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Misty Marshall

Misty Marshall was born on a stage...well, almost! Being the child of two performers, she spent much of her childhood in front of an audience. She was in her first play by the age of four, and quickly developed a love for the theater. She became involved in countless plays, working both onstage and backstage. As a teenager Misty attended New ... See full bio »
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Just My Luck
Just My Luck Mud Dancer
Laundry Day
Laundry Day Officer Douvert
Health Cops: New Orleans
Health Cops: New Orleans Fitness Choreographer
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Haunted High Female Acolyte


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 2015/II Laundry Day (completed)
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 2012 Haunted High (TV Movie)
Female Acolyte
 2006 Just My Luck
Mud Dancer
 2004 Health Cops: New Orleans (TV Mini-Series)
Fitness Choreographer
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 2003 American Idol (TV Series)
- Cut 'Em Up (2003) ... Herself

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