Claire Lautier

Claire Lautier


Claire Lautier was born on Dec 31, 1969 in USA. Claire Lautier's big-screen debut came with Elf directed by Jon Favreau in 2003.

Claire Lautier has built a steady and successful career as an actress in theatre, television and film. She played a role in Le prince de Greenwich Village (2004), directed by David Duchovny and starring Robin Williams. Claire also played the television news reporter, Charlotte Dennon, in the Will Ferrell holiday comedy, Elfe (2003). Additional film credits include roles in Homecoming with John Heard and Betty Buckley, as well as By Courier (2001), directed by Peter Riegert (2001 Academy Award Nominee). In television, Claire has played roles in acclaimed dramas such as New York - Police judiciaire (1990), New York - Unité spéciale (1999) and has had numerous appearances on La force du destin (1970) and Haine et passion (1952).Her many years of theatre work in New York show a wide range of productions that span many genres. Broadway and Off-Broadway roles include Hedda Gabler (Mrs. Elvsted under-studied), Sarah (understudied and performed) in John Guare's Chaucer in Rome (Lincoln Centre Theatre). Claire has also performed roles in many other regional productions.Claire attended Gulf Breeze High School in the Pensacola Bay Area and became immersed in the drama program, being mentored by Margie Timmons. She then attended Duke University, double majoring in French and Drama and graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. Claire is also a graduate of the intensive Julliard Drama Division, from where she established her connections and honed her craft. Claire is a winner of the John Houseman Award for classical theatre and the Michel and Suria St. Denis Award, as well as a recipient of a Maxwell and Muriel Gluck Fellowship and a 1998 Fox Foundation Grant.

  • Birthday

    Dec 31, 1969
  • Place of Birth

    Pensacola, Florida, USA
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