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Estelle Chailloux

Estelle Chailloux is known for her work on One Day (2011), Paris, je t'aime (2006) and La femme du Vème (2011). See full bio »

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Known For

One Day
One Day Casting Department
(2011)
Paris, je t'aime
Paris, je t'aime Casting Department
(2006)
La femme du Vème
La femme du Vème Casting Department
(2011)
Rape Me
Rape Me Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(2000)

Filmography

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 2015 Lui au printemps, elle en hiver (TV Movie) (extras casting: Paris)
 2014 Maintenant ou jamais (extras casting)
 2013 La rupture (TV Movie) (casting)
 2013 The Love Punch (background casting)
 2012 The Returned (TV Series) (extras casting - 2 episodes)
- Lucy (2012) ... (extras casting)
- Serge et Toni (2012) ... (extras casting)
 2012 Bye Bye Blondie (extras casting - uncredited)
 2011 La femme du Vème (extras casting)
 2011 One Day (extras casting director: France)
 2008-2009 SoeurThérèse.com (TV Series) (extras casting - 2 episodes)
- Crime d'amour (2009) ... (extras casting)
- Meurtre au grand bain (2008) ... (extras casting)
 2009 La taupe 2 (TV Movie) (casting: small bits and extras)
 2006 Paris, je t'aime (child extras casting)
 2005 Le parfum de la dame en noir (extras casting)
 2005 Le petit lieutenant (extras casting)
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