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Christof Veillon

Christof Veillon was born and raised in Lyon, France and studied Theater in Paris. He performed at La Comédie Française, Théâtre de la Ville in Paris, and numbers of Theaters in France and in Europe. He has appeared in several TV movies and films. From 2010 to 2016, Christof leaved in the US. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, he began his American career by directing and performing a tribute to the famous Serge Gainsbourg. In 2011, he went on to play leads in independent films and act in local Theater productions like "Théâtre du Rêve -Theater of theDream";. He traveled back to Paris to the Théâtre National de Chaillot as an actor in “Vicious Dogs on Premises” with Witness Relocation, a New York City-based production company. In 2013, he played a role in the James Wan’s feature film “The Conjuring.” For 4 years he served as Co-Artistic Director of TdR (Theater of the Dream). Christof wrote and directed in 2014 “Jardin des Tuileries – Time Travel,” presented in conjunction with an exhibit in partnership with the Musée du Louvre at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. That same year, he directed the one-night fashion-theatre- dining event “SO COCO” - inspired by Coco a play by B.M Koltès - at the Goat Farm Arts Center. He performed in the Out of Hand Theater production “White Rabbit, Red Rabbit.” He then met Marc Fleury with whom he traveled to Berlin to record the very first versionof POÈMES ÉLECTRONIQUES and performed live on ALEX TV show with the Liquid Sky Berlin artist collective. He then directed and performed POÈMES ÉLECTRONIQUES The Birds Eye at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia. Today, Christof leaves in the area of Lyon, France, he performed and directed a other version of Poèmes Électroniques in Paris last September 2016 at the 59 RIVOLI. More recently he directed a performance called "Encre Salive Sueur et Sang" at the BOZAR in Brussels during the Afropolitan Festival.

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