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Marcus Jean Pirae Poster

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Marcus Jean Pirae first appeared in the British independent film 'Somnolence', as well as many other low budget and short films in the UK. He came into the Hollywood arena after landing the role of "Mr Fuktastik" in MGM's 'Bulletproof Monk', produced by John Woo, starring opposite Chow Yun-Fat, Seann William Scott and Jaimie King. He was next seen in 'La Femme Musketeer' starring as Captain Villeroi, acting opposite Gerard Depardieu, John Rhys-Davies, Michael York and Nastasya Kinski. Shortly after, he began shooting another lead role, in the multi award winning, American indie feature film 'Stripped Down', closely followed by playing the part of Dr. Marshal Peters in 'Supernova' alongside Peter Fonda. Earlier this year he played the role of 'Alan Campbell Johnson' in 'Viceroy's House' acting with Michael Gambon and Hugh Bonneville. Pirae currently resides between Los Angeles and Mumbai.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: VE

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