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Sekulic, Olga

Sekulic, Olga


Sister of Igor Sekulic (a director and producer).




Film Appearances:

Les soeurs Hamlet, Eurozoom, 1996.

Hilda, Les couloirs du temps: Les visiteurs 2 (also known as The Corridors of Time, The Corridors of Time: The Visitors II, and Les couloirs du temps), Gaumount Buena Vista, 1998.

Mary of Anjou, The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc (also known as Joan of Arc and Jeanne d'Arc), Sony Pictures Entertainment/Columbia, 1999.

Patricia, Virilite (also known as Manhood and Other Modern Dilemmas and Virilite et autres sentiments modernes), Lolistar, 2000.

Various characters, Elie annonce Semoun, Universal, 2000.

Junior military officer, The Truth about Charlie (also known as Die Wahrheit ueber Charlie), 2002.

Aurelie, Laisse tes mains sur mes hanches (also known as Leave Your Hands on My Hips), ARP Selection, 2003.

Blonde air hostess, Je reste!, Pathe, 2003.

Party guest, Les gaous (also known as Young, Beautiful and Screwed Up), Ocean Films, 2004.

Police officer, L'enquete corse, Gaumont Buena Vista International, 2004.

Air hostess, L'invite, EuropaCorp. Distribution, 2007.

Television Appearances; Series:

Katia, Evamag, [France], 1999.

Emma, Aix melodie, France 2 (FR2, France), beginning 2002.

Cecile, Allo T ou?, TF1 (France), beginning 2005.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Sonia, "La vie entre quatre murs," Docteur Sylvestre, France 3 (FR3, France) and Television Suisse-Romance (TSR), 1997.

Stage Appearances:

Appeared in stage productions in Paris.

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