Moon Dailly is a French-American actress based in Los Angeles, working on both sides of the Atlantic. Her multicultural heritage has allowed her to portray diverse characters in English, French, German, Chinese Mandarin and Spanish.
American audiences discovered her comedy and action skills in TNT’s Transporter: the Series, and she gathered an international following when she joined the cast of NBC’s procedural drama Crossing Lines as series regular Anne-Marie San, alongside Donald Sutherland and William Fichtner.
In France, Ms. Dailly was the female lead on the television crime series Magellan, and shared the silver screen with Academy Award winner Jean Dujardin (The Artist) in the critically acclaimed OSS 117: Lost in Rio.
Moon is also a singer (she sang the theme song for Gilles Marchand’s feature film Black Heaven), a motion capture and voiceover actor, and television host.
Moon grew up speaking three languages at home (French, English and Cambodian), and spent her childhood moving between Asia (Japan, Hong Kong), the Middle East (Qatar), Africa (Senegal, Rwanda) and Europe (Sweden, France), before attending high school in Washington DC.
Having graduated from a French Ivy league university with degrees in Law and Communications, Moon is as comfortable eating a Pho on the side of a dirt road, as she is breezing through a five-course meal with diplomats at the Tour d’Argent in Paris.
Thanks to her multi-cultural background and her experience on international co-productions like Transporter and Crossing Lines, Moon understands the challenges of bridging cultural gaps, and enjoys utilizing her background to bring people and projects together. To this end, Moon recently expanded her skill set to include content creation, specializing in female-driven projects.
Upcoming projects include a Webseries about two single moms, an action feature film called Amezan, and a documentary about French actors in Hollywood.