Lea Mornar was born in Split, ex Yugoslavia, now Croatia. With age 17 she escaped the war. She went to London where she was cast in a string of music videos for high profile artists including Suede "Trash" and Muse "Uno". Her performance in the music clip "Bonnie & Clyde" for the German punk band Die Toten Hosen got her the lead part in the film "Love Your Neighbour" by German director Detlev Buck. For her performance in "Love Your Neighbour" Lea was awarded with the New Faces Award. More German movies followed, as well UK, Italian and Austrian productions including "Joy Division" by Reg Traviss, "Don't Look For Me" by Tilman Zens, "The Truth" by George Milton, "Nobel" by Fabio Carpi and "The Pagan Queen"-USA production with Lea in a lead role directed by Constantin Werner. One of the recent movies Eastalgia by Daria Onyschenko-a German, Ukrainian, Serbian co production has been nominated for No Fear Award at The First Step Award and has won Studio Hamburg New Talent Award. Eastalgia was a opening film at Hof International Film Festival and has been shown at many International Festivals. Lea has just finished shooting a German Spanish co Production "Still alive-Not falling" by Ana Rodriguez Rosell-opposite Birol Ünel, "Synchronised" by Prem Kavi opposite Stipe Erceg and "Alphatier Trology" by American Director Matt Lambert-for Westernhagen. "The Lack" by Masbedo-a Italian movie produced by Vivo Film and Beatrice Bulgari with Lea in one of the lead roles is selected for the 71 Venice Film Festival. Currently filming "Adieu Berlin" Directed by Stefano Garrone and "Meeting Kalkbrenner" Directed by Matteo Berdini.