Patricia Riggen is a Mexican Film Director, Producer, and Screenwriter. She worked for many English movies and TV shows. Patricia was born on the 2nd of June in the year 1970. She was born in Guadalajara, Mexico. Initially, she worked as a journalist and wrote a few documentaries. She pursued her degree in Communication, Sciences.

She later left to New York to pursue a career in the entertainment field. She completed her Master’s Degree in Directing and Screenwriting from Columbia University in New York City. While she was at Columbia University, she directed a few short films and documentaries. She married Checco Varese, a cinematographer.

They have a daughter. Patricia started her career as an Assistant Director for two feature films, Perfect Target (1997) and Moctezuma’s Revenge (2002). She then started writing and producing a few short films and documentaries. Later, she wasn’t satisfied with her work and took a break from movies.

She made her comeback as a Director with the film Under The Same Moon (2007). She then started working for more films like Girl In Progress (2012), Disney’s Lemonade Mouth (2011), The 33 (2015), and Miracles From Heaven (2016). Patricia also directed an Amazon Prime’s TV Series Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan (2018) which was a major hit. She directed more TV series like Fox’s Proven Innocent (2019) and CBS’s Surveillance (2019).

Marilou Berry

Born in Paris, France, on February 1, 1983, Marilou Berry is a French director, screenwriter and performing artist. She is a daughter of Philippe Berry, a sculptor and Josiane Balasko, a director and actress. She is likewise the niece of performer Richard Berry and the cousin of on-screen character Josephine Berry. Berry went to Condorcet High School and Bilingual International School. She appeared in a drama named My Life Is A Hell coordinated by her mother Josiane Balasko, in which she acts with Richard Berry, her uncle. Being dispassionate about studies, she quitted high school in second grade and applied at the Conservatoire de Paris. Berry worked in movies as two parts of a round and complex adolescent, who discover their salvation in the music. She married a business leader name Arnaud Schneider in 2013. Now, Berry is in a relationship with Alexis, called as "Le Diamantaire" a street artist since 2017. In the film name Look at Me directed by Agnès Jaoui, she played a role of Lolita, a young lady needing acknowledgment, pulverized by the reputation of her writer father, and a melodious artist in 2003. She also played a part in the motion picture the first time I turned 20 written and directed by Lorraine Lévy as Hannah Goldman, the only girl in all boys school jazz band in 1950. Her execution earned her a Golden Star Award 2005 for the Female Revelation and a César selection for Best Female Hope in 2004. She did a theatre play name Toc Toc written by Laurent Baffie for which she won Molière honor for the theatrical revelation. Furthermore, on the silver screen, it became a piece of the immense appreciation of mainstream comedies such as Nos Jours Heureux and Once upon a period in the wadi. The next years, two performers put to the acknowledgment endow her with the second part in Sophie Marceau's La Disparue de Deauville, a crime based on a novel in 2007 and her particular mother, Josiane Balasko's Client in 2008. At the end of the year, she played her first part in the blackly comic drama Vilaine coordinated by Allan Mauduit and Jean-Patrick Benes. She acted the part of Melanie, a young lady too kind and fills in as a worker in a service station. Her execution earned her a nomination for 2009 César award for the best female hope. Berry plays a role in the Mallory Grolleau's The flesh of my flesh, a short film in 2010. What's more, she became a piece of the choral cast of the mainstream parody Pascale Pouzadoux's La Croisière in 2011. In any case, in 2013, she comes back with two ventures. First, Jean-Marc Rudnicki's The Queens of the ring, in which she is a part of the ladies' group of four assembled for the parody, close by Corinne Masiero, Nathalie Baye, and Audrey Fleurot. Second, Agnès Obadia's Josephine, in which she has a lead role. From 2014, she proceeded with the recording of the follow-up of movie Josephine rounded off, for which she additionally goes to the acknowledgment, rather than Agnès Obadia. The film discharged on 10 February of 2016. In the interim, she showed up in the motion picture Valentin Valentin, a comedy of ethics by Pascal Thomas and she assumed a supporting part in the rom-com Under the same roof, coordinated by Dominique Farrugia. The movie released in 2017. That year, Berry became the star of the Lionel Steketee's The New Adventures of Cinderella, a parody comic drama.

Marilou Berry English Actress