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Susana Rodrigues

Susana Rodrigues is a British 27 year old actress and filmmaker who was born in Portugal but grew up in London, England since she was a child. She is in love with world history, different cultures and archaeology, all of which led her to also live in Switzerland and travel across England, France, Spain and to Greece. She can speak and write English ... See full bio »

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 2018 G.O.D.Tech (announced)
Carolyn Xavier
 2017/III Captured (Short)
 2014 Optical Illusion (Short)
 2013 Hichestan
 2013 The Magnificent Eleven
Hen Night Girl
 2013 All Stars
 2013 Outline (Short)
 2013 No Easy Way Out (Short)
 2012 Jab Tak Hai Jaan
Business Woman
 2011 7 Lives
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 2010 The Morgana Show (TV Series)
Reception Guest
- Episode #1.2 (2010) ... Reception Guest
 2010 Live & Lost with BlackBerry (TV Series)
- Promo (2010) ... Fatma
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Show Show Writer (5 credits)
Show Show Producer (2 credits)
Show Show Costume and Wardrobe Department (1 credit)
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