Of Mediterranean origin, his childhood was influenced by American cinema: Tarantino, Scorsese, the Cohen brothers, Coppola and Italian cinema: Fellini, Scola, Visconti, Pasolini. Fascinated by the performance of actors, often in counter roles, Marie trained at the Avignon Conservatory, under the direction of Jean Yves Picq. During her training, she worked alongside Valère Novarina, Olivier Py, Thomas Quillardet, Céline Schaeffer, Cyril Cotinaut...
She worked on several seasons of the Avignon Theatre Festival. She then joins a theatre company from Marseille and takes over the Jackie Kennedy myth in a solo performance.
She is very interested in cinema acting and continues to train with the collective la Réplique. Recently, she had the opportunity to be directed by Claire Simon and Samuel Theis.
She now lives in Marseille, which in her image is a city full of gentleness and violence, rough and committed. Marie has the ability to play with norms, to take on the role of princess as well as that of a bandit, to juggle between femininity and masculinity, between youth and maturity. She is not afraid to take artistic risks by using the stage as a place of total freedom and sharing.