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Judith Vittet

Judith Vittet was born in December 1984 in France. She is known for her work on Scènes de ménages (2009), The City of Lost Children (1995) and Paris Criminal Inquiries (2007). See full bio »


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Hide Hide Show Show Costume and Wardrobe Department (2 credits)
 2009-2012 Scènes de ménages (TV Series) (set costumer - 161 episodes)
- Ce soir ils reçoivent! (2012) ... (set costumer)
- Episode #2.120 (2011) ... (set costumer)
- Episode #2.119 (2011) ... (set costumer)
- Episode #2.118 (2011) ... (set costumer)
- Episode #2.117 (2011) ... (set costumer)
 2008 Paris Criminal Inquiries (TV Series) (costumes - 4 episodes)
- Comme un frère (2008) ... (costumes)
- Un crime d'amour (2008) ... (costumes)
- La quête (2008) ... (costumes)
- La grande vie (2008) ... (costumes)
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 1997 K
Stein Family
 1995 Nelly & Monsieur Arnaud
 1994 Personne ne m'aime
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 2010 Ça marche? (Short)
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 2001 The Archives of Jean-Pierre Jeunet (Video documentary short)
 1995 Les enfants de la cité perdue (Video documentary short)
Herself - Comédienne

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Won the role of Miette in The City of Lost Children (1995), out of hundreds of contenders. See more »

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