"Louisa Pili was born in Paris, where at the age of 8 she starred as Mathilde in The Girafe's Neck (Safy Nebbou).
Following this first lead role, she appeared at the Comédie Française as Louison in The Imaginery Invalid (Molière, by Claude Stratz).
Louisa has also voiced numerous animated films and French dubs, such as Fears of the Dark.
Her Feature films have included being cast as Clara Dega in Papillon (along with Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek), in an upcoming Blackpills series called The Show (Directed by Jan Kounen), and appears in Clint Eastwood's The 15:17 To Paris.
Louisa has written three short films and directed two of them, “Malia” and “Tape to”. In the summer of 2017, she wrote “Men Don’t Cry”, a feature crossroad narrative exploring the intricacy of men’s vulnerability.
Along with Parisian theatre work in Barefoot In the Park at the Theatre Coté Cour, she has voiced a wide range of adverts too (Gshock, Adidas…).
Louisa is now working on a pluridisciplinar trilogy, combining short film and music, photography and illustration. “
SCREEN CREDITS INCLUDE
Recent credits include:
‘Papillon (along with Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek)
Clint Eastwood's The 15:17 To Paris.
LOCATION: LONDON, ENGLAND, PARIS
HEIGHT: 5'2" (157 cm)
PLAYING AGE: 20 - 30
APPEARANCE: HISPANIC, MEDITERRANEAN
HAIR-COLOUR: LIGHT/MID BROWN