Laëtitia Eïdo is a French actress (from a Lebanese mother) whose international career includes roles in the US with HBO/Cinemax action series "Strike Back", alongside Sullivan Stapleton and Philip Winchester (2012 - in english); in France, with ARTE channel docufiction "The Destiny of Rome", in which she played Cleopatra (2011 - greek & latin) and the successful comic TV series "Hero Corp" where she was an Indian superhero (2010 - French); in Algeria, as the leading role of the historical long feature "Fadhma N'Soumer" (2014 - berberian); and in Israel/Palestine, in "Dancing Arabs" (French title: "Mon Fils") by Eran Riklis ("Lemon Tree"), alongside Yaël Abecassis and Ali Suliman (2014 - arabic & hebrew). And more recently in the tv-series "Voix de Garage" and "Fauda", in which she plays a mysterious "woman with the red car" and a Palestinian doctor (french & arabic).
Laëtitia was first trained in classical acting techniques in Paris theatre schools; then with Peter Brook, Jacques Lecoq and Philippe Genty companies; and in the Meisner technique in New York. She got graduated at La Sorbonne-Nouvelle in "Scenography and New theatrical forms and writing" (Master 2) and published her thesis in the "Registres" theatre magazine. Due to her Architecture studies background, she also worked several years as a set designer on theatre projects and movie sets. She started on stage, with various projects including the Greek tragedy "Andromaque" (Racine), the French classic comedy "The Dispute" (Marivaux), the Operetta "Phi Phi", and singing theatre with "Merci l'Ours".
Her multicultural ethnic look has enabled her to work in 7 languages, with more projects in Lebanon, Spain and the States on the horizon.