Mini Bio (1)
Marie France is a graduate of fine arts from a Beaux Arts School and of liberal arts from the Sorbonne in Paris, France. She has been designing costumes for 27 years, and began her career collaborating with musician-composer Prince, designing his features "Purple Rain" and "Under the Cherry Moon", and his music videos.
While designing for other music videos, she worked with such artists as Nathalie Cole, Don Henley, Tina Turner, Rod Stewart, Steve Winwood and George Clinton, to name a few.
Marie France subsequently designed the following features: "Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey," "Tom and Huck," "The Borrowers," "Whatever Happened to Harold Smith," and "Garfield" - all directed by Peter Hewwitt. She also has worked with director Vondie Curtis Hall on "Waist Deep" and "Gridlock'd" and director Ernest Dickerson on"Bulletproof," and "Never Die Alone." Other credits include "Encino Man," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "Stop or my Mom will Shoot", "Coneheads," "Keys to Tulsa", "The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit", "Black Knight", "The Dangerous Life of Altar Boys" and "A Texas Funeral" - among others. She also worked on the pilot for the hit series "Beverly Hills 90210" and on the pilots "Zip" (2008) and "Bad Mother's Handbook" (2008).
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Marie France