Marguerite Moreau

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Marguerite Moreau
MargueriteMoreau2009.jpg
Moreau in 2009
Born Marguerite C. Moreau
(1977-04-25) April 25, 1977 (age 40)
Riverside, California
Other names Marg or Ms. Marg
Occupation Actress
Years active 1991–present
Spouse(s) Christopher Redman

Marguerite C. Moreau (born April 25, 1977[1]) is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Jesse Reeves in the fantasy horror film Queen of the Damned, Katie in the comedy Wet Hot American Summer, and her role in The Mighty Ducks series of films.[2] She has also made appearances on the popular television series Smallville, Lost, Cupid and The O.C.

Life and career

Moreau was born on April 25, 1977 in Riverside, California.[3] Her first break-out role was playing the recurring part of Melanie on Blossom in 1994 and 1995. She guest starred in several TV series such as Boy Meets World and 3rd Rock from the Sun. As a child actress, she appeared in the Mighty Ducks films playing Connie Moreau. After graduating from Vassar College with her B.A. in political science in 1999, she landed some of her most prominent roles.

In 2001 she starred as Katie in Wet Hot American Summer. She reprised this role in an eight-part prequel series produced by Netflix, which debuted on July 31, 2015.

Moreau played the role of Jesse in the 2002 film Queen of the Damned, based on the Anne Rice novels. She played the lead role in the TV miniseries Firestarter 2: Rekindled, succeeding Drew Barrymore in the role of Charlie McGee. In 2003's Runaway Jury she played opposite Gene Hackman. Moreau also starred in the 2003 independent film Easy, which has also been broadcast on the Showtime cable television network.

Returning to television, she starred as Susan Atkins in Helter Skelter, a television movie about Charles Manson, and had a regular role on the ABC network series Life As We Know It in the 2004–2005 season. She played Monica Young, a high school teacher having an affair with one of her students.

Moreau appeared in a season two episode of Lost, playing Starla in "Everybody Hates Hugo", as well as several episodes of The O.C., playing Reed Carlson. Originally, she was to have a regular role in the Fox show Killer Instinct, but her character was written out of the series after the first episode and was replaced by the character played by Kristin Lehman.[4] She has also appeared as a recurring character on the ABC series What About Brian.

She also appeared in a season 2 episode of Mad Men as an enigmatic call girl named Vicky.[5]

In 2008, she was in The Uninvited as an agoraphobic woman whose house torments her with malevolent spirits.

In 2009, she guest starred in the pilot episode of the 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", and episodes of Private Practice, HawthoRNe, and CSI: NY.

She also had a minor role in the 2008 comedy Beverly Hills Chihuahua.

In 2010, she guest starred in two episodes of Brothers & Sisters and had a recurring role on the first season of the NBC show Parenthood. Her last appearance in Parenthood was in episode 5 of season one after she dumped Crosby. The same year, she appeared in several webisodes of a Jersey Shore parody in the format of Masterpiece Theatre, alongside YouTube comedian Ceciley Jenkins. Titled Mashterpiece Theatre Presents Jersey Shore, the series presented verbatim dialogue re-enacted by Moreau, Jenkins and Lisa Nova in aristocratic English accents while taking tea.

In 2011, she guest starred in American series Shameless as Linda, and in "I'm a Liver Not a Fighter" (episode 47 or episode 7 of season 4) of In Plain Sight.[6] In 2013, she guest starred on Grey's Anatomy.

Personal life

Moreau married actor Christopher Redman in May 2010. In July 2015 Moreau gave birth to a son, Casper Hayes Redman.[7]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1992 Mighty Ducks, TheThe Mighty Ducks Connie Moreau
1994 D2: The Mighty Ducks Connie Moreau
1995 Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home Julie
1996 D3: The Mighty Ducks Connie Moreau
1997 Wag the Dog Teenage Girl in Audience
1998 Mighty Joe Young Cabriolet Girl
2001 Wet Hot American Summer Katie Finnerty
2001 Rave Macbeth Helena
2002 Queen of the Damned Jesse Reeves
2003 Two Days Jennifer
2003 Easy Jamie Harris
2003 Runaway Jury Amanda Monroe
2004 Off the Lip Kat Shutte
2008 The Uninvited Lee
2008 Beverly Hills Chihuahua Blair
2009 Ingenious Cinda originally titled Lightbulb
2009 Wake Lila
2009 Easier with Practice Samantha
2009 Bullfighter Cheyenne Kincade Short film
2010 Douchebag Steph
2010 Hip Hipster Girl Short film
2011 Life Happens Pauline
2012 Caroline and Jackie Caroline
2015 Moments of Clarity Maryanna
2016 Inconceivable Jess also known as Deadly Ex

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1991 Wonder Years, TheThe Wonder Years Julie Episode: "The Candidate"
1991 Brooklyn Bridge Mary Margaret Episodes: "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling", "Dinner at Six"
1993 Almost Home Kimberly Episode: "Dueling Birthdays"
1994 Boy Meets World Gail / Rebecca Episodes: "Back 2 School", "Pairing Off"
1994–1998 Secret World of Alex Mack, TheThe Secret World of Alex Mack Libby Episodes: "False Alarms", "Paradise Lost"
1994–1995 Blossom Melanie 3 episodes
1995 Amazing Grace Jenny Miller TV series
1996 Second Noah Megan Robinson Episode: "Dreamboat"
1998 3rd Rock from the Sun Tina Episode: "Auto Eurodicka"
1998 My Husband's Secret Life Eileen Sullivan Television movie
2000 Wall to Wall Records N/A Television movie
2002 Firestarter 2: Rekindled Charlene 'Charlie' McGee Television movie
2002 Smallville Carrie Castle Episode: "Drone"
2002 The Locket Faye Murrow Television movie
2004 Helter Skelter Susan "Sadie" Atkins Television movie
2004 Sucker Free City Jessica Epstein Television movie
2004–2005 Life as We Know It Monica Young Main role
2005 O.C., TheThe O.C. Reed Carlson 4 episodes
2005 Killer Instinct Det. Ava Lyford Episode: Pilot
2005 Lost Starla Episode: "Everybody Hates Hugo"
2006 What About Brian Suzanne Recurring role, 6 episodes
2007 Ghost Whisperer Lisa Bristow Episode: "Dead to Rights"
2008 Consultants, TheThe Consultants June Television movie
2008 Mad Men Vicky Episode: "Three Sundays"
2008 Life Betsy Bournes Episode: "The Business of Miracles"
2009 Cupid Madelyn Episode: "Pilot"
2009 Hawthorne Faye Episode: "Night Moves"
2009 Monk Amanda Castle Episode: "Mr. Monk and the Dog"
2009 CSI: NY Louise Dukes Episode: "Cuckoo's Nest"
2009 Private Practice Lynn Jarvis Episode: "Sins of the Father"
2010 Brothers & Sisters Gallery Owner / Ginny Lawford Episodes: "A Valued Family", "Leap of Faith"
2010 Parenthood Katie 4 episodes
2011–2013 Shameless Linda Recurring role
2011 In Plain Sight Cici Episode: "I'm a Liver not a Fighter"
2012 Playdate Emily Valentine Television movie
2013 Grey's Anatomy Dr. Emma Marling Recurring role, 7 episodes
2015 Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp Katie Finnerty Main role
2016 The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story Laura McKinney Episode: "Manna from Heaven"
2016 Love Always, Santa Celia Banks Television movie
2017 Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later Katie Finnerty Main role

References

  1. ^ "Marguerite Moreau". Hollywood.com. Retrieved November 7, 2016. 
  2. ^ "The 'Mighty Ducks' Trilogy: An Oral History". Time. June 9, 2014. Retrieved October 18, 2016. 
  3. ^ "Marguerite Moreau". TV Guide. Retrieved November 7, 2016. 
  4. ^ "Marguerite Moreau: News Stories". TV.com. Archived from the original on October 19, 2008. 
  5. ^ "Mad Men Episode 4: Three Sundays". AMC. Archived from the original on October 16, 2008. 
  6. ^ "Schedule search: Sunday June 19, 2011". USA Network. Archived from the original on June 5, 2011. Retrieved May 6, 2011. [not in citation given]
  7. ^ Boardman, Madeline (July 21, 2015). "Marguerite Moreau, Christopher Redman Welcome Baby Boy Casper". Us Weekly. Retrieved April 27, 2016. 

External links

  • Marguerite Moreau on Twitter
  • Marguerite Moreau on IMDb
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