Amanda Warren is an American actress best known for her starring role as Lucy Warburton, Mapleton's take-no-prisoners mayor, in the fantasy drama television series The Leftovers.
Born and raised in New York, Amanda Warren received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, and her Master of Fine Arts from Yale School of Drama.
Warren appeared in USA Network's Royal Pains. In 2012, she had a recurring role on the final season of The Closer. On the small screen, Warren has also appeared in Detroit 1-8-7, Gossip Girl, Rubicon, Law & Order, The Good Wife and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
Warren's film credits include The Adjustment Bureau, Deep Powder, All Is Bright and Seven Psychopaths.
Warren began her professional career on stage receiving rave reviews for her work in The Classical Theatre of Harlem's production of Three Sisters, Terrence McNally's Golden Age and Lincoln Center Theatre's When I Come to Die, for which she received an AUDELCO nomination for her portrayal of Chantel Robinson.
Warren currently resides in New York.