Lily-Rose Melody Depp was born on May 27, 1999, in Paris, France. The careers of her parents, actor Johnny Depp and singer and model Vanessa Paradis, would inevitably have great influence on Lily-Rose Depp's own professional path. She made her acting debut in the comedic thriller "Tusk" (2014), costarring her father and directed by Kevin Smith. Smith wrote the part of an ambivalent Canadian convenience store employee specifically for Depp, casting her alongside his own daughter Harley Quinn Smith, with whom Depp was close friends. Around the same time, Depp began modeling professionally. Shortly after the release of "Tusk," Smith wrote and directed a spin-off feature starring Lily-Rose Depp and his daughter Harley Quinn in reprisals of their "Tusk" roles. The film, "Yoga Hosers" (2016), debuted at Sundance Film Festival, accompanied by rumors of a third film by Kevin Smith starring the pair as the same characters: "Moose Jaws." Lily-Rose Depp also starred alongside Natalie Portman in the fantasy film "Planetarium" (2016).