Cécile Delepière is a French actress and filmmaker from Paris. She recently moved to the United States to extend her career internationally. In 2009, she directed her first short film "Doll Killer", a martial art comedy in which she also performed.
From there, she created DollKillerFilms, her production company. She directed "The Who?Men Project" a series of short documentaries about Love, the art of loving and the loving relationships around the globe
Cécile Delepière
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Of French (from France), descent, Pascale Roger-McKeever grew up in Melbourne, studied acting in London, lived in New York City for more than a decade, Halifax, Nova Scotia for eight years, and now splits her time between Mar Vista, Los Angeles, and the San Francisco Bay Area. A devoted artist, Pascale has been pursuing an acting, directing, and writing career for over twenty years, and simply loves to narrate stories wherever there is a good story to share.

Pascale Roger
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Born in Santa Monica, raised entirely in French in France and Switzerland, screenwriter, director, actor, producer, and children’s book author Pavla Ustinov has extensive voice-over, dubbing and ADR experience. She has appeared in numerous plays in London as well as in Musorgsky’s The Marriage at the Edinburgh International Festival, television films in the US and feature films helmed by such prominent directors as Gene Wilder, Clive Donner, Burt Kennedy, Dennis Quiley, and more… At the Los Angeles Philharmonic, she narrated Peter and the Wolf in English and in Spanish, The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra and was the princess in Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale. She also narrated the French PC Game version of Pippi Longstocking to name a few…

 

Pavla Ustinov
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