Actress Marine Lanctuit from France finds her way in Hollywood

France’s Marine Lanctuit

Watch out Hollywood!  Marine Lanctuit has arrived.  This French beauty has quickly made a name for herself in the U.S. film industry.  In addition to showcasing her exquisite talents in several films making the festival circuit including Heroines, by director Travis Geiger, Self Image by Luisa Novo, and, soon, Red Poppies, by Puerto Rican director Yaitza Rivera, Marine is keeping her skills sharp, appearing onstage with the Berubians Theatre Company.
Her onscreen charm has grabbed the attention of producers at Epica Productions who have offered her major roles in several upcoming feature films.
Marine caught the acting but early, appearing in the lead role of Polly in The Threepenny Opera at Les Petit Theatre des Varieties in Paris.  Next she dazzled audiences as Cecily in Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest at Le Theatre Fontaine, also in Paris,  before moving to the U.S.
In the U.S. she picked up right where she left off playing lead and major supporting roles in stage productions of Orange Flower Water, directed by Tim McNeil and the classic plays Book of Days and Three Sisters, both directed by Academy Award winner Milton Justice.
In 2010, Marine made her first foray into the world of film, taking on the role of Julianna in Xristos’ Production horror flick Creed, which lead to her land lead roles in the films Self Image produced by Novo Productions and Bear Eskimos’ production of Heroines.
In addition to the feature films she will be doing for Epica, Marine is set to play a recurring role in the upcoming web series (which will hopefully get picked up for TV) called Jimmy’s Pickle, a series about a pair of artists hustling to get by in the big city.  She will also star  in Yaitza Rivera’s upcoming film  Red Poppy which is a short film produced by Rubiano Productions.
Marine Lanctuit is certainly a talent to keep our eyes on!
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