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1. Raoul Peck Raoul Peck Director, Sometimes in April
2. Marie Blanchard Marie Blanchard Actress, Zack and Miri Make a Porno Marie was born and and raised in Port-au Prince, Haiti and moved to the United States in New Jersey 1996. She lives in Pennsylvania where she was able to launch a small business scrappyscloset.com inspired by her puppies Scrappy and Gizmo. She went to school at the University of Houston for Petroleum Land Management and began to work in the oil and gas industry as a Land Technician...
3. Lee Holdridge Lee Holdridge Music Department, Jonathan Livingston Seagull
4. Numa Perrier Numa Perrier Producer, 3 Day Notice Numa Perrier is an actress, visual artist, filmmaker, and pioneer of online entertainment. She is Co-Founder of the network Black&SexyTV where she nurtures projects from script to screen. She writes for and stars as "Chick" in the popular series "The Couple" which is being developed as a TV series for HBO with Spike Lee attached as Executive Producer...
5. Karina Bonnefil Karina Bonnefil Actress, Listen to Your Heart
6. Lovensky Jean-Baptiste Lovensky Jean-Baptiste Actor, Day 7: 7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
7. Won-G Won-G Self, Sound, Verses, Fury
8. Anaïs Damphousse Joly Anaïs Damphousse Joly Actress, Episode #2.1 Anaïs Damphousse Joly is a French Canadian actress born in Haïti. She began her career on stage, performing in school plays and musicals, and then made her screen debut in the popular French Canadian TV show "Toute la vérité" in 2014. People call her lovely, enthusiastic and passionate. She has an unconditional love for books that goes in pair with her love for gaming...
9. Hugues Gentillon Hugues Gentillon Producer, Love Me Haiti Hugues Gentillon was born, raised, and completed high school in Haiti. He was further educated in the USA and in Europe. He is a physician-scientist and an entrepreneurial filmmaker. So far as his career in cinema is concerned, Gentillon is a relative latecomer to filmmaking. His primary higher education is in medical sciences...
10. Djinn Carrénard Djinn Carrénard Director, Donoma
11. Sein Gay Sein Gay Actor, Appropriate Sex In 1987, Sein Gay whose birth name is Hussein Gay and his family migrated to the United States of America. In pursuit of the American dream, Sein's parents worked hard to escape the war and poverty stricken; Haiti. Upon arrival, Sein struggled with the American language and was forced to enroll in a language program...
12. Fabienne Colas Fabienne Colas Actress, Minuit
13. Martha Jean Claude Martha Jean Claude Actress, Cry of the Bewitched
14. Edwidge Danticat Edwidge Danticat Actress, The Manchurian Candidate
15. Luck Mervil Luck Mervil Actor, Alias Betty
16. Sacha Parisot Sacha Parisot Producer, Skin Deep
17. Francois Duvalier Francois Duvalier Self, Aristide and the Endless Revolution Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, to an immigrant family from Martinique, Francois Duvalier had always wanted to be a doctor, and after graduation he earned a medical degree and served as a doctor in many rural areas of Haiti, where he gained a reputation for showing the rural poor how to fight typhus and other fatal diseases...
18. Max Beauvoir Max Beauvoir Actor, Haiti Express Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, August 25th 1939 In 1958 he graduated with a degree in chemistry from City College of New York 1959 he studied at the Sorbonne. By 1962, he had obtained a graduate degree in biochemistry 1965, At Cornell Medical Center, he supervised a staff synthesizing metabolic steroids Beauvoir joined an engineering company that had him set up shop in North Jersey...
19. Richard J. Arens Richard J. Arens Director, My Name Is Richard J. Arens is a Haitian Director, born in Port-au-Prince. His mother died when he was eleven, she has left as legacy, the love of cinema. With "Alelouya" (2005) and "Chomeco" (comedy) that he made his first steps, followed by a drama/crime, "My name is", and another comedy "Show Kola". Richard moved to the United States with his family since 2007...
20. Jean-Claude Duvalier Jean-Claude Duvalier Self, Aristide and the Endless Revolution Jean-Claude Duvalier was born on July 3, 1951, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, the son of Haitian president Francois Duvalier. When he was 19 years old his father died, and he took over as president, making him the youngest president in the world. Haiti, which was the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere and one of the poorest countries on the planet...
21. Joseph Olibrice Joseph Olibrice Actor, 2012: Ice Age Haitian-born Joseph Eddy Olibrice lived in New York City for 12 years honing his craft before moving west in 2010. The actor studied film and theater at St. John's University in New York City and cold reading at Clay Banks Studio in Studio City, CA. Equally comfortable in commercial and theatrical, he's called on often because directors appreciate his work ethic and attention-to-detail...
22. Florence Regina Florence Regina Actress, High Crimes Florence Regina Actress/Producer/Director, founded Soleil Films in June 2002. She has produced several short films including film festival favorites, Copelessness; and Art. She produced and directed the American Diabetes Association's 2004 Man Of Distinction Award, a tribute documentary. She also produced the short film...
23. Valensky Sylvain Valensky Sylvain Actor, Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! Valensky Sylvain has been a performer since the age of five. He began performing in Brooklyn, New York and has expanded his acting career all over the United States. His love of the arts is only surpassed by his love of God. He has a great knack for networking and has been doing so for over 20 years...
24. Anael Edwards Anael Edwards Actress, Fast Times at Dewey High
25. Arnold Antonin Arnold Antonin Director, Le president a-t-il le sida
26. Hervé Denis Hervé Denis Actor, Haiti Express
27. Théodore Beaubrun Jr. Théodore Beaubrun Jr. Self, Voodoo
28. Lenelle N. Moise Lenelle N. Moise Writer, Sexual Dependency Lenelle Moise is an award-winning "culturally hyphenated pomosexual poet," playwright and performance artist. She writes jazz-infused, politically-charged performance texts about Haitian-American culture and the intersection of race, class, gender, sexuality. Moise is a regular blogger for Showtime's OurChart.com...
29. Evena Alexandre Evena Alexandre Actress, Summer's Babes
30. Olden Polynice Olden Polynice Actor, Eddie
31. Albert C. Chevalier Albert C. Chevalier Producer, Pastor Jones
32. Jimmy Jules Jimmy Jules Actor, Four Single Fathers
33. Alexandra Labbe Alexandra Labbe Make-Up Department, Jarring
34. Georges Frederick Ambroise Georges Frederick Ambroise Actor, El caballero de la medianoche
35. Jacqueline Scott-Lemoine Jacqueline Scott-Lemoine Actress, Amok
36. Alexander Anthony Alexander Anthony Producer, Mixtress X
37. Jean Louis Steeve Jean Louis Steeve Actor, Tony Tango
38. Rassoul Labuchin Rassoul Labuchin Director, Anita
39. Florane Guerrier Florane Guerrier Actress, Le prix a payer
40. Michaëlle Jean Michaëlle Jean Self, The Passionate Eye
41. Leilah Behrmann Leilah Behrmann Miscellaneous Crew, Underfist: Halloween Bash Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Leilah moved to New Jersey at the age of twelve. A natural performer, her diverse extracurricular activities included fencing, soccer, dance, theater, and pretending to be a television host for her family. Her passion for the performing arts only grew stronger over the years and led to her decision to attend Barry University in Miami...
42. Mimi Barthélémy Mimi Barthélémy Self, Episode dated 18 January 2010
43. Ruud Salym Erie Ruud Salym Erie Editorial Department, Chinaman's Chance: America's Other Slaves
44. Jean Dominique Jean Dominique Self, The Agronomist
44 names.