Marguerite Moreau was born on April 25, 1977. She is an American actress.
Biography and Career
Marguerite Moreau was born Riverside, California, U.S. In 1999, she graduated from Vassar College with her B.A. in Political Science degree.
Moreau started her career in 1994 by being a part of a television series Blossom in which she played a role of Melanie.
Later she made guest appearances in various television series like, Boy Meets World and 3rd Rock from the Sun. As a child actress, she appeared in the Mighty Ducks films playing a role of Connie Moreau. She landed some of her most prominent roles. In 2002, she played the role of Jesse in film Queen of the Damned based on the Anne Rice novels.
In 2003's Runaway Jury Moreau played opposite Gene Hackman. In the TV miniseri
es Firestarter 2: Rekindled she played the lead role, succeeding Drew Barrymore in the role of Charlie McGee. Later in the 2003 Moreau also worked in a independent film Easy, which has also been broadcast on the Showtime cable television network.
Her other work for television includes: Helter Skelter in which she appeared as Susan Atkins, then she worked in a television movie about Charles Manson and had a regular role on the ABC network series Life As We Know It in the 2004 to 2005 season.
She also played a role of a high school teacher having an affair with one of her students as Monica Young. Moreau also appeared in a season 2 episode of Mad Men as an enigmatic call girl named Vicky.
In 2009, she guest starred in the pilot episode of the hit series Cupid where she helps an Irish man find his love at first sight. She also made an appearance in the Monk episode, Mr. Monk and the Dog.
In 2010, she guest starred in two episodes of Brothers & Sisters and currently has a small role on the NBC show Parenthood.
Birth Name: Marguerite C. Moreau
Birth: April 25, 1977
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