She is also known for her appearances in the British romantic comedy Finding Fatimah in 2017, and as Constable Lizbyet Corwi in The City and the City in 2018. In March 2019, she appeared as Sandy in Ricky Gervais's Netflix Original dark-comedy After Life.
Early life and careerEdit
Mandeep Dhillon attended Fearnhill School, Letchworth. Her first television appearance was in Some Dogs Bite (2010), and she made her film debut in Tears of Kali (2004). She starred as the character Saz Kaur in Some Girls, which aired on BBC Three. Mandeep went on to appear as a guest character in 7 episodes of the 2014 TV series 24: Live Another Day, alongside Kiefer Sutherland, and in 2017 she appeared in the British romantic comedy film Finding Fatimah. Dhillon played the main character Constable Lizbyet Corwi in of the four part BBC Drama The City and the City in 2018, alongside David Morrissey who played her police partner, Inspector Tyador Borlú.
|2004||Tears of Kali||Clerk at Teehouse (segment "Shakti")|
|2014||A Wonderful Christmas Time||Mandi|
|2016||David Brent: Life on the Road||Kaz|
|2008||The Inbetweeners||Prom Extra||TV series|
|2010||Some Dogs Bite||Seema||TV movie|
|2012||The Thick Of It||Rohinka||1 episode|
|2012–14||Some Girls||Saz Kaur||Three series (18 episodes)|
|2013||Whitechapel||Sabima Masud||2 episodes|
|2014||24: Live Another Day||Chell||7 episodes|
|2015||The Revolution Will Be Televised||Herself||1 episode|
|2016||Stan Lee's Lucky Man||Indira Kemal||1 episode|
|2017||Hospital People||Shaz Dutta||TV series|
|Doctor Who ||Shireen||1 episode: "Knock Knock"|
|2018||The City and the City||Constable Lizbyet Corwi ||TV series|
|Bulletproof||Kamali Khan||TV series|
|Hounslow Diaries||Tash||TV Series|
|2019||After Life||Sandy||TV series|
- "Letchworth actress stars in BBC Three teen comedy". thecomet.net. 2012.
- "Some Dogs bite". BBC. 2011.
- "Finding Fatimah official website". Retrieved 3 February 2017.
- "The City And The City star Mandeep Dhillon: Corwi is a pitbull – I wish I was like her". Radio Times. 2018.
- "Young Brits land role in 24". Screen Terrier. Retrieved 27 January 2014.