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Liz DuChez


Liz DuChez was born as Elizabeth Ann DuChez. She is known for her work on Madtown (2016), Parallel (2015) and The Path of the Wind (2009). See full bio »
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Madtown
Madtown Producer
(2016)
Parallel
Parallel Keira Benjamin
(2015)
The Path of the Wind
The Path of the Wind Katie Markum
(2009)

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 2015 Jenny's Wedding (makeup artist - additional)
 2014 Old Fashioned (key hair stylist) / (key makeup artist) / (makeup artist)
 2014 Love Finds You in Sugarcreek (TV Movie) (hair stylist supervisor)
 2014 Miss Meadows (key makeup artist)
 2014 The Signal (makeup artist: Ohio)
 2013 Underdogs (key hair stylist)
 2012 3 Day Test (hair supervisor)
 2012 Fun Size (hair stylist)
 2012 Hall of Fame (key hair stylist)
 2011 25 Hill (assistant makeup and hair stylist)
 2011 Take Shelter (hair stylist assistant) / (makeup artist assistant)
 2010 Little Lotto (Video short) (key makeup artist)
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Graduated from Tulane University.

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