Lydie Denier

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Lydie Denier
Born (1964-04-15) April 15, 1964 (age 53)
Saint-Nazaire, France
Occupation Actress, model
Years active Model: 1978–
Actress: 1985—

Lydie Denier (born April 15, 1964) is a French model and actress. She has appeared in numerous TV series and films.


Born in Saint-Nazaire, France, Denier was raised in Martinique, attending school at the Lycee Shoelcher in Fort-de-France. When she was 14 she became a model, appearing in magazines such as Vogue and ELLE among others. She began traveling the world when she was 16 years old, spending time in Africa, the Caribbean, and Germany, where she got her first record deal with Polygram, as a ballad singer. She visited Los Angeles on vacation and decided to stay and pursue an acting career. She began appearing in videos and commercials while she refined her English skills and studied acting.

In 1988 she had her first feature film appearance in the U.S. in Bulletproof, with Gary Busey. She went on to a moderately successful run with recurring appearances in several TV series, most notably General Hospital, The Flash, The Ellen Burstyn Show, Starman, among others.

In 1991, she had another big break when she was cast as Jane Porter for the Tarzán series. She came to the attention of Zalman King, who cast her for a leading role in Wild Orchid II: Two Shades of Blue, as well as an appearance in the Red Shoe Diaries series. She has worked with Drew Barrymore, Martin Landau, Cynthia Rothrock, Teri Garr, Kathleen Quinlan, and others.

In 1995, she was briefly engaged to J. Christopher Stevens.

In 1996, after appearances in Silk Stalkings, Tarzan: The Epic Adventures, Conan the Adventurer, and The New Adventures of Robin Hood, she was cast as a spy in the series Acapulco H.E.A.T..

In 2000, she released her own calendar. She continues to appear in films and television shows such as Spin City, Gilmore Girls, and Hammerhead.

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