|Years active 2012–present||Movies A Real Vermeer|
|Born 4 March 1993 (age 24) (1993-03-04) Deerlijk, Belgium|
Occupation Actress, model and author
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Lize Feryn (born 4 March 1993) is a Belgian actress, model and author of Flemish descent.
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Lize Feryn earned a degree in artistic secondary education in 2011 in Drama & Diction at the Leuven Lemmens Institute. She also had a part-time arts education in Diction at the Peter Benoit Academy in Harelbeke. She stopped full-time training in Art History as it was incompatible with her work as a model for IMM Models in New York City and Milan.
Feryn played the lead role of Marie Boesman in the drama In Flanders Fields by Jan Matthys. Her character is a 15-years old girl who quickly matures amidst the horrors of the First World War. She was cast in 2011 and performed the role in 2012. The ten-part series aired in January 2014 on the VRT-owned Eén. Based on the series, she wrote the book Dagboek van Marie (Diary of Marie), published in 2014 by Manteau. Her second book, Dagboek van Marie : Brieven van Marie verschenen (Diary of Marie: Letters of Marie) was published in 2014.
Additionally she guest starred in Aspe (as Nathalie Creemers), Vermist (as Denise Klaessens), in the short film Andromeda and in thee BBC-historical drama The White Queen as Princess Bona from France. She worked in several musical productions for Harelbeke amateur company Arte Del Sueno.
As a model she participated in several fashion shows for Calvin Klein, United Colors of Benetton, Carlo Pignatelli, Natan and Joanne Vanden Avenne and posed for magazines such as Verena, Marie Claire, Glam*It, Pure and Velvet.
She guest starred on 10 September 2015 in Flemish Eén's television series Voor wat hoort wat, by Geoffrey Enthoven, about young criminals who have to perform community services in a nursing home.