Every year, people move to Hollywood to become actors and entertainers. For some, it’s their passion that drives them and for others, it’s just for the fame, attention, and wealth. But while the latter is also good, it cannot in itself sustain a person in such a challenging environment with many talented individuals also trying to succeed. The case of Marguerite Moreau was that of sheer passion; she wanted so bad, the thrill of doing what she loves and took a lot of small roles just to be on screen.
Marguerite Moreau is an actress best known for the role she played in Mighty Ducks, Queen of the Damned, and the television series, Cupid. She is known as one of the most balanced in her personal life and she won the Character and Morality Award in 2003. Moreau’s net worth is presently estimated to be $500,000.
Marguerite Moreau’s Short Bio And Ethnicity
Marguerite C. Moreau was born on April 25, 1977, in Riverside, California. Her zodiac sign is Taurus. She is multi-racial with traces of English, Irish, German, French, Canadian, and Italian in her ancestry. She attended Vassar College and graduated in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Details of her family members and early life are not available but she was exposed to acting at the early age of 14 when she starred in her first Tv series Wonder Years (1991) and also later starred in Brooklyn Bridge (1991). In 1992, as a teenager, she played the lead role in Mighty Ducks. After graduating from college, she landed both major and minor roles in many movies and series and since then, she has not looked back.
Her Movies and TV Shows
Because Marguerite Moreau began acting at a very young age, she has starred in over twenty-five films and over forty TV shows. Here is a list of some movies in which she took part. They include Mighty Ducks (1992), Adventure Home (1995), Wag the Dog (1997), Mighty Joe Young (1998), Wet Hot American Summer (2001), Queen of The Damned (2002), Runaway Jury, and Two Days (2003), Off the Lip (2004), The Uninvited (2008), Ingenious, Easier with Practice and Wake (2009), Hip (2010), Life Happens (2011), Inconcieveable (2016), and so on.
For TV shows, her first taste of the pudding was in The Wonder Years (1991). She then starred in Brooklyn Bridge (1991), Almost Done (1993), Boy Meets World (1994), Amazing Grace (1995), Second Noah (1996), 3rd Rock from the Sun and My Husband’s Secret Life (1998), Smallville and The Locket (2002). She played the role of Monica Young, a high school teacher having an affair with her student in Life As We Know It (2004), Killer Instinct, and Lost (2005). In 2009, she starred in Cubid and played the role of a lady who helps an Irish man find his love at first sight. She appeared in more TV shows such as CSI: NY (2009), Brothers and Sisters (2010), Grey’s Anatomy (2013), Ex-Wife Killer (2017), just to mention a few.
About Marguerite Moreau’s Personal Life and Family
Marguerite Moreau is married to Christopher Redman, a Canadian actor. He was born on January 1, 1980, in Brampton, Ontario Canada. His star sign is Capricorn and he is the eldest of four siblings. Christopher Redman is a founding member of the Amazing Posse Film Festival in Toronto. He attended the Canadian Youth Academy where he began acting at the young age of 7. In the academy, writings of great men like Shakespeare, Ibsen, and Tennessee William were mostly dramatized. Christopher spent 10 years in the academy and performed in tons of the academy’s production but before he left.
He also attended Trinity College, Cambridge during the summers where he took a course in speech and drama for five years. After graduating at the age of eighteen with honors, he moved to Toronto where he mostly starred in television series such as Mistrial, Road to Avonlea, The Magian’s House, and K-19 – the Widowmaker, etc.
In 2002 he moved to Vancouver and starred in 22 Hands, Catch and Release and 88 Minutes all of which contributed to the success of his career. Over the course of his career, he has worked with some of the most popular personalities in Hollywood such as Liam Neeson, Harison Ford, Kim Basinger, Amy Brenneman, Peter Sarsgaard, Bradley Cooper, Luis Guzman, Al Pacino, Kirsten Dunst, Bean Bridges, Lan Richardson, Bill Pullman, and Udo Kier