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Cliche, Karen 1976–

CLICHE, Karen 1976–


Born July 22, 1976, in Sept–Iles, Quebec, Canada. Education: Graduated from Rosemount High School, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1993; studied psychology for a year at college.

Addresses: Contact—c/o MCM, 7012 St–Laurent, Suite 200, Montreal, Quebec H2S 3E2, Canada.

Career: Actress. Also worked as a model; previously worked at a McDonald's and as a bartender.


Film Appearances:

Kate, The Collectors, New City Releasing, 1999.

Woman on train, Tunnel, PM Entertainment Group, 2000.

(Uncredited) Alex, Heist (also known as Le vol), Warner Bros., 2001.

Savannah, Protection, Alliance Atlantis Communications, 2001.

Karla, Wrong Number, Tsunami Entertainment, 2001.

Christine, Dorian (also known as Pact with the Devil), Moonstone Entertainment, 2001.

Stefanie LeDuc, Summer, 2002.

Alex, Riders (also known as Steal, $teal, Extreme inconduite, and Team Riders), Miramax, 2002.

Television Appearances; Series:

Marsha, Misguided Angel, 1999.

Gabby Maine, All Souls, UPN, 2001.

Essie Rachimova, Vampire High, YTV, 2001.

Marissa, Undressed (also known as MTV's Undressed), MTV, 2001.

Lind, Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimensions (also known as Galidor), Fox, 2002.

Mackenzie Previn, Adventure Inc., syndicated, 2002.

Lexa Pierce, Mutant X, syndicated, 2003–2004.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Muriel, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (also known as The Prophesy of the Tiger), syndicated, 1999.

Irina, Lifecorps receptionist, Race against Time, TNT, 2000.

Tamara, Stiletto Dance, HBO, 2001.

Darla Tedanski, I Do (But I Don't), Lifetime, 2004.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Danielle Dessaulltels, Largo Winch: The Heir (also known as Largo Winch and Largo Winch—Gefaehrliches Erbe), Mystery Channel, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Kim, "Witch College," Big Wolf on Campus, Fox Family, 1999.

Princess Tristan, "What's Vlud Got to Do with It?," Big Wolf on Campus, Fox Family, 2002.



Karen Cliche Official Site,, October 8, 2004.

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