Sandy Mansson was born and grew up in Los Angeles on the Westside. She started dancing at 5 and was hooked for life. After graduation from U.C.L.A., she performed in musicals such as Little Mary Sunshine, A Family affair, Gypsy, and The Music Man, earning her Equity Card. She was cast in Michael McClure’s The Beard,to replace an actress who kept getting arrested for doing the play. The Civil Liberties Union became involved and 3 judges came to watch Sandy play the part of “Harlow” and ruled that the play could be done without further interference. While in a theatre workshop and appearing in The Group at the Ivar Theatre, Sandy met her husband, Michael. They moved to Stockholm, Sweden, had 2 children, and while there, appeared in Jerry Lewis’ unreleased film, “The Day the Clown Cried”.  She also appeared in La Prison des Femmes and toured Europe with The American Drama Group. Sandy worked with Lasse Hallström twice. In 1996, she was back in L.A. and joined the Group Repertory Theater, but had to return to Stockholm at the end of the year. Sandy is now back in L.A. and at the GRT, where she played Vera in a recent production of Stepping Out . She has also been cast in a webseries, “Moonbound 24”.