Cristela Alonzo for which she played the scatterbrained daughter of Alonzo's boss (Sam McMurray). It, too, lasted a single season, but Lupe rebounded with steady guest work on network programs before landing series regular and recurring roles in a pair of high-profile series: on "Mr. Mercedes," she played a young woman struggling with mental issues, while in "Snowfall," she played a woman searching for her missing sister in 1980s-era Los Angeles.
She’s only in her 30s, and she’s managed to change the world one role at a time. Justine Lupe is an actress who puts her talent out there for the world to see, and the world is glad she’s doing it. She’s managed to take some of the most exciting characters and make them even more exciting – if possible – and it’s precisely this reason her fans love her so much. She’s a star, and everyone is happy to have her. She’s got it going on, and her fans want to learn as much as possible about the talented young woman. She’s behind roles on shows such as “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” and it’s one that will forever go down in history. Here is everything you need to know about the star. (Source: tvovermind.com)
In The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, everyone still basically likes Joel, even though he started off the series by ditching his wife for his secretary; Midge is beloved by all, even if she's perennially selfish and entirely uninterested in the welfare of her sole business partner and champion, Susie. Astrid's only flaw is that she's too desperate for the Weissmans' acceptance, and yet, somehow, she's the black sheep.
The day before her mother's memorial, Caroline (Moore) realizes she has lost the ashes. With no time left, and fear of causing her mourning sister, Josephine (Lupe), further grief, Caroline must decide what to do. Will she come clean about her loss? Or replace the missing ashes? And can she get away with it? Starring Mandy Moore (THIS IS US), Justine Lupe (Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Succession), and W. Earl Brown (There's Something about Mary and Deadwood) these wonderful actors take us on a touching journey of life and the absurdity of death. (Source: www.bing.com)