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Corinne Blanchon

Corinne Blanchon started her training as an actor with Jack Garfein, a member of the Actor's Studio. In 1998, she began to train with the prestigious acting coach, Jack Waltzer, from the Actor's Studio in New York, and continues to work with him, both as an actor, and as his assistant in Los Angeles. She is originally from Lyon in France, and spent ... See full bio »
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 2018 The Maestro (post-production)
Nadia Boulanger
 2018 Caravaggio and My Mother the Pope (post-production)
Eva - Asylum Patient
 2012 The Undercard (Short)
 2012 Castle (TV Series)
Dog Owner
- An Embarrassment of Bitches (2012) ... Dog Owner
 2010/I The Garden (Short)
Store Owner 4
 2007 Chasing Tchaikovsky
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 2016 The Eleventh (TV Series short) (special thanks - 1 episode)
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 2011 JacK Waltzer: On the Craft of Acting (Documentary)

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