AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN PARIS
Born in Paris, France, of show business parents, JULIE DELPY
(Serafine) was featured in her first film, Jean Luc Godard's "Detective,"
at the age of fourteen. Since then she has starred numerous American
and European productions, including Walt Disney Pictures' "The
Three Musketeers," "White," "Killing Zoe"
and "Before Sunrise." A graduate of New York University's
film school, she recently wrote and directed a short film, "BlahBlahBlah,"
which screened at the Sundance Film Festival and the Los Angeles
Independent Film Festival. Currently a resident of Los Angeles,
Delpy has worked with some of the world's most renowned film directors,
including Carlos Saura ("The Dark Night"), Agnieszka
Holland ("Europa, Europa"), Bertrand Tavernier ("The
Passion of Beatrice") and Volker Schlondorff ("Voyager").
She will next be seen in "The Treat."
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