Lea Mornar

Actress - HR
Born November 9, 1972 in Split, Croatia

Mini-Biography:
Lea Mornar was born on November 9, 1972 in Split, Croatia. She is Actress, known for Liebe deinen Nächsten (1998), Die Stunde des Wolfs (1999), Polizeiruf 110 - Dettmanns weite Welt (2005), Lea Mornar's first movie on record is from 1998. Her last motion picture on file dates from 2007.
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Lea Mornar Filmography [Auszug]
2007: [01.16] Große Lügen! (Cast: Psychologin), Directed by Jany Tempel, with , Claudia Mehnert, Sissy Höfferer,
2005: [] Polizeiruf 110 - Dettmanns weite Welt (Cast), Directed by Bernd Böhlich, with Edwin Marian, Andreas Schmidt, ,
2005: [] Sieh zu, dass du Land gewinnst (Cast), Directed by Kerstin Ahlrichs, with Anna Maria Mühe, Susanne Bormann,
2004: [] Such mich nicht (Cast), Directed by Tilmann Zens, with Udo Schenk, ,
2001: [11.16] Nobel (Cast: Gretchen), Directed by Fabio Carpi, with Hector Alterio, Stanislas Merhar, Giovanna Mezzogiorno,
1999: [01.26] Die Stunde des Wolfs (Cast: Ketuta), Directed by Hermine Huntgeburth, with Thomas Reisinger, Richy Müller, Zeze Möhring,
1998: [/ /1] Liebe deinen Nächsten (Cast), Directed by Detlev Buck, with Moritz Bleibtreu, Frank Giering, Elsa Grube-Deister,

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