About Sabine Crossen
|Also Known As||:||Sabine Camille Crossen|
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Sabine Crossen is an American-born bilingual actress (French mother, American father) who was born in the United States but grew up in NZ. When she was 20 years old, she moved to Paris to study acting at the Actorat Dramatic Arts College where she landed her first role playing the Virgin Mary. Sabine's first role in a feature film was playing an Elf in Lord Of The Rings. She has also written songs for several compilation albums winning 3 gold discs. In 2003 she had her first lead role portraying Kim Lee in the independent feature film Shadow Girl that won several awards; Platinum Award Houston (USA) and Thessaloniki (Greece) Best Image. During this time Sabine was also on the primetime Canal+ Hypershow presenting stars like David Bowie, John Malkovitch, The Cranberries and Adrien Brody. In 2005 after playing the Rita in Surface Sensible the blockbuster The Brice Man (starring Jean Dujardin star of The Artist) came out where she plays his young mother-in-law. During this time Sabine also presented for the Alcatel web TV filming in France and Spain over several years. 2006 brought In Memoriam II: The Last Ritual (In Memoriam won the 2003 best game award world), which gave her the lead role of Jessica Moses. Then, in 2007, Sabine played the lead female part of the alien Dragonfly Fairy in Car Academy, also interpreting the song "Superman" for the original soundtrack. The DVD won a double diamond disc in France. Sabine then discovered had the opportunity to play in several video games; Heavy Rain, Red Steel 2, Lana Del Rey. She then played June in the game that became the film Hitman with Timothy Olyphant and Olga Kurylenko. 3 years later she seduces Philippe Lellouche and Franck Dubosc in the movie Bienvenue A Bord (Welcome A Bord). In 2012, she films S.O.L.I.I.D a pre-quel for the feature film in which she plays the lead of a dangerous android. She then returns to Hong Kong to film the role of Joan in The Borderland starring Seydina Baldé. Back in Paris, she films Le Grand Méchant Loup (The Big Bad Wolf) playing a naughty dominatrix, then the role of a reporter in Crossing Lines directed by Daniel Percival ,and finally a Texan in The Love Punch.