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Liza de Villiers (I)

Liza de Villiers is an actress and assistant director, known for The Angel, the Bicycle and the Chinaman's Finger (1992), Nag van die 19de (1991) and Danger Zone (1996). See full bio »

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Known For

The Angel, the Bicycle and the Chinaman's Finger
The Angel, the Bicycle and the Chinaman's Finger Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1992)
Nag van die 19de
(1991)
Danger Zone
Danger Zone Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1996)
Cyborg Cop III
Cyborg Cop III Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1995)

Filmography

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 1995 Live Wire 2: Human Timebomb (Video)
Maria, bride (as Lisa de Villiers)
 1992 Die Storie van Klara Viljee
Pietman's bride in photograph (uncredited)
 1991 Nag van die 19de
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 1996 Danger Zone (second assistant director)
 1995 Cyborg Cop III (second assistant director)
 1992 The Angel, the Bicycle and the Chinaman's Finger (first assistant director)
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 1992 The Angel, the Bicycle and the Chinaman's Finger (post-production coordinator)
 1992 Die Storie van Klara Viljee (post production team)
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 1992 Die Storie van Klara Viljee (cast coordinator)
 1991 Nag van die 19de (coordinator: Johannesburg)
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Alternate Names:

Lisa de Villiers

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