Monet Mazur

Monet Mazur

Birth name: Monet H. Mazur
Born: April 17, 1976
Age: 42
Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, U.S.
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Biography

Monet H. Mazur (born April 17, 1976)[1] is an American film and television actress.

Mazur was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Ruby Mazur, an illustrator known for creating the "tongue" logo for the Rolling Stones,[2] and her mother Valerie Chasin, who was a model. Mazur is the oldest of four siblings, the only daughter, all given first names that are the last names of famous artists (Monet, a brother named for Matisse, and twin brothers named for Cézanne and Miro).[2] Mazur is of Jewish ancestry on her father's side.[3][4] Mazur's cousin is Epic Mazur of the band Crazy Town, in which she appeared in the music video to their song "Revolving Door" alongside Kimberly Stewart.[5]

In the summer of 2005, Mazur gave birth to son Marlon, her first child, with husband, British film director Alex de Rakoff, whom she married in April 2005. In 2011, they had a second child, named Luciano Cy.[6]

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Career

Mazur began modeling and acting in her teens. One of her most well-known ad campaigns are the three TV commercials for Gap she did with director Adam Daelay in 1999: "Everybody in Cords", "Everybody in Leather" and "Everybody in Vests" in which she sings. She has appeared in a number of widely released films in the past several years, including Torque, Dead Man Running, Monster-in-Law, Stoned and Just Married. She has also appeared in several television shows, including Castle, CSI: Miami, Cold Case, Strange World, Chuck, and Rizzoli & Isles.

Early in the first (2009) season of the television series NCIS: Los Angeles, Mazur appeared in a single episode as a Secret Service agent who is enamored with Chris O'Donnell's lead character. While the role was to potentially be recurring, Mazur’s character did not reappear on the series.[7] She appeared in three episodes, over 2009 and 2010, of Castle as Gina, the publisher and ex-wife of character Richard Castle.

Filmography

Films

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Addams Family Values Flirting Woman
1995 Raging Angels Lila
1997 Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery Mod Girl
1998 Welcome to Hollywood Girlfriend at Audition
1999 The Mod Squad Howard's Girlfriend - Sally
1999 Mystery Men Becky Beaner
2001 Blow Maria
2001 Angel Eyes Kathy Pogue
2001 The Learning Curve Georgia
2002 Sadie's Daydream Lead Model Short film
2002 40 Days and 40 Nights Candy
2002 Stark Raving Mad Vanessa
2002 Comic Book Villains Kiki Video
2002 Kiss the Bride Antonia 'Toni' Sposato
2003 Just Married Lauren
2004 Torque Shane
2005 Monster-in-Law Fiona
2005 In Memory of My Father Monet
2005 Stoned Anita Pallenberg
2006 Whirlygirl Alice (Whirlygirl)
2007 Live! Abalone
2008 The Last International Playboy Carolina
2008 The House Bunny Cassandra
2009 Dead Man Running Frankie

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Days of Our Lives Brandee Fields 4 episodes
1995 Kansas Lindsay Television film
1995 Party of Five Erica Episode: "Ready or Not"
Episode: "Falsies"
1999 Strange World Cassandra Tyson Episode: "Lullaby"
1999 Jack & Jill Laurie Tindell Episode: "Not Just a River in Egypt"
2006 Capitol Law Katja Television film
2007 CSI: Miami Lindsay Wade Episode: "Born to Kill"
2007 Cold Case Margot Chambers '89 Episode: "Thick as Thieves"
2009 Dark Blue Liz Franco Episode: "Ice"
2009 NCIS: Los Angeles Secret Service Agent Natalie Giordano Episode: "Keepin' It Real"
2009 Castle Gina Griffin Episode: "Flowers for Your Grave"
Episode: "A Deadly Game"
2010 Castle Gina Cowell Episode: "Anatomy of a Murder"
2010 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Heidi Custer Episode: "Doctor Who"
2010 The Good Guys The Cleaner Episode: "The Whistleblower"
2010 Chuck Barbara Episode "Chuck Versus the Leftovers"
2012 Adopting Terror Fay Hopkins Television film
2012 Rizzoli & Isles Georgette Wilkins Episode: "Money Maker"
2015 Love Is a Four-Letter Word N/A Television film
2018 All American Laura Fine-Baker Series regular

Video games

Year Title Role Notes
2014 Transformers Universe Astrae Voice

Music videos

Year Title Artist Notes
2001 "Revolving Door" Crazy Town

Other credits

Year Title Role Notes
2017 Snatch Associate Producer TV Series; 10 episodes
Charities

Monet Mazur supports the following charitable cause: Children.

[ Source: Wikipedia ]