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|Date of Birth||March 22, 1988 (age 25)|
- Tania's Mother is French, and her father is of American-Russian descent.
- Tania can speak fluent French.
- Her first big acting role was in the TV series Malcolm in the Middle playing the recurring character of Cynthia Sanders. She appeared in five episodes between 2000 - 2002.
- In 2002 she starred in the film Children on Their Birthdays and in 2003 she played Lauren O'Keefe in the sitcom The O'Keefes which only lasted for 7 episodes.
- Over the years she has appeared on several television shows including Providence, The Brothers Garcia, The Nightmare Room, That's So Raven, The Guardian, NCIS and Bones (with Tamara Taylor).
- In 2006 she wrote and directed the short film 'Cell Division'.
- In 2007, she was featured in the Maroon 5 music video "Won't Go Home Without You."
- In 2008 she starred as an accent-loving waitress in the 2008 comedy 'Still Waiting,' the sequel to the 2004 comedy 'Waiting' starring Justin Long and Ryan Reynolds.
- In 2009, she played lead roles in the feature films 'Wild Cherry' and 'Elsewhere'.
- She features in the indie film "The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle" released in 2010.
- 2011 was a productive year for Tania. she appeared in 3 feature films: 'Trophy Kids', 'Chillerama' and 'Losers Take All', and a short film: 'Red Alert'. She was a leading character on MTV's Horror/Comedy television series 'Death Valley', and made a guest appearance on 'Hawaii Five-0' alongside fellow Lost alumni Daniel Dae Kim and Terry O'Quinn.
- In 2012 she starred in and was an associate producer on the feature film 'Blue Like Jazz'.
- In 2013 Tania appeared in the Lionsgate feature film 'Texas Chainsaw 3D', the remake of the cult horror hit 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre', playing Nikki.
- Playing the role of Alex Rousseau required Tania to wear blue contact lenses, since her eyes are naturally brown.
- In 2011 Raymonde won the 'Best of the Fest Ensemble Cast Award' at the Breckenridge Festival of Film, along with the rest of the cast, for 'Trophy Kids'.