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Dichen lachman: 2021

Dichen lachman: 2021

Dichen lachman

Actress

Dichen Lachman Photoshoot, October 2018

Dichen lachman, who is known for her roles in the television show The L Word and Labyrinth, may not have the resume of the top Hollywood actresses but she has impressed the critics with her versatile acting skills and for being one of the few women to gain recognition in the male-dominated industry. Some critics argue that she is taking the industry by storm because she has defied conventional gender norms, yet others argue that she has only accomplished these things because she is female.

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Lachman went on to portray Suren in the supernatural comedy-drama series Being Human (2012), Tani Tumrenjack in the military action-drama series Last Resort (2012–2013), Jiaying in the superhero drama series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2014–2020), Reileen Kawahara in the cyberpunk drama series Altered Carbon (2018–2020), and Frankie in the crime drama series Animal Kingdom (2018–present). (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

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Dichen Lachman is a famous, smart and beautiful actress who is famous for her work in movies including “The Great Wall,” “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny,” and “Sense and Sensibility”. She is also the face of Thierry Mugler's perfume “Angel”.

Lachman was born in Kathmandu, Nepal, and lived in Nepal until she was eight years old, before her family moved to Adelaide, Australia. Her mother was born in India and is of Tibetan descent, and her father is from Australia. She attended various schools in the area before attending Norwood Morialta High School, Annesley College, and University of Adelaide. (Source: dollhouse.fandom.com)

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Dichen Lachman was born on September 19, 1984, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, to a German father and a Khmer mother, a retired politician and cabaret singer. She attended high school at International School of Phnom Penh before transferring to Walnut Hill School in Philadelphia. She's best known for her role as Katniss Everdeen in the record-breaking film series The Hunger Games, as well as her more than 20 film and television credits since 2007.

 

 

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