Mathilde Dehaye

Mathilde Dehaye is a versatile actress and passionate artist who was raised in a multicultural environment, surrounded by her Russian grandfather, German grandmother, and Belgian parents.
While growing up in the small city of Liège (Belgium), she took dancing classes for over a decade, trained in improvisation, and performed in various plays throughout the years, coached by professional comedians. She also played some violin, sang, painted on silk and wrote poetry.

Two months after graduating from high school, she took a leap of faith and made her way to New York City to pursue her dreams.
She first studied Meisner at The Acting Studio under James Price, then completed a "One Year Acting for Film Conservatory" program at The New York Film Academy, and finally graduated with a "Two Year Acting Conservatory" diploma from The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute.

Mathilde portrayed the pivotal character of Amity in both seasons of the J.J. Abrams & Stephen King series Castle Rock, now available on multiple streaming platforms across the globe, such as Hulu, Apple Tv, and Amazon Prime.

She’s been called "absolutely hypnotic" by John Saavedra of Den of Geek!, "magnetic" by Cheryl Eddy of Io9, and "fearless" by Darek Thomas of Monday Morning Critic Podcast, just to name a few.

Mathilde also finds much joy and inspiration in her writing.
She won The Strasberg Works Award for her first full length play Snow White and The Beast, which was tapped for production Off-Broadway in NYC, directed by Renoly Santiago (Hackers, Con Air, Daylight).
She then wrote and played the lead in her first short film, Rhythm in Me, which ended up at The Cannes Short Film Corner as well as at The Palm Springs International ShortFest, directed by Niav Conty (Small Time, Joy Ride,Outworld).
Later that year, Mathilde wrote and acted in Free Your Mind, Free Yourself, a show which included different forms of visual arts, choreographed and directed by no other than Renoly Santiago.

Mathilde was raised in a multicultural environment, surrounded by her Russian grandfather, German grandmother, and Belgian parents. While growing up in the small city of Liège (Belgium), she took dancing classes for over a decade, trained in improvisation, and performed in various plays throughout the years, coached by professional comedians.

Two months after graduating from high school, she took a leap of faith and made her way to New York City to pursue her dreams.
She first studied Meisner at The Acting Studio under James Price, then completed a "One Year Acting for Film Conservatory" program at The New York Film Academy, and finally graduated with a "Two Year Acting Conservatory" diploma from The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute.

Since 2018, she's been portraying Amity in the J.J. Abrams & Stephen King series Castle Rock, now available on multiple streaming platforms across the globe, such as Hulu, Apple Tv, and Amazon Prime.

She’s been called "absolutely hypnotic" by John Saavedra of Den of Geek!, "magnetic" by Cheryl Eddy of Io9, and "fearless" by Darek Thomas of Monday Morning Critic Podcast, just to name a few.

Mathilde also finds much joy and inspiration in her writing.
She won The Strasberg Works Award for a full length play she wrote which was tapped for production Off-Broadway, directed by Renoly Santiago (Hackers, Con Air, Daylight). She then wrote, produced, and played the lead in a short film which ended up at The Cannes Short Film Corner as well as at The Palm Springs International ShortFest.

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Credits Include

Year
Credit
2020 [IMDB]
Émigré
TV Series
2018 [IMDB]
Castle Rock
TV Series
2018 [IMDB]
The Pretenders
Film
2017 [IMDB]
The Sinner
TV Series
2017 [IMDB]
Search Party
TV Series
2017 [IMDB]
After the Outbreak
Film
2016 [IMDB]
The Story of Us
TV Series
2016 [IMDB]
The Perfect Murder
TV Series
2016 [IMDB]
Rhythm in Me
Short
2016 [IMDB]
Scenes from the Underground
Film
2015 [IMDB]
On the Case with Paula Zahn
TV Series docu
2015 [IMDB]
Most Evil
TV Series docu
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Nectar
Film
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The Stay
Film