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Saturday, March 7, 2009

Who is Liliane Rudabet Gloria Elsveta Sobieski?

Who is Liliane Rudabet Gloria Elsveta Sobieski?The world knows her has Leelee Sobieski [1][2]) is an American actress. Sobieski rose to fame in her mid-teens with her appearance in the movie Deep Impact. She has received an Emmy nomination for the 1999 TV movie Joan of Arc, and two Golden Globe nominations for Joan of Arc and the TV movie Uprising. Leelee has a strong resemblance to Helen Hunt.

Sobieski was born June 10, 1982 Who is Liliane Rudabet Gloria Elsveta Sobieski in New York City. Her parents are American novelist/screenwriter (who also works as Sobieski's manager) Elizabeth (née Salomon); and a French painter/artist Jean Sobieski. Jean Sobieski appeared in French and Italian spaghetti Westerns during his youth and dated actress Jean Seberg.[2][3]
Sobieski's first name, "Liliane", was the name of her paternal grandmother. One of her middle names, "Elsveta", is derived from "Elżbieta" which means "Elizabeth" in Polish.[4] Sobieski's younger brother Robert attends Princeton University.[5][6] Sobieski's maternal grandfather, United States Navy captain Robert Salomon, was Jewish and Sobieski grew up in a "pan-religious" family; she has said that she is "proud of [her] Jewish roots".[7][8] She has stated that her "...great great granduncle" was John III Sobieski,[9] an elected king of Poland who saved Europe with the Polish army in 1683 to lift the siege of Vienna from Ottoman Turks. No proof of her claim has ever been presented.
Sobieski speaks fluent French and does not speak Polish.[9] Her father currently lives in France.[10]
She attended Trevor Day School[11] and spent her summers in her paternal grandfather's ranch in the Camargue.[2] Sobieski attended Brown University but dropped out after two and a half years. She is an ardent fan of Nina Simone and has a half Yorkshire Terrier, half Pomeranian dog named after her. She didn't get her ears pierced until 2006, when she was 24.

Sobieski rose to fame in her mid-teens with her appearance in the movie Deep Impact (1998)[12] and played a modern Lolita in Stanley Kubrick's
Eyes Wide Shut (released in 1999, she was not even fifteen when her nymphet-like scenes were shot). She was playing alongside Tom Cruise: she recalls he was "very kind and considerate with me", and says her most vivid recollection of Stanley Kubrick was that he "genuinely seemed to hold something magic".[13]
The title role in the TV movie Joan of Arc (1999) earned her an Emmy nomination and a Golden Globe nomination and a second nomination followed her portrayal of Tosia Altman in the TV movie Uprising (2001).
Sobieski's fluency in French landed her roles in the Merchant Ivory Film A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries (1998), L'Idole (2002) and the miniseries Les Liaisons dangereuses (2003) with Catherine Deneuve
and Rupert Everett, an adaptation of Laclos's classic novel of sexual intrigue.

After the September 11 attacks, Sobieski appeared on The Tonight Show. She read her poem entitled "This Day And All The Rest".


A Horse for Danny
Danny Bara

Jungle 2 Jungle

Deep Impact
Sarah Hotchner

A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries
Charlotte Anne 'Channe' Willis

Never Been Kissed
Aldys Martin

Joan of Arc
Joan of Arc

Eyes Wide Shut
Milich's Daughter

Here on Earth
Samantha 'Sam' Cavanaugh

My First Mister

Joy Ride
Venna Wilcox

The Glass House
Ruby Baker

Tosia Altman
Sarah Silver

Liselore von Peltz.

Les Liaisons dangereuses
Cécile de Volanges



Heavens Fall
Victoria Price

In a Dark Place
Anna Veigh

The Wicker Man
Sister Honey

The Elder Son

Walk All Over Me

In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

88 Minutes
Lauren Douglas

Acts of Violence
Olivia Flyn

Finding Bliss
Jody Balaban

Night Train

Public Enemies
Polly Hamilton


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