Joy Osmanski stars in the new NBC comedy "Save Me" as Maggie Tomkins, a woman whose close friend recently discovered that she can communicate with God.
Raised in Olympia, Washington, Osmanski spent her childhood surrounded by towering pines and mountain views. It was a lush setting for the imagination and she developed an early passion for art.
It wasn't until she moved to California and was bit by the acting bug and after completing her masters of fine arts at UC San Diego that she settled in Los Angeles. The hard work paid off and she quickly booked a series regular role on "The Loop" and enjoyed recurring roles on several series, including "Grey's Anatomy," "True Jackson" and "Samantha Who?" as well as guest spots on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and "Numbers." Her film work includes roles in "White on Rice," "Fired Up" and "Wedding Palace."
Osmanski continues to work regularly in theater, including the Mark Taper Forum, La Jolla Playhouse, A Noise Within and Chalk Rep.
When she's not acting, Osmanski loves to craft, hike with her dog and keep bees with her husband.