Marianne Bourg is a dual citizen of Luxembourg and France and is an actor. She attended Luxembourg’s National Conservatory for Drama when she was very young and began her performing career there. After graduating from high school, she continued her education at Cours Florent in Paris, where she majored in literature. After receiving her degree, Marianne took a trip around Asia and eventually settled down in Cambodia, where she began working for a charity in the capital city of Phnom Penh. She eventually moved back to Europe, where she completed her education with a Bachelor of Arts in theater from the University of Cambridge and a Master of Science in Finance and Economics from EDHEC Business School. She came to the realization very quickly that her love for acting was calling to her at a level that was too powerful for her to continue a career in finance. As a result, she relocated to the United States to begin a career in acting on a full-time basis.
Marianne’s performance in the film Snake Eyes earned her the title of CMF’s Best Actress, which she received at the beginning of 2015. (2015). After some time had passed, the film was given an invitation to the Cannes Film Festival. Marianne received an invitation to attend the Cannes Film Festival for the second consecutive year in 2016 to promote the films Happy Tree (2016) and Plaything (2016).
Marianne made her debut in a feature film with Malcolm McDowell in the 2013 release of Wizardream, where she had completed her Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting for Film in Los Angeles. In addition to that, she has had guest appearances on a number of other television episodes, including NCIS (2003), Sangre Negra (2016), Awkward. (2011), and Angie Tribeca (2016).
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Place of residence
Luxembourg (Luxembourg), Los Angeles (USA), Nimes - Languedoc-Roussillon (France)
800,000 - 2 million dollars
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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mariannebourg/ , twitter: https://twitter.com/mariannebourg . Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/mariannebourg?_rdc=1&_rdr , Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBPTwn_eW5DLtVvfMJiRVaJRTXVXEldnq
Road Wars (2015), I Killed My Husband! (2019), The Room (2019), Gun Woman (2014), Happy Tree (2016)