Lise is a bilingual actor, writer and director based between London, Paris and Glasgow. Born in France from a Chinese mother and a French father, she had her first experience onstage as a child in a ballet performance. She then started training to become a contemporary dancer. Unfortunately due to a serious injury, she was forced to change careers. She took interest in sound design and editing, worked as a radio producer for several years. She also took part in a radio show about food & wine, as a reporter and commentator.
In 2020, she decided to be true to her artistic self and embarked on her acting journey. She trained on the “Acting Foundation Course” at Rose Bruford College in Edinburgh, Scotland. Upon graduation and with fellow graduates Jen Cassidy and Jack Hills, they took part in “Framework Festival”: Scotland’s First Emerging Theatre-Makers Festival, co- writing and performing in “Acting Appropriately : A Commentary on the Female Experience in Edinburgh”, a documentary-theatre play about street harassment. She then wrote, performed in and directed her first short film about sex addiction, “45 Weeks Later”, an official selection at Festival Angaelica in 2022.
In France, she played lead roles in several short films, and got her first TV part in “Icon of French Cinema” a comedy-series written and directed by Judith Godrèche and produced by Arte, the European Culture channel.
She is also a regular voice actor, doing dubbing and voice over work for clients such as HBO, Disney & Radio France, and she is an alto singer, skilled in classical, jazz and pop music, lead and choir work.
Lise enjoys cooking and eating very much, she loves being surrounded by the natural world, has a passion for walking, horse-riding, and sailing.