|Born||27 January 1993|
Roxane Duran (born 27 January 1993) is a French-Austrian actress. She appeared in the Palme d'Or-winning 2009 film The White Ribbon. She also acted in the Le moine, a 2011 French-language film directed by Dominik Moll, an adaptation of Matthew Lewis's novel The Monk.
Early life and career
Duran made her professional theater debut at the age of 19 in a production of a play based on the life of Anne Frank written by Belgian playwright Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt. Her father is of Spanish descent and her mother is of Austrian descent. Duran is currently in the tv mini series Riviera, created by Neil Jordan with Julia Stiles, Iwan Rheon and Adrian Lester, produced by Sky Atlantic and to be aired summer 2017.
|2009||The White Ribbon||Anna||Michael Haneke||(In Competition – 2009 Cannes Film Festival)|
|2011||The Monk||Agnès||Dominik Moll|
|2011||17 Girls||Florence||Delphine Coulin et Muriel Coulin|
|2013||Michael Kohlhaas (film) (English: Age of Uprising: The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas)||Princess Marguerite de Navarre||Arnaud des Pallières||(In Competition – 2013 Cannes Film Festival)|
|2013||Mary Queen of Scots||Mary Seton||Thomas Imbach|
|2013||Midsummer||Anja||Bernhard Landen et Judith Angerbauer|
|2014||La Famille Bélier (English: The Bélier Family)||Mathilde||Eric Lartigau|
|2015||Paula||Clara Westhoff||Christian Schwochow|
|2014||The Witnesses||Laura||6 episodes|
|2017||Riviera||Adriana Clios||10 episodes|
|2012–2013||The Diary of Anne Frank||Anne Frank||adaptation of Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt|
|2014||Les Cartes du Pouvoir, the retitled French stage adaptation of the play Farragut North||Molly||written by Beau Willimon|
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- Morrow, Martin (14 January 2010). "Review: The White Ribbon". CBC News. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 20 March 2013.
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- Helliot, Armelle (4 September 2012). "Le Paris de Roxane Duran". Le Figaro. Dassault Group. Retrieved 20 March 2013.
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