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Overview (2)

Born in Los Angeles County, California, USA
Height 5' 5" (1.65 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Tania Verafield is a native Angeleno, actress and the granddaughter of blacklisted screenwriter Robert Lees. She began her career as a Ford model at age 10. She made her feature film debut in 2005 opposite Christian Bale in "Harsh Times (2005)", the directorial debut of David Ayer, screenwriter of Academy Award-winning "Training Day (2001)". Since then, she has played opposite Tilda Swinton in foreign thriller "Julia (2008)" and appeared in 3 Sundance Film Festival hits - Destin Daniel Cretton's "Short Term 12 (2008)" (Short Film Grand Jury Prize 2009) & "I Am Not a Hipster (2012)" and Justin Chon's "Ms. Purple (2019)". Television credits include "24 (2001)", "Ghost Whisperer (2005)", "Standoff (2006)", and "Strong Medicine (2000)", as well as the award-winning web-series "Namaste, Bitches (2014)". Theatre credits include "Othello", "For The Love Of (or the roller derby play) (LA); "Lobby Hero", "The Little Dog Laughed" (NY), "Twenty50" (World Premiere at Denver Center for the Performing Arts) & originating the role of Bug in the world premiere of the now published "Treefall" (LA). Tania is bi-coastal, residing in her hometown Los Angeles, as well as NYC.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Tania Verafield

Trivia (3)

Studied acting with Brad William Henke.
Granddaughter of screenwriter Robert Lees.
Niece of Corey Field.

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