Apr. 23rd, 1981
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Moon Dailly (born April 23, 1981) is a French-American actress. She grew up in several countries (Japan, Qatar, Senegal, Rwanda, Sweden, Hong Kong, USA) and went to University in France. She has a law degree, and a degree in Communication from one of France’s most prestigious Universities (Sciences Po). After graduating Moon briefly worked as a communication consultant, before deciding to follow her passion for acting.
Completely bilingual, she has had numerous roles both in French and English, and has lent her voice to several animation films and video games.
Moon’s noteworthy feature film roles include: The Countess in OSS 117 Rio ne répond plus where she played alongside Academy Award winner Jean Dujardin; Sam in Black Heaven (Cannes Festival Official Selection 2010); Melanie Killian in The Prodigies and more recently in the French blockbuster comedy La Vérité si je mens 3! where Moon acted exclusively in Mandarin. In television, Moon has shown her range in drama (including Beauté Fatale and Vitrage à la Corde); in comedy (including Platane and Zak); and in the action genre (Transporter: The Series).
Moon has been the female lead in the French Series Commissaire Magellan since 2011. In 2012, Moon joined the international cast of Crossing Lines, the new police procedural drama by Criminal Minds creator Ed Bernero. Alongside William Fichtner, Donald Sutherland and Marc Lavoine, she portrays Anne-Marie San, a police detective with atypical intellectual acumen. Crossing Lines will air on NBC in Summer 2013.
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