|Born||in Paris, France|
|Height||5' 8½" (1.74 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Born in Paris on December 29th, 1973 from a Dutch mother and French father who in the 70s were members of a small theater ensemble, Lorien moved to The Netherlands when she was two years old. During her adolescent years she learned to speak French fluently, not only because of her visits to her father who remained in Paris, but frequent summer holidays that most of the time were spend on a farm near Macon, France. After finishing her High School, she studied Autonomous Arts at the Academy of Arts and Science in Rotterdam. But that wasn't enough... After considerable deliberation and one year at the University of Utrecht studying Theatre, Film & Television sciences, she eventually applied at the prestigious Dutch Film & Televison Acadamy in Amsterdam to study Production Design. In her final year at the Academy, she and her close friend Joyce van Diepen even did the Art Direction for "De Fuke", a Dutch feature about World War II. Since graduating she worked for both television and film, earning 'her' first award, a Golden Calf, with the entire Art Direction team for "Lepel". After their collaboration on "The Emperor's Wife", Production Designer Wilbert van Dorp again invited Lorien to work with him on Paul Verhoeven's "Zwartboek" (aka Black Book), and more recently the highly promising television mini-series "Stellenbosch". Lorien lives together with her boyfriend in The Hague, The Netherlands and has two children, Terra and Viggo...
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Sander
|Van Elferen, Sander||(1 October 1999 - present) ( 2 children)|