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Birth information

23 February 1970 Montréal, Québec, Canada

How tall is Marie-Josée Croze?

1.68 m

Life Story of Marie-Josée Croze

In 1999, filmmaker Denis Villeneuve gave the lead role in Maelström to Marie-Josée Croze, a young Franco-Canadian actress already known to Québécois audiences thanks to her performances in a number of popular films and TV shows. The film had a major impact on her career, leading her to play a rebellious young woman in Atom Egoyan's Ararat and win numerous awards in festivals across the world. Before long, art-house film seemed to have become the actress's path of choice.

The Barbarian Invasions, a 2003 Academy Award-winning film by director Denys Arcand, gave her the opportunity to undertake the role of a junkie, a performance rewarded by the jury of the Cannes film festival, helmed that year by Patrice Chéreau. After her Best Actress Award, soon followed a successful foray into the world of French film, including features in Guillaume Canet's Tell No One, Zabou Breitman's Someone I Loved, Tony Gatlif's Korkoro, Jean Becker's Love Me No More and Nicole Garcia's A View of Love, to name but a few.

In the world of theater, Marie-Josée Croze performed Requiem for a Nun, a play by Albert Camus directed by Jacques Lassalle, at the Théâtre de l'Athénée...

What movies did Marie-Josée Croze play or participate?

Actors Filmography
Mirage Claire Kholer, Disappearance at Clifton Hill (2019) Mrs. Moulin, For the Ones We Loved (2019) Béa, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan (2018) Sandrine / Sandrine Arnaud, MILF (2018) Sonia, The Test of Love (2017) Marielle Monteil, Lanester (2017) Elisabeth Bassonville, Iqaluit (2016) Carmen, The Confessions (2016) Ministro canadese, Au nom de ma fille (2016) Dany, 2 Nights Till Morning (2015) Caroline, Every Thing Will Be Fine (2015) Ann, Arletty A Guilty Passion (2015) Antoinette, The Narrow Frame of Midnight (2014) Judith, Nobody from Nowhere (2014) Clémence...

Birth information

23 February 1970 Montréal, Québec, Canada

How tall is Marie-Josée Croze?

1.68 m

Life Story of Marie-Josée Croze

In 1999, filmmaker Denis Villeneuve gave the lead role in Maelström to Marie-Josée Croze, a young Franco-Canadian actress already known to Québécois audiences thanks to her performances in a number of popular films and TV shows. The film had a major impact on her career, leading her to play a rebellious young woman in Atom Egoyan's Ararat and win numerous awards in festivals across the world. Before long, art-house film seemed to have become the actress's path of choice.

The Barbarian Invasions, a 2003 Academy Award-winning film by director Denys Arcand, gave her the opportunity to undertake the role of a junkie, a performance rewarded by the jury of the Cannes film festival, helmed that year by Patrice Chéreau. After her Best Actress Award, soon followed a successful foray into the world of French film, including features in Guillaume Canet's Tell No One, Zabou Breitman's Someone I Loved, Tony Gatlif's Korkoro, Jean Becker's Love Me No More and Nicole Garcia's A View of Love, to name but a few.

In the world of theater, Marie-Josée Croze performed Requiem for a Nun, a play by Albert Camus directed by Jacques Lassalle, at the Théâtre de l'Athénée...

What movies did Marie-Josée Croze play or participate?

Actors Filmography
Mirage Claire Kholer, Disappearance at Clifton Hill (2019) Mrs. Moulin, For the Ones We Loved (2019) Béa, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan (2018) Sandrine / Sandrine Arnaud, MILF (2018) Sonia, The Test of Love (2017) Marielle Monteil, Lanester (2017) Elisabeth Bassonville, Iqaluit (2016) Carmen, The Confessions (2016) Ministro canadese, Au nom de ma fille (2016) Dany, 2 Nights Till Morning (2015) Caroline, Every Thing Will Be Fine (2015) Ann, Arletty A Guilty Passion (2015) Antoinette, The Narrow Frame of Midnight (2014) Judith, Nobody from Nowhere (2014) Clémence...