Marie trained at Arts Ed and the National Youth Theatre. Her recent roles include ‘Cecily Cardew’ in The Importance of Being Earnest and ‘Malcolm’ in MACBETH, both open-air productions for Pleasuredome Theatre. Her other roles include ‘Juliet’ in Romeo and Juliet as part of the Shakespeare 400 World Book Night Celebrations on Shakespeare’s birthday (British Library); also ‘Agnes Henslowe’ in an original pronunciation exploration of Henslowe’s Diary at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse; ‘Elizabeth’, the leading role in Caspero, a British feature film; ‘Guildenstern’ in Hamlet at the Park Theatre; ‘Tommy’ at the Enlightenment Café, Old Vic Tunnels and Jo Brand On Kissing for the BBC.
Her projects with the New End Theatre Beyond include Fighting For Life; Don’t Leave Me Now; Finishing Touches and Where’s Your Mama Gone. Marie is also a puppeteer and a purple belt in Karate.