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Margaret Qualley stars in "The Leftovers" on HBO as the 16-year-old daughter of chief of police Kevin Garvey (Justin Theroux), Jill, who is a former straight-A student feeling the gradual unwinding of the world around her. Qualley is making her television debut in the series.

Margaret Qualley is the daughter of actress and model Andie MacDowell and was raised in North Carolina. She attended a summer program at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. She has worked as a model, appearing in editorials for Teen Vogue and Vogue Russia. She has also walked the runway, making her grand debut at New York Fashion Week.

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Full Name / Real Name: Sarah Margaret Qualley
Hometown: North Carolina

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