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Overview (2)

Born in Saint-Nazaire, Loire-Atlantique, France
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

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Gender / Gender identity Female

Mini Bio (1)

Lydie Denier was raised in Martinique and attended school at the Lycee Shoelcher in Fort de France, Martinique. She became a model at 14 years old. Her big break through as an actress was when she played the role of Jane in the TV series Tarzán (1991) from 1991 till 1993. Her TV debut was on General Hospital (1963) back in 1989 playing the role of Yasmine Bernoudi. Lydie is also an accomplished artist. She paints acrylic on canvas and her work has been sold both in Europe and America. She is also a writer and a producer. Her film company is Pathway Pictures in Los Angeles.

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Trade Mark (1)

Bright blue eyes

Trivia (7)

Won a "Miss Legs International" pageant in 1984.
Lydie Denier is the 15th screen Jane in Tarzan written by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Lydie Denier is the first actress to portray the role of Jane in Tarzan on television.
Lydie has worked with 4 actors who have portrayed the role of Tarzan: Wolf Larson, Ron Ely, Joe Lara and Miles O'Keefe.
In 1995, Lydie Denier was engaged to Chris Stevens, the ambassador to Libya killed in Benghazi on September 11, 2012.
Lydie played two different characters on two different Tarzan shows.
Lydie is also an American citizen.

Personal Quotes (5)

[casting couch] I've been rudely propositioned many times. Sometimes, by famous and rich filmmakers who love to boast about their past conquests. But I've been working since I was 14, and have heard just about everything, There was never a time when I was a naive, young girl dying to get a part.
[filming scenes naked] Europeans, in general, view nudity in a much more natural way than Americans and this probably makes it easier for European actors to do scenes without clothes. For instance, my role in Red Shoe Diaries required a steamy shower scene with another actress. My feeling on this is that as long as the other actress does not feel uncomfortable, then I will not feel uncomfortable.
[sex scenes] Overall, love scenes have never really been a problem for me, except for once, when I was going to do a movie with an actor who has a reputation for going too far. I had a stipulation written in my contract to make sure there were no problems, and also there was a Screen Actors Guild representative on the set during the love scene.
[Americans and nudity] Americans are funny. Here they can be total prudes but take them to a nude beach in Europe, and they're the first ones to shed their clothes.
[Indecent Proposal] Another fairly erotic movie I saw and loved. The only thing is men with a million dollars never look like Robert Redford. They don't have his charm or elegance. That was unrealistic.

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