Nadia Litz

Nadia Litz (born December 26, 1976) is a Canadian actress and director. She was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba. A former child actor, she has described herself as somewhat ambitious. She is of Russian, Polish and British descent, and the press has noted her small physical stature. She took an interest in films at the age of 6, and started living in Toronto at 17 to attend York University, but left to audition for the title role in the 1997 film version of Lolita, which she lost to Dominique Swain. Litz would go on to achieve a long acting resume, although she often received no money for her parts and instead chose projects she liked. In 1998 and 1999 she appeared in episodes of the Canadian television series Due South and Wind at My Back. She starred in Jeremy Podeswa's The Five Senses that screened at The Director's Fortnight in Cannes. She later received the title role in the short film Evelyn: The Cutest Evil Dead Girl (2002) by Brad Peyton.


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