|Born||in Michigan, USA|
|Height||5' 8" (1.73 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Marguerite MacIntyre received her BFA from the University of Southern California, and subsequently trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London.
She has worked on and off Broadway, regionally, and in television and film. She made her Broadway debut as Avril/Mallory in "City of Angels", directed by Michael Blakemore. Favorite New York credits include originating the roles of: Bertha Mason/Scatcherd in "Jane Eyre", directed by John Caird; Sarah Stone in the adaptation of William Goldman's "No Way To Treat A Lady", directed by Scott Schwartz; Delphi in Alan Menken's "Weird Romance"; and Grace Farrell in "Annie Warbucks" directed by Martin Charnin.
She's starred regionally at the Papermill Playhouse, La Jolla Playhouse, Barrington Stage, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Scottsdale Center for the Arts, and at the Godspeed Opera House. In Los Angeles, she's performed at the Pantages, at Joe Stern's Matrix Theater, Garry Marshall's Falcoln Theater, and twice for the Reprise Series at the Freud Playhouse, including her third time working with idol, Larry Gelbart. She's done five original cast recordings and is the recipient of a Dramalogue award.
Marguerite made her prime time television debut as a guest star in the sixth season opener of Seinfeld (1989) as the beleaguered Miss Rhode Island. Since then, she's guest starred on Bones (2005), The Mentalist (2008), CSI: Miami (2002), CSI: NY (2004) and numerous others. She recurred most memorably opposite Michael Chiklis on The Shield (2002). She was series regular Abby Day on John Scott Shepherd's dramedy, The Days (2004) for ABC, followed by three seasons starring as Nicole Trager on ABC Family's TCA award winning sci-fi drama, Kyle XY (2006). Most recently, she's survived three seasons as Sherriff Liz Forbes on the CW hit, The Vampire Diaries (2009).
In 2011, Marguerite was hired by Michael Eisner's Tornante to write a twenty-part web series Pretty Tough (2011), adapted from the novel by Liz Tigelaar, produced by Vuguru Media and directed by Stewart Hendler.
She has recently inked a deal to write a feature film, @emma, for Darko Entertainment, and produced by "The Vampire Diaries" creator, Julie Plec.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: fairyspin
|Cary Lalonde||(21 December 2007 - present)|