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Lee Delong

Lee Delong is an American/French actress, director, clown teacher and writer who has been working worldwide for 45 years. Lee has played at the prestigious Théâtre de Paris, the Théâtre du Rond-Point, the Théâtre du Châtelet and many others. On screen, Lee was most recently seen in Savage State (l’Etat Sauvage) by David Perrault. Notable also was her portrayal of Miranda Jones in the successful television series Call My Agent (Dix Pour Cent) by Cedric Klapisch, and Mrs. Kermin in Luc Besson’s Arthur and the Minimoys. Lee also voices animation films and series: the character of Zero in INK, the Invisible Network of Kids; Sheriff Pearl in Paprika; and eleven voices in Toomas Beneath the Valley of the Wild Wolves. Lee has written and directed 12 award winning shows. She has given workshops and master classes from Peru to Qatar to war-time Sarajevo since 1994. She has coached and assisted Jasmila Zbanic (Best Director European Film Awards, Golden Bear).

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