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Carmela Marner

Carmela Marner is an actress, known for Mission: Impossible (1996), Eyes Wide Shut (1999) and Puss in Boots (1988). See full bio »
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Mission: Impossible
Mission: Impossible Kiev Room Agent
Eyes Wide Shut
Eyes Wide Shut Waitress at Gillespie's
Puss in Boots
Puss in Boots Princess Vera
Beauty and the Beast


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 2008/I Quid Pro Quo
A Female Wannabe
 1999 Eyes Wide Shut
Waitress at Gillespie's
 1998 The Mrs Bradley Mysteries (TV Series)
Pamela Storbin
- Speedy Death (1998) ... Pamela Storbin
 1997 Casualty (TV Series)
Domenique Menandez
- Make Believe (1997) ... Domenique Menandez
 1996 Hetty Wainthropp Investigates (TV Series)
- Fingers (1996) ... Gianetta
 1996 Call Red (TV Series)
- Baptism of Fire (1996) ... Maria
 1987 Beauty and the Beast
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 1988 Puss in Boots (performer: "Love at First Sight", "Genteel", "Love at First Sight (Reprise)", "Stick Your Neck out Now and Then", "A Happy Cat (Reprise)")
 1987 Beauty and the Beast (performer: "What Would You Do Without Us")
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 2012 Log vs. the Space Intruders (Short) (location manager) (completed)

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Daughter of Eugene Marner and Carole Lucia Satrina.

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