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France Demoulin is a Belgian-born actress holding both U.S. and Belgian passports. She studied at the famous Parisian school "Cours Florent" and a year later landed her first supporting actress role in a film by award-winning French director Pierre Granier-Deferre, "Private Tuition". She was then noticed by Francis Huster who cast her in his film.

After the birth of her daughter, Laura Serafini, she moved to Rome, Italy where she was cast as the lead in "Supplì", directed by Vincenzo Verdecchi and presented at the Settimana della Critica of the Venice Film Festival. The film was a success and Demoulin was immediately cast in "Take me Away", which was nominated at the Italian Golden Globe for best screenplay. The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival. Demoulin won Best actress in several festivals and appeared on the cover of the Italian Esquire. In 1996, France was cast in many American commercials, and she decided to move to the U.S. Shortly after, France was offered her green card and became a SAG/AFTRA actress. In the summer of 2005, Laura was the victim of a tragic banana boat accident which took her life. Crushed, France chose to heal in Los Angeles where her daughter was buried. It was there she met her favorite actor, Tim Robbins, and was accepted as a lifelong member of his troupe, The Actor's Gang. In 2016, she became a U.S. citizen and appeared in the award-winning TV show "The Fosters", along with "Good Trouble". Being trilingual in English, French, and Italian, France resides between Europe and the U.S.

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