Marie is a Bristol based actor specialising in ensemble and devised work. She trained at the Ecole Philippe Gaulier in Paris and is now works in theatre, film and television. She likes to be constantly busy and creating, so do get in touch.
Marie is Bristol based actor, writer and diviser working in theatre, film, radio and TV.
She trained at the Ecole Philippe Gaulier (2011-2013) and has worked at The Almeida, The Soho Theatre, The Gate and the Arcola in London and at The Bristol Old Vic, The Tobacco Factory, Travelling Light and The Wardrobe in Bristol, The Pleasance, Edinburgh, The Bike Shed, Exeter, The Rondo, Bath and The North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford, among others.
Internationally she has worked with Menų Spaustuvė, Lithuania, Iodine Teater in Norway, and Open Air in Hradec Králové, Czech Republic.
‘The Cranes’ is her first project as one half of Hamilton//Harrisson, a collaboration with Christopher Harrisson formally of Rhum and Clay Theatre Company, and was developed with the support of Weymouth College, The Tobacco Factory and the Bristol Old Vic.
Marie was a finalist in the BBC Radio Drama Company’s Norman Beaton Fellowship 2017.
This Christmas, Marie will be at the West Yorkshire Playhouse performing in Sally Cookson’s The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.
A full CV can be found on Spotlight:
Marie is always excited to be involved in projects big and small, and can be contacted directly:
, or via her agent, Louise Alexander at BAM Associates: