Lunden De'Leon is an award nominated actress, model, music entrepreneur, filmmaker and politician who has appeared in over fifty movies and television shows.
Life and career[edit | edit source]
De'Leon has appeared in indie films and television shows like The Ladies Room, Surviving Paradise, Fury, Double D Avenger, Faux-Pas, Cryptz, Kickin Chicken, and Just Shoot Me. De'Leon went on to create and executive produce a number of independent films like the suspense thriller "Irrebuttable Presumption," "Undercover"[disambiguation needed] and "Veronica's Secret."
In May 2004, De'Leon was inducted into the Caribbean Hall of Fame and Los Angeles Mayor James K. Hahn issued a special proclamation declaring February 7 as Lunden De'Leon Day in the City of Los Angeles.
In 2008, De'Leon ran for County Councilwoman in her home state of South Carolina where she’s also the President of the Democratic Women’s Council.
In 2009, De'Leon recorded the dance song "Turn it Up" which hit the top 10 charts as one of the most downloaded songs by DJ's around the world.
In July 2009, De'Leon started Palmetto Film Studios, a film production and distribution company based in South Carolina. The company released the drama Last of a Dying Breed, the horror movie Stifle, Kill Jill, and Between Brothers.
In August 2012, De'Leon was cast in the GMC movie Somebody's Child.
In 2013, De'Leon appeared in the film We're the Millers, alongside Jennifer Aniston, Ed Helms, and Jason Sudeikis.
In 2015, De'Leon was added to Bravo Television's scripted pilot "True Fiction" portraying the recurring role of "Mutoni".
In 2016, De'Leon joined the cast of the Investigative Discovery Channel docu-drama "Murder Chose Me".
In 2018, De’Leon was nominated by the ICFF for “Best Actress in a Leading Role” for her role in the movie Pure Justice.
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