Hollywood retains its undisputed status as the world’s most important film industry for a variety of reasons, but at the top of the list is the fact that the industry is full of talented and beloved actors and actresses. Through them, she has been able to tell the world many iconic stories. From this wealth of talent comes Marin Ireland, known for exceptional performances in projects such as Sneaky Pete and Hell or High Water.
Marin Ireland is known for his work in films, TV shows, and theatre. She is nominated for a Tony Award and has worked on over half a century of projects since her debut in 2000. For her fans and curious people, we have taken a closer look at her career and background and you can read all about it below.
Marin Ireland Biography
She was born in Camarillo, California, on August 30, 1979. Not much is known about her background, neither about her childhood nor about her parents. However, we do know that she grew up at the Idyllwild Arts Foundation before enrolling and studying at the University of Hartford in Connecticut. In Hartford, Marin Ireland earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Hartt School.
Completing her education meant complete freedom to pursue a career as an actress, and so she did in October 2000 when she made her debut in a play for the American Repertory Theatre at the Hasty Pudding Theatre. She also acted in several other plays such as Nocturne, an off-Broadway play, Far Away, Sabina and several others.
Marin Ireland debuted on the big screen in 2004, four years after her first appearance in a professional play. She appeared on the show Law & Order: Criminal Intent”, in which she played the characters Laura Booth and Anais Hutchinson for two episodes. Her first feature-length film appearance was in the film The Manchurian Candidate. She played a nameless army transcriber.
After a few years of dull screen appearances, Marin Ireland began to appear more regularly on the silver screen in 2007, after she appeared as Katie in the film Suburban Girl. In the same year she appeared in two other films, I Am Legend and the short film Mercy. In 2008, she continued her numerous appearances in a single year, appearing in a number of supporting roles in several films. She received her first recurring role in 2011 in a television show, where she played the role of Letty in the mini-series, Mildred Pierce.
In the same year, she also appeared on other shows such as Prime Suspect, A Gifted Man and The Good Wife. Marin’s filmography grew with each passing year, including starring in The Divide, The Slap and Sneaky Pete, where she played the famous Julia Bowman.
To date, she has appeared in over sixty films and television shows and has received at least one nomination for the Tony Award and Film Independent Spirit Awards for her work.
Family – Parents
Marin Ireland has shared much with her fans and the world at large, but none of them include their parents. So far, the actress has done a good job of keeping her parents’ identity away from media attention. However, we can deduce from her success that whoever her parents may be, they have supported her journey into the world of performing arts.
When it comes to stories from her personal life, there has been little to tell about the actress until now. We only know that she was once in a relationship with a stage actor, Scott Shepherd.
Not much is known about their time together, except that they met during one of their stage plays, Troilus and Cressida. The two began meeting in 2012 and were together for several months before they went their separate ways. Since then, nothing is known about their love life and it is generally believed that Marin Ireland is a single woman.
Other Facts About Marin Ireland
She has appeared in over 18 plays on Broadway and off-Broadway.
Marie Ireland is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 58kg. She also has body-shaping measurements of 34, 26 and 35 inches for her chest, waist, and hips.
Throughout her career, she has amassed a personal fortune of $1 million through her performances to date.
Marin has a strong presence in social media on Twitter with the profile @MarinIreland.