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Mira Furlan

Born: 07 September 1955 (66 years old)
Gender: Female

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Mira Furlan is a Croatian actress and singer best known for her roles as the Minbari Ambassador Delenn on the science fiction television series Babylon 5 (1994-1998); and as Danielle Rousseau on Lost, from 2004-2010.






Television Roles

Show

Character

Ambassador Delenn

Ambassador Delenn

Ambassador Delenn

Ambassador Delenn

Ambassador Delenn

Maria Olsen

Danielle Rousseau

Danielle Rousseau

Danielle Rousseau

Danielle Rousseau

Danielle Rousseau

Dina Rici

Marlene Shields




LATEST ARTICLES

New on TV today: Friday 3 December

The 1st SA Amapiano Music Awards air on SABC1 and Parts Unknown returns to Curiosity.


Come Dine With Me South Africa 7: Episode 4 recipes

Chris, Gina, Kwaku and Ruvin. See their recipes, try them yourself and spice them with erotic seasoning. (Includes who won.)


Ask TVSA: What happened to Dr Phil on Mzansi Magic?

How to deal with the impact of a show suddenly disappearing from TV.


New on TV today: Thursday 2 December

SABC2 follows wacky pastor The Rev and HGTV fixes a Hot Mess House.


A Touch of Love Teasers - December 2021

Thapki and Bihaan marry because Dhruv takes too long to get to the ceremony.


Soapie Digest - December 2021

Your Ke Dezemba parcel of all teasers on TVSA in case you've missed your faves.


New on TV today: Wednesday 1 December

The final season of Lost in Space drops on Netflix and Random Breath Test returns to CBS Reality.


Emperor Ashoka Teasers - December 2021

Multiple attempts are made on Ashoka's life.


Isono Teasers - December 2021

Finale! Things are tense at HOG post the aftermath of many revelations.


Muvhango Teasers - December 2021

Two suitors for Gugu - who will she pick?

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