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Marlene Lawston is a Actor American born on 1 january 1998

Marlene Lawston

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Birth name Marlene Lawston
Nationality USA
Birth 1 january 1998 (20 years)

Marlene Lawston (born January 25, 1998) is an American actress. Marlene's onscreen debut came in the 2005 thriller Flightplan. She has also appeared in an episode of Blue Bloods.

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Filmography of Marlene Lawston (3 films)

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Actress

Dan in Real Life, 1h38
Directed by Peter Hedges
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romantic comedy, Romance
Actors Steve Carell, Juliette Binoche, Dianne Wiest, John Mahoney, Marlene Lawston, Emily Blunt
Roles Lilly
Rating67% 3.3990953.3990953.3990953.3990953.399095
Dan Burns (Steve Carell) is a newspaper advice columnist, a widower, and concerned, borderline-helicopter, single-parent to his three girls, -older teens Jane (Alison Pill), and Cara (Britt Robertson), and precocious, young Lilly (Marlene Lawston). The family takes a trip from their New Jersey suburban home to the rambling, Rhode Island home of his parents (Dianne Wiest and John Mahoney) for an annual family gathering. Also in attendance are Dan's sister and brother (Norbert Leo Butz) their families and his younger brother, Mitch (Dane Cook), a shallow, though likeable personal trainer based in New York City.
Bratz Kidz: Sleep-Over Adventure, 1h14
Directed by Sean McNamara
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Actors Britt McKillip, Haley Ramm, Chantal Strand, Nicole Muñoz, Marlene Lawston

In the beginning, the Bratz Kidz (Yasmin, Cloe, Jade, Sasha, and Meygan), along with Sasha's dad, go off to the new girl, Ginger's house. The Wispings, Ginger's parents, set up the sleeping bags in a room. Ginger explains that she has never had a sleepover before. So Jade, Yasmin, Meygan, Cloe, and Sasha assure her that they'll help make the party fun and a great experience for Ginger. They do makeovers, have a runway show, and a dancing contest. Sasha and Meygan start making up their own dances, such as "The Worm" and "The Funky Fashion Monkey". Later, Ginger's mom tells everyone that it is time for bed. A while later, the girls wake up and decide to tell scary stories. But Ginger tells the girls that her mom said it was bedtime. The kids explain that her mom doesn't expect them to sleep and that telling stories is what slumber parties are about.
Flightplan
Flightplan (2005)
, 1h38
Directed by Robert Schwentke
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action
Themes Films about terrorism, Transport films, Aviation films, Dans un avion, Disaster films, Films about aviation accidents or incidents, Films about hijackings
Actors Jodie Foster, Peter Sarsgaard, Erika Christensen, Kate Beahan, Greta Scacchi, Sean Bean
Roles Julia
Rating62% 3.1499953.1499953.1499953.1499953.149995
Kyle Pratt (Jodie Foster), a U.S. aircraft engineer employed in Berlin, Germany, is widowed with a six-year-old daughter Julia (Marlene Lawston) after her husband David (John Benjamin Hickey) falls off the roof of their building to his death. Kyle decides to bury him in their hometown back in the U.S., on Long Island, NY. They fly aboard a passenger aircraft, the engines of which Kyle helped design. After falling asleep, Kyle wakes to find that Julia is missing. She begins to panic, and Captain Marcus Rich (Sean Bean) is forced to conduct a search. None of the passengers remember seeing her daughter, Julia has no register in either the Berlin airport or the passenger manifest, and Kyle cannot find Julia's boarding pass. Marcus and the other crew members suspect that Kyle has become unhinged by her husband's death, and has imagined bringing her daughter aboard. One flight attendant Stephanie (Kate Beahan) is particularly unsympathetic. Faced with the crew's growing skepticism regarding her daughter's existence, Kyle becomes more and more desperate. Because of her increasingly erratic, panicked behavior, air marshal Gene Carson (Peter Sarsgaard) is ordered to guard and handcuff her.