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    Jennifer Decker


    Jennifer Decker


    Jennifer Decker (born 28 December 1982) is a French actress. She is best known for the role of Lucienne in the 2006 American film Flyboys. Jennifer began her theatrical career at an early age. At 18 she was spotted by director Irina Brook, who gave her the role of Juliet in a stage production of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. After a success run at the Théâtre national de Chaillot in Paris, the play went on tour throughout France, and then abroad for many months. Jennifer next played a young teenager in love and on the run, the leading part in Steve Suissa's Cavale (Love on the Run). She is continuing to extend the range of her on-stage performances at the Commedia dell'arte. Afterward, she began to show interest in cinematography. For this she next appeared in Steve Suissa's "L'Amour Dangereux" (Love on the run) also known as Trop Plain D'amour and Cavale, opposite Nicolas Cazalé. Jennifer Decker played Noémie, a young teenager who goes on the run with Simon, a boy who's on the fast track of life. Although Jennifer tends to focus on feature films, she also shows interest in short-films as well. For this she was seen next in Pierre Bernier's, Jeux de Haute Société (2003), a short-film, in which she plays Madame Blanche. She started in the renowned French series Une Femme d'Honneur (2005), in the episode of Les Liens du Sang, playing as Laëtitia Cervantes, a very intense and interesting character. Jennifer completed four films in 2006. She started the year with Jeune Homme, a Swiss film, in which she plays Elodie Dumoulin, a young artist, who takes drawing lessons and meets the lead character, Sebastian, played by Matthias Schoch. Sebastian is a new transfer student from abroad who came to study in France. Sebastian stayed with a French family who, coincidentally, is Elodie's family. After Jeune Homme, Jennifer starred in Les Amants Du Flore, an acclaimed film, directed by Ilan Duran Cohen, starring Anna Mouglalis. Jennifer played Marina, a sensitive student, who at first fell in love with her teacher, Simone de Beauvoir, but later fell for a lover who died due to the consequences of the second world war. In 2006, she was discovered by Tony Bill while he was vacationing in Paris. She was soon cast as Lucienne, opposite James Franco and Jean Reno. This became the debut of Jennifer's career as feature film actress, for which she received the attention of critics and an international audience. In 2006 Jennifer returned to France for a television film revolving around the life of Jeanne Poisson, la Pompadour. The film title is Jeanne Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour (2006). Jennifer plays La Dauphine, who is the wife of Jeanne Poisson's husband's best friend. She plays an older character, rather than the usual character she on which she previously focused. ... Source: Article "Jennifer Decker" from Wikipedia in English, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.

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