Liane Balaban

Liane Balaban

actress, writer

Liane Balaban was born on Jun 24, 1980 in Canada. Liane Balaban's big-screen debut came with New Waterford Girl directed by Allan Moyle in 1999. Liane Balaban is known for Tour de Pharmacy directed by Jake Szymanski, Andy Samberg stars as Marty Hass and Orlando Bloom as Juju Pepe. Liane Balaban has got 1 awards and 4 nominations so far. The most recent award Liane Balaban achieved is Toronto International Film Festival. The upcoming new movie Liane Balaban plays is Lullaby which will be released on Dec 16, 2022.

Born in Toronto in 1980, Liane Balaban is the daughter of a Catholic mother, a medical secretary, and a Jewish father from the former Soviet republic (now an independent country) of Uzbekistan, who works in a real estate. Balaban made her debut as the 15-year-old Mooney Pottie, a '70s misfit longing to escape the Cape Breton coal-mining town in Allan Moyle's New Waterford Girl (1999). She made a successful follow-up with Saint Jude (2000) by John L'Ecuyer. Currently a journalism student in Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto. Hosts her own show on the internet.

  • Birthday

    Jun 24, 1980
  • Place of Birth

    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Also known


Known For


1 wins & 4 nominations

Toronto International Film Festival
New Waterford Girl (1999)
Winner - Best Canadian First Feature Film - Special Jury Congratulation

Movies & TV Shows

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