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CURRICULUM VITAE
FLORENTINE FRENCH
FLORENTINE (TINA) FRENCH
Actor
Writer
Translator
Dialogue/Acting Coach
100% Bi-lingual English and Spanish
Tina French was born in
Boston, Massachusetts, a
nd has lived in Mexico
most of her life. She
studied English Literature
a...
For several years, she wrote a weekly full page article in Mexico City’s
English language newspaper, The News, interviewin...
She had her own radio show every day
for five years on VIP Radio, where she
interviewed personalities such as Dave
Brubeck...
As a child, she won a
National Literary Award
for her short story
“Laika”, and received a
letter from Nobel Prize
Winner B...
As an actress she has participated in over 40 stage
productions in leading roles, in plays such as:
Under Milkwood, by Dyl...
She has participated as an actress in films such as
Fando y Lis, directed by Alexandro Jodorowsky
The House of Bernarda Al...
She translated the following plays that have had successful runs in Mexico:
Hamlet and Midsummer Night’s Dream, by William...
She worked as acting and dialogue coach in the following films:
Man on Fire, directed by Tony Scott
The Legend of Zorro,
d...
Available for work and travel anywhere in the world. US citizen.
Email:
tinitafrench@gmail.com
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Tina French (Curriculum Vitae). Avant - gard Actrees, she enrolled in experimental Mexican films of the late sixties and seventies, such as: Fando and Lis (Directed by Alexandro Jodorowsky, 1967), Anticlimax (Gelsen Gas, 1969), Alucarda (Juan López Moctezuma,1975), La Casa de Bernarda Alba ( Gustavo Alatriste,1980). As an actress she has participated in over 40 stage productions in leading roles, in plays such as: Under Milkwood, by Dylan Thomas, Exit the King, by Eugene Ionesco, Moctezuma II, by Sergio Magaña, The Balcony, by Jean Genet, King Lear, by William Shakespeare, La Celestina, by F. de Rojas, Pasiphae by Henry de Montherlant, The Ghost Sonata, by August Strindberg.






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Tina French

  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE FLORENTINE FRENCH
  2. 2. FLORENTINE (TINA) FRENCH Actor Writer Translator Dialogue/Acting Coach 100% Bi-lingual English and Spanish
  3. 3. Tina French was born in Boston, Massachusetts, a nd has lived in Mexico most of her life. She studied English Literature at the University of the Americas and earned a Performing Arts Degree at the renowned Seki Sano Actors Studio.
  4. 4. For several years, she wrote a weekly full page article in Mexico City’s English language newspaper, The News, interviewing international figures such as The Beatles, Jawaharlal Nehru, Bobby Kennedy, Frank Sinatra, Stan Getz, Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, José Feliciano, and others Stan Getz The Beatles
  5. 5. She had her own radio show every day for five years on VIP Radio, where she interviewed personalities such as Dave Brubeck, Thelonius Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, Paul Desmond and Joao Gilberto
  6. 6. As a child, she won a National Literary Award for her short story “Laika”, and received a letter from Nobel Prize Winner Boris Pasternak, congratulatin g her and saying he was “proud to be her fellow”.
  7. 7. As an actress she has participated in over 40 stage productions in leading roles, in plays such as: Under Milkwood, by Dylan Thomas Exit the King, by Eugene Ionesco Moctezuma II, by Sergio Magaña The Balcony, by Jean Genet King Lear, by William Shakespeare, La Celestina, by F. de Rojas Pasiphae by Henry de Montherlant The Ghost Sonata, by August Strindberg
  8. 8. She has participated as an actress in films such as Fando y Lis, directed by Alexandro Jodorowsky The House of Bernarda Alba, directed by Gustavo Alatriste, script by Luis Buñuel Alucarda, directed by Juan López Moctezuma
  9. 9. She translated the following plays that have had successful runs in Mexico: Hamlet and Midsummer Night’s Dream, by William Shakespeare him, by E.E. Cummings Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf? By Edward Albee Lion in Winter, by James Goldman The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, by William Blake The Rose Tattoo, by Tennessee Williams The Pelican, by August Strindberg
  10. 10. She worked as acting and dialogue coach in the following films: Man on Fire, directed by Tony Scott The Legend of Zorro, directed by Martin Campbell (to be released fall, 2005)
  11. 11. Available for work and travel anywhere in the world. US citizen. Email: tinitafrench@gmail.com

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