Krystle Bijaoui

Hailing from a storied background in journalism and entertainment, Australian-born Krystle Bijaoui brings her passion, commitment, and relentless drive to The Agency.

Born and raised in Sydney, Krystle grew up immersed in the world of acting and has since enjoyed careers as a film actress, TV host, and editor. A gifted writer with a Master’s Degree in Journalism from The University of Sydney, she recently served as Editor-in-Chief of French Provincial Magazine, Australia’s top French fashion magazine. Krystle’s time behind the camera and at the helm of a magazine has proven invaluable in real estate; working alongside her husband, Laurent Bijaoui, her personable nature, business savvy, and confidence in closing complex deals make her an asset to a diverse and distinguished clientele across Los Angeles.

Krystle’s acting career has encompassed roles as both a television host and actress, including spots on Foxtel and as a celebrity red carpet host for The Oscars and The Golden Globes. She has starred in the films, Resilience Triumph = Love, which won best picture at numerous international film festivals, and Another Highway, featured in the short corner at Cannes Film Festival. Krystle studied at the prestigious performing arts school National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney.

When she’s not serving her clients in real estate, Krystle enjoys spending time with her husband and pup, Logan. She holds family, travel, and adventure close to her heart. An active philanthropist, Krystle has served as an Ambassador for Bully Zero Australia Foundation and Make-A-Wish Australia.

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3786 Wade Street 90066 SL18-08399

Picturesque Mar Vista cottage surrounded by lush landscaping that leads to a mature avocado tree. The centerpiece of the home is the gourmet kitchen which seamlessly yields to both the patio and open floor plan living space. This chef's dream features custo...

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