|Height||5' 6" (1.68 m)|
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Marianne Bourg is a Luxembourgish-French actress.
She started acting at the age of 12 at her school's theater company and later joining Luxembourg's National Conservatory for Drama. After high school, she took acting classes at Cours Florent while studying Literature in Paris. Shortly after, Marianne traveled around Asia and settled down in Cambodia where she worked in a non-profit organization. She later studied Drama at the University of Cambridge and graduated from EDHEC Business School with a Master's in Finance and Economics. Realizing very soon that her passion for acting was calling too strongly for her to pursue a career in finance, she moved to the United States to start a full-time acting career.
After completing her MFA in Acting for Film in Los Angeles in 2013, Marianne made her feature film debut in the movie Wizardream with Malcolm McDowell. She has also appeared in many TV shows, such as NCIS (2003), Sangre Negra (2016), Awkward. (2011) and Angie Tribeca (2016).
In early 2015, Marianne won the award for Best Actress at CMF for her role in the movie Snake Eyes (2015). The movie was later invited to be screened at the Cannes Film Festival. In 2016, Marianne was once again invited to attend the Cannes Film Festival for the movies Happy Tree (2016) and Plaything (2016).
Marianne's most recent work includes the features films, The Room (2019), with Quantum of Solace (2008) actress, Olga Kurylenko, and the Spanish comedy, ¡He matado a mi marido! (2018). She is also currently touring in the French musical show, 'Welcome' by Patrice Thibaud and in the Broadway-bound play, 'No Place to be Somebody' by Richard Lawson.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous