Who is She
Liliane Hunt is an actor, writer, director, and performance artist whose avant-garde fashion sense has set her apart both on stage and off.
She was born in England where a world renowned gothic cathedral and medieval buildings surrounded her as she took her first steps down the cobblestone streets. At a young age she was gifted her very first “dressing up box” full of costumes which was a universe filled with magic and endless possibilities. She competed on the awards circuit for drama, speech, and verse while earning a degree in theater and completing additional studies at the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Dividing her time between touring theater and teaching history. She worked in landmark locations across England teaching everything Medieval to Victorian. She assisted in developing the curriculum and facilitated award winning educational programs across the country before she was compelled to head to the bigger brighter lights of New York City. Later, moving on to San Francisco where she was recognized with a Goldie Award for her performance in The Censor. Shortly after, creating her own world with her fantastical family and one of a kind theater and production company, The House of Hunt.
The Tales of Beatrix Potter have always been a source of inspiration for Liliane. The walking-talking animals dressed in Victorian attire spawned a new generation of children’s literature. As an adult, drawing on those stories, her mission is to create incredible art inspired by these characters. She has filmed with both National Geographic and the Discovery Channel presenting topics in a way that is welcoming to everyone and has since brought thousands of people from all over the world together to express their common interests.
Featured in international magazines such as Diva and Bizarre and the Folsom Forever documentary on the San Francisco Folsom Street Fair, she has brought high fashion to venues where clothes are an afterthought. Not only winning the acclaim of critics but seducing the masses to question their own artistic expressions.
In addition to her extensive career in theater, Liliane is a fierce equal rights advocate for humans and animals using her platforms to spread awareness and give a voice to those who would otherwise not be heard. She also enjoys reading Emily Post and teaching etiquette and manners as she feels it to be the backbone of a society.