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Lisette Bross


Lisette Bross was born in April 1971 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Lisette Justine Bross. She is an actress and producer, known for 2001 Maniacs (2005), Veronika Decides to Die (2009) and Who Slew Simon Thaddeus Mulberry Pew (2002). See full bio »

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Known For

2001 Maniacs
2001 Maniacs Additional Maniac
(2005)
Veronika Decides to Die
Veronika Decides to Die Work Colleague #1
(2009)
Thick as Thieves
Thick as Thieves Restaurant Patron
(1999)

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 2011 Amy Alyson Fans
Police Detective
 2009 Sutures
Dr. Christensen
 2009 The Devil's Tomb
Soldier (uncredited)
 2009 Veronika Decides to Die
Work Colleague #1
 2007 The Third Nail
Agent Jamison
 2005 2001 Maniacs
Additional Maniac
 1999 The Big Brass Ring
B.C. Dix
 1999 Thick as Thieves
Restaurant Patron
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She graduated from Miss Porter's School in Farmington, Connecticut in 1989 and from Northwestern University with BS in Theatre in 1993, which included one year at The Royal Acadamy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) in London.

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