Welcome to Tania Raymonde Fan, the latest online resource dedicated to the talented actress Tania Raymonde. Tania has been in films like "Wild Cherry", "Texas Chainsaw 3D", "Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret" and "Deep Blue Sea 3". She has also been in TV shows like "Lost", "Death Valley", "Switched at Birth", "The Last Ship" and "Goliath". This site is online to show our support to the actress Tania Raymonde, as well as giving her fans a chance to get the latest news and images.
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KYLE and KEVIN: Did we do it? podcast
Aug 27, 2022 / Veronique   Articles & Interviews

Futra Days trailer
Aug 10, 2022 / Veronique   Futra Days Videos

New film
Jul 20, 2022 / Veronique   The Stenographer

Emile Hirsch, Shane West, Kelli Garner, And Tania Raymonde Join Benacus Entertainment Film “The Stenographer”

Emile Hirsch (Once Upon A Time In Hollywood) , Shane West (Gotham), Kelli Garner (Lars and the Real Girl), Tania Raymonde (Lost) are set to star in the thriller The Stenographer by Benacus Entertainment.

The film is produced in association with RNF Productions. Mick Davis (Modigliani, The Invisible) penned the script and will also direct. Supporting cast includes David Keith ( Firestarter) and Steve Coulter (Yellowstone).

The feature film, currently shooting in Atlanta, tells the story of Walden Dean, an unassuming court stenographer in a small southern town. When he discovers he is dying, he decides to exact revenge on criminals who escaped their prosecution.

“We are thrilled to have such an ensemble of talented cast, under the guidance of our great Writer/Director Mick Davis. Daily we watch these talented actors create magic by bringing to life the words of one of the best scripts we read in a while,” said producers Seth Michaels and Sara Sometti Michaels of Benacus Entertainment.

Benacus Entertainment is an established production and production service company based in Atlanta, Georgia Who develop and finance their own slate of original content, credits include Southern Gothic, St Agatha and I’ll Be Watching.

Specializing in the acquisition and sales of quality films, series and documentaries from all over the world, Iuvit, the international sales agency, is handling the global sales of the picture.

Emile Hirsch is represented by Neil Bajaj at UTA

Shane West is represented by Paradigm, Luberrocklin and Fuller Law

Kelli Garner is represented by Authentic talent and Lit management and lawyers Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman, Warren, Richman, Rush, Kaller, Gellman Meigst, Fox

Tania Raymonde is represented by Gersh and Untitled Entertainment.

Source: Deadline.com

Photobook magazine outtakes
May 06, 2022 / Veronique   Gallery Photoshoots

I added 8 outtakes to the gallery from Tania’s shoot for Photobook magazine.

Death Valley screencaps
Mar 14, 2022 / Veronique   Death Valley Gallery Screencaps

I made screencaps of Tania in the 2011 TV series “Death Valley”. Click on the gallery link below to see all caps from each episode.

Photobook Magazine interview
Dec 16, 2021 / Veronique   Articles & Interviews Gallery Goliath Photoshoots

Tania Raymonde has starred in shows like Malcolm in the Middle, Lost, and Big Bang Theory, but her role in Goliath is unforgettable. She worked alongside Billy Bob Thornton on this Amazon series; the fourth and final season premiered late September of this year.

How did you get your start in acting, and would you have done anything differently?
It was a school play in 4th grade. I got the part of Dorothy by default because the girl they cast was failing Bio or something and started acting in TV shows shortly after that. Malcom in the Middle came around and it and rocked my world. I was in love with Frankie Muniz and convinced we were destined to get married. That obviously didn’t happen, but I’d found my passion and my life made sense after that. I think I’ve been very lucky actually. I figured out what I wanted to do for the rest of my life when I was 12. That’s the luckiest thing that’ll ever happen to me. I could have spent 10 years trying to make a career out of something I suck at, like math, cooking, or yoga.

What is your favorite role you have played, and why?
Alex on Lost. Absolutely. I’d just turned 17, shipped to Hawaii, and dropped off in the middle of the jungle. Not exactly, but that’s what it felt like. Alex was fiery like me, she was rebellious in the same way, experienced the pangs of first love on the show just like I was. Every day in Hawaii felt like I dream, I got to look at the ocean every morning on my way to work, perfectly warm days shooting in the jungle, nature everywhere, in the middle of rainstorms, on the tops of mountains overlooking the whole island. The Hawaiian people were so cool, the cast incredible and badass, catering would even fish in the morning right off set for lunch in the afternoon. Walking around Waikiki at night in a t-shirt, looking at parrots in the trees, even McDonalds tasted better over there. I’d never been in a place so beautiful in my life.

How did you research and prepare for your role on Goliath?
I watched a lot of episodes of Taxicab Confessions, the old doc series on HBO. It was a hidden camera show. The cab driver would pick up riders in New York on a night shift and just talk to them on camera. He worked late, when all the clubs were getting out, picked up lots of escorts and prostitutes, sometimes riding with their pimps, sometimes alone. Because it was all real, it really helped to listen to their stories, and see how these women behaved, how their talked, what their lives were like. Other than that, I didn’t fixate on it too much and made sure I knew my lines.

Do you wish you could’ve had more time (more seasons) to tell the story, or do you feel like four seasons was sufficient?
I’ve grown so attached to being Brittany the last four years. I would play this character into her 80s! Can you imagine an ex-escort turned private eye living in a retirement home? Sounds like a great idea. But everything happens for a reason, good things end, and this fourth season wraps the story and characters up in a beautiful, elegant way. This final season is my favorite of all, I think. Brittany and Billy’s relationship was complicated, loving, beautiful, and sad but playing her all these years. What makes me truly happy is we left her in a better place than we found her in season one. She got her life back into shape, asserted herself, and fought her demons, in no small part thanks to Billy. They lived a beautiful story together, those two have a very special kind of friendship.

What is one thing you want viewers to remember about your character, Brittany Gold?
Her bravery, her humor, and her excellent taste in bandeau dresses.

Whom do you look up to in the industry?
Billy Bob Thornton. Hands down the coolest cat I’ve ever met. I’ve never had more fun acting with anyone ever, period. I marvel at what he can do, and how easy he makes it look. It’s whole other level of performance with Billy, it’s almost different to describe how magnetic he is. It’s been a privilege, honestly, it doesn’t get any better. On a more personal note, my buddy Arjen Tuiten is a FX make-up artist and his work is genius. He’s the hardest working person I’ve ever met and gotten to know in this business.

What is a show you would love to work on and an actor that you dream of working with?
White Lotus is hilarious. I’d love to work on something like Better Things. Pamela Adlon makes me laugh like crazy. My ultimate dream right now would be to get cast in Season 2 of Squid Game. I’m particularly obsessed with it, I was Player 067 for Halloween, anyone who says they’re a bigger fan than I can fight me on it. And Damon Lindleloff’s a brilliant writer and creator. I’d would love to work with him again.

What are the necessities that get you through a long day of filming?
I sleep a ton, it’s gross how much sleep I need. So, I’d say lots of sleep. And many candy breaks in between takes for a little pick me up. Movie sets are a treasure trove for all the best candy you don’t let yourself eat in your normal life. Also, the rule is calories on set don’t count. So, I definitely load up when I’m shooting, tootsie rolls and sour patch kids in my wardrobe pockets at all times.

It can be tough growing up in the industry, and you got an early start. How do you feel this has impacted you? I imagine you have a wonderful support system.
I’ve loved every aspect of this profession from the beginning. Even when I was kid preparing for parts, and going on auditions, even waiting rooms at casting calls were fun for me. Sure, there’s stress involved, it’s competitive and all that, but the feeling I get, doing my thing on set, collaborating with cool artists and writers and great actors. I’m so damn grateful!

What are your goals for the future?
I’ve gotta do a period piece, play a princess in a castle somewhere at least once, that’s on the bucket list. I can’t wait to travel more for work, I find shooting on location enchanting, and filming in a place I haven’t been yet always fuels me. It’s one of the reasons I think Lost felt so special. So yeah, New Zealand, Zimbabwe, Turkey? Bring it on, movie gods. I’m looking forward to collaborating with directors I’ve loved ever since I can remember, Jim Jarmusch, Harmony Korine, Paolo Sorrentino, who knows whom I’ll work with next. That’s another thing that’s nuts about being an actor. I have no idea whom I’ll be playing next. A CIA agent in the Middle East? A high school teacher in Ohio? It’s always a surprise, every time.

This is the best job in the world.

What are your socials?
I’m on instagram @tania.raymonde

Source: photobookmagazine.com

Colcoa French Film Festival – Between Two Worlds Opening Night Premiere
Nov 06, 2021 / Veronique   Events & Premieres Gallery

Here’s a new photo of Tania at the Colcoa French Film Festival – Between Two Worlds Opening Night Premiere on 1 November 2021.

Cliffs of Freedom screencaps
Nov 06, 2021 / Veronique   Gallery Screencaps

I made screencaps from Tania in the film “Cliffs of Freedom”. Click on the gallery link below to see all caps.

Goliath’s Tania Raymonde: Inside a Day in My Life (US Weekly)
Oct 05, 2021 / Veronique   Articles & Interviews Gallery Photoshoots

Vacation mode on! Tania Raymonde took some time to relax before her TV show, Goliath, returned to Amazon for its fourth season, and she gave Us Weekly an exclusive look at her enviable European trip.

Raymonde, 40, headed to Corsica, a Mediterranean island known for its mix of French and Italian culture, but she wasn’t there just to relax on the beach. Her mother is a Corsica native, and Raymonde still has family there, including her grandmother.

The bilingual star, who fans might recognize from Malcolm in the Middle and Lost, was born and raised in Los Angeles. However, the California native was sent to a French school, Lycée Français de Los Angeles, as a child. She’s fluent in the language that her mother grew up speaking.

Raymonde’s life is pretty different from that of her Goliath character, Brittany Gold. She has starred as the paralegal/sex worker opposite Billy Bob Thornton in Amazon’s legal thriller since 2016. Goliath season 4, which started streaming September 24, finds Raymonde’s Brittany more worried than ever about Thornton’s Billy McBride as he works to take down a pharmaceutical giant.

Brittany’s story comes to an end in the fourth and final season of Goliath, but Raymonde is just getting started. In addition to acting, she writes and directs, making her quite the triple threat.

The actress shared exclusive vacation photos with Us Weekly to show a day inside her life in Corsica. Scroll down to see more:

9 a.m.
“I’m visiting my family in Corsica, so this is me enjoying a very tiny coffee at my Grandma’s balcony for breakfast,” Raymonde told Us. “It’s got a great view overlooking the square called La Place St. Nicholas. I could sit and watch the ships come into the port all day.”

2:15 p.m.
“After a very leisurely morning (I’m still jet lagged) I went antique shopping in the old neighborhood of The Citadel,” Raymonde added.

3 p.m.
Raymonde joked that she was following local customs when she took a call on a scooter. “When in Corsica, one must always take important business calls on a Vespa,” she said.

4:45 p.m.
“No day is complete without a stop at a café for a drink before dinner,” Raymonde declared. “This one’s my favorite, it’s water flavored with Licorice and Mint, and it’s the prettiest color. My Mom’s miniature Schnauzer approves (though he might be color blind.)”

5 p.m.
“And finally, dinner — which starts late and ends very late,” Raymonde explained. “Some delicious cheeses to end the meal with fresh green tomato jelly, scraps for the family pup, and a beautiful view of the Place at night.”

Source: usmagazine.com

Goliath Video Interviews
Sep 28, 2021 / Veronique   Articles & Interviews Goliath Videos






















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