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Mia Lalanne

Mia Lalanne was born in Neuilly-Sur-Seine, France and grew up in Rambouillet and Paris before moving to New England with her family at the age of five. Mia is fluent in French and still visits Paris whenever possible; she wrote, directed, and edited her debut short film Ten o'Clock in 2011, in which she starred opposite her younger brother Max. ... See full bio »
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Ten O'Clock
Ten O'Clock Producer
Fireworks Producer
Break a Leg
Break a Leg Producer
The Meeting
The Meeting Producer


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 2012/II Fireworks (Short) (assistant producer)
 2011/I Break a Leg (Short) (assistant producer)
 2011 Ten O'Clock (Short) (assistant producer)
 2010 A Halter for Orsini (Short) (assistant producer)
 2010 The Hay Barn (Short) (assistant producer)
 2010/III The Meeting (Short) (assistant producer)
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5' 6½" (1.69 m)

Did You Know?


Mia is the great-niece of renown French sculptors François-Xavier and Claude Lalanne, she visits their farm studio around Fontainebleau each time she's in Paris. See more »

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