Mini Bio (1)
Lâle is an Australian writer, actress, and costume designer. She recently won the 2019 Australian Writers' Guild Monte Miller Award for her short pilot script The Black Tulip and is writing the rest of the series funded by Scripted Ink. Limited. The script also won best short script at Florence Film awards 2019.
Lâle's pilot script Blue Mountain won Best Sc-Fi Screenplay in Los Angeles Film Awards 2018 and Best Short Script at the Red Carpet Film Awards NYC, 2018. The script was also in the official selection of Rome Prisma Awards 2018, and semi finalist in Los Angeles Cinefest 2019.
Lâle played a recurring role in Matilda Brown's series Lesson From The Grave, which screened on ABC in 2013 an 2014, and Foxtel's Let's Talk About. Lâle also designed the costumes for both series and 38 episodes of Deadly Women.
Lâle's first short film script The Palace That I Live In was produced in 2013 and had it's world premiere at the Palm Springs International Short Fest 2014. The film also screened in NYC Independent Film Festival 2015, Edinburgh Short Film Festival in 2015, and Tasmania Breath Of Fresh Air Film Festival 2016.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Lâle Teoman