Lola Forsberg

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Lola Forsberg
Born (1999-02-01) February 1, 1999 (age 18)
Santa Monica, California
Occupation Actress

Lola Forsberg (born February 1, 1999) is an American film actress.[1]

Biography[edit]

Lola Forsberg was born in Santa Monica, California on February 1, 1999.[1] Her mother is stage director and film producer, Karen Goodman[2][3] Forsberg and her father is filmmaker Eric Forsberg.[4][5] Lola Forsberg's first feature film was as the baby in Christopher Coppola's Bel Air,[6] shot in 2000. Her first speaking role was as a precocious child on the pier in Alain Silver's White Nights[7] shot in 2004.

Since then Lola Forsberg has had major roles in Alien Abduction (2005), Snakes on a Train (2006), Night of the Dead (2006),[8] Torture Room (2008), and Sex Pot (2009),[1] as well as the music video Feel the Disease by Kissing Violet. Ms Forsberg is a regular player in the films of The Asylum[9] and Cerebral Experiment productions.[10] She has also been in numerous television commercials including one for the Ameriquest series that aired during The Super Bowl in 2006.[11]

In 2010 Lola Forsberg had a small role in the SyFy Original Movie Mega Piranha. In 2011 Lola was selected by Tijuana Entertainment as the subject for a children's weight loss and fitness reality show for Lifetime.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Lola Forsberg - IMDb
  2. ^ http://www.1313fx.com/resume.pdf
  3. ^ https://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=41652570746
  4. ^ About | Big Bear Horro-Fi Film Festival
  5. ^ Lola Forsberg
  6. ^ Bel Air (2000) - Full cast and crew
  7. ^ White Nights (2005)
  8. ^ http://www.bigbearhorrorfilmfest.com/special-guests/lola-forsberg
  9. ^ The Asylum
  10. ^ Eric Forsberg's Site Front Door
  11. ^ ameriquest misunderstood 03 - YouTube

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