|Born||1990 (age 27–28)
New York City, New York, USA
|Website||Melissa Farman at the Wayback Machine (archived February 5, 2011)|
After being born in New York City, she moved to Paris and grew up in an English- and French-speaking home. At the age of ten Farman was accepted into the Bilingual Acting Workshop for professional actors in Paris.
Farman had a role in Cold Case and most notably in Lost as a young Danielle Rousseau. She has played in TV movies as well, including a role in Temple Grandin (an HBO biopic of Temple Grandin), and played Bristol Palin in the HBO Television movie Game Change. She also played Izzy in Call Me Crazy: A Five Film.