Claire Forlani Biography
Claire Forlani born Claire Antonia Forlani, is an English actress.
Forlani entered the Arts Educational School in London at the age of 11, where she began to study acting. During her six years at the school, she also studied dance, which led to performances on stage in The Nutcracker and Orpheus in the Underworld.
In 1993, Forlani was cast in the television mini-series JFK: Reckless Youth and the film Police Academy: Mission to Moscow. In 1995, she played the supporting role of Brandi Svenning in Mallrats. In 1996, Forlani appeared in a supporting role as Sean Connery’s daughter in the film The Rock.
In 1998, she starred in Meet Joe Black. In 1999, she starred in Mystery Men. She then appeared in Antitrust, a thriller released in January 2001.
In 2003, she co-starred in The Medallion, in 2005 Green Street Hooligans. In 2007, in Hallam Foe. In Autumn 2006, Forlani joined the cast of CSI: NY in a recurring role as a medical examiner, Dr. Peyton Driscoll. In February 2007, Forlani portrayed Tori Bodeen in the film version of Nora Roberts’s best-selling book Carolina Moon. In 2008, she starred opposite Daniel Craig in Flashbacks of a Fool. In 2011, Forlani played Queen Igraine in Camelot.
In 2010, Forlani made an appearance in NCIS: Los Angeles as Agent Lauren Hunter. In 2015, Forlani was one of the narrators of the documentary Unity. In 2016, the second episode of Hawaii Five-0 introduced Alicia Brown, a retired criminal profiler portrayed by Forlani. In a recurring role, Brown helped the Five-0 team to find a serial killer.
Claire Forlani Age
Claire Forlani was born on 17 December 1971 in Twickenham, London, to Barbara, who is English, and Pier Luigi Forlani, a music manager from Ferrara, Italy.
Claire Forlani Husband
Forlani married Scottish actor Dougray Scott on 8 June 2007 in Italy.
Claire Forlani Son
Claire Forlani’s son, Milo Thomas Scott, with Scottish actor Dougray Scott, was born on 27 December 2014.
Claire Forlani Family
Claire Forlani is the daughter of Barbara, who is English, and Pier Luigi Forlani, a music manager from Ferrara, Italy. Her parents moved to San Francisco in 1993, in order to allow for wider casting opportunities in Hollywood films.
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Claire Forlani Movies
2017: Crystal Inferno
2016: Precious Cargo
2013: Another Me
2011: Love’s Kitchen
2009: Not Forgotten
2009: Shannon’s Rainbow:
2008: Flashbacks of a Fool:
2008: Beer for My Horses
2007: In the Name of the King
2007: Hallam Foe:
2005: Green Street
2005: Ripley Under Ground
2005: Shadows in the Sun
2004: Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius:
2004: Gone Dark
2003: The Medallion
2000: Boys and Girls:
1999: Mystery Men
1998: Meet Joe Black
1998: Into My Heart
1997: The Last Time I Committed Suicide:
1996: The Rock:
1996: Garage Sale
1994: Police Academy: Mission to Moscow
1992: Gypsy Eyes
Claire Forlani TV Shows
2016–2017: Hawaii Five-0
2016: Running for Her Life (AKA Run to Me)
2011–2012: NCIS: Los Angeles
2009: False Witness
2007: Carolina Moon
2006: Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King
2006–2010: CSI: NY
2005: Untitled David Diamond/David Weissman Project
2005: Shadows in the Sun
2003: The Pentagon Papers
1993: JFK: Reckless Youth
1992: Press Gang
1991: Press Gang
Claire Forlani Interview
Q: What do you do to relax?
Q: What can’t you live without?
A: Water. I drink a lot of bottled water.
Q: What’s your workout routine?
A: I workout about an hour a day, six times a week. I run, hike, jump rope.
Q: On the set of “Meet Joe Black,” you requested a 24-hour treadmill. Why?
A: I really need it for my mental health. When you’re in hotels, the gyms don’t open at appropriate times or they only have two treadmills and somebody will be on it, and I only have 45 minutes before I have to be on set.
Q: How often and for how long do you run?
A: I do about five miles a day. Sometimes I don’t run at all.
Q: How do you take care of yourself?
A: Badly. It’s a struggle because of my schedule. I try to eat right, drink a lot of water and get sleep but I haven’t really managed to do them so well.
Q: What are some of your favorite things?
A: Food and sunsets. But my favorite thing of all is love.
Q: A lot of your movies revolve around a love theme of love. Why do you choose these roles?
A: So far, love is what I connect to best and what I’m most interested in.
Q: Favorite clothes?
A: I’m very straightforward and pretty boring. Jeans and black pants are my staple.
Q: Do you follow a special diet?
A: No, but I’m working on that. I just quit smoking, so it’s something I need to look at differently now.
Q: What gives you substance?
A: My friends, meditation and therapy. I like to do different things like sit in a lotus position and think of a white light.
Q: What do you wear when relaxing?
Q: What do you wear for a big night out?
A: Depends, for me comfort is key. I’ll wear high heels if they’re comfortable.
Q: Do you have any special beauty tips?
A: Sleep and water. Uva Vita moisturizer is fantastic.
Q: What do you use to accessorize?
A: A watch and maybe a bracelet.
Q : Whose style do you most admire?
A: I love the way Sarah Jessica Parker dresses in “Sex and the City” – it’s all so original and fun.
Q: My closet is full of…
A: Black pants.
Q: Some would say I have too many…
A: Cashmere sweaters.
Q: Some would say I have too few…
A: Pairs of underwear.
Q: What aspect of your style do your friends tease you about?
A: That I wear the same thing too often.
Q: What would you love to own but would never buy for yourself?
A: An old, dark blue Jaguar – they’re mechanically useless, but they’re just so beautiful to look at.
Q: If you had more free time, what would you do with it?
A: Sleep. I’m obsessed with sleep.
Q: What tricks have you learned over the years from makeup artists?
A: Clinique cover-up, and don’t use lip cream at night, because you’ll need it a lot less during the day if you don’t use it at night.
Q: What don’t you ever leave home without?
A: I forget everything. My feet.
Q: Now that you’re blonde again, are you going to stay this way?
A: No, I’ll be brown next week. I like to be me when I’m not performing.
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