Manda Levin

Producer
Apple Tree Yard/The Tunnel

Manda Levin

Manda started out at BBC Drama, script editing Cutting it by Debbie Horsfield and the BAFTA-winning Charles II before producing Billy Ivory’s A thing Called Love. She joined Kudos as head of development for film where she worked on David Cronenberg’s Eastern Promises, Simon Beaufoy’s Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, and Abi Morgan’s drama about the Boxing Day Tsunami.

Returning to the BBC, Manda was creative director of in-house drama production, where she oversaw what was the largest drama development slate in the UK (including Luther, Five Daughters, The Fades, Criminal Justice, Great Expectations), and executive produced Debbie Horsfield’s Al the Small Things. Returning to Kudos, she was an executive producer on three series of Sky Atlantic’s bilingual drama The Tunnel, Abi Morgan’s River for BBC One and Netflix, The Boy with the Topknot for BBC Two and the four part adaptation of literary thriller Apple Tree Yard starring Emily Watson.