Marlo Bernier

as Colley in the movie The Defection of Simas Kudirka

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Was born at 23 February 1959 (now is 59 years old) in Nashua, New Hampshire, USA

Born in Nashua, New Hampshire to Jackie and Ray Bernier. Attended bothGrammar and Junior High School in Merrimack, New Hampshire, where thestage first "discovered" Marlo. Attended Sanborn Regional High Schoolin Kingston, and directly after graduation served four years in theUSAF, in both California and Germany. Shortly after being dischargedfrom the Air Force, returned and resided as an "Ex-Pat" in Wiesbaden,FRG, playing music in a few bands on the club circuit in Germany, untilthe end of 1985.

However, it was another five years before returning to the stage in; INever Sang for My Father. In Baltimore, Bernier spent the better partof a decade on the stage, delivering solid stage work in AXISTheatre's; Angels in America, Love!Valour! Compassion! & God's Country. Though not the only stage in Baltimore where Marlo worked, but her"heart" will always be with AXIS Theatre and Brian Klaas(ArtistcDirector) and Jon Lipitz(Managing Director), with whom Bernier joinedin producing 10 seasons of some of the most artistically fulfillingtheatre in her career to date. In television, Bernier guest-starred in Cold Case on CBS; in Homicide:Life on the Street, on NBC; on Las Vegas, for NBC, & the Book ShopMerchant on Alias, for ABC in the episode; I See Dead People. Marlo hasalso enjoyed various leading and supporting roles in both indie filmsand major motion pictures, including the leading role opposite JenniferFontaine, in their collaborative work, The Last Time We Were.

. . andthough her scenes were cut from the final edit, she has unequivocallystated; that working with David Fincher on Zodiac, was just about thecoolest job she's ever done, and what Marlo got from watching Daviddirect, would inspire her to finish writing Glass Houses and move itinto its pre-production phase. With their first collaboration on the gripping short; The Last Time WeWere. .

. , Bernier's, Jackie Frost Films and Fontaine's, Scorpio RisingFilms, garnered a Silver Remi at WorldFest/Houston 2006. Bernier is also eternally grateful to Suzie, for her continuedencouragement and belief in "the dream". .

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There is the list of movies, where Marlo Bernier was taked part:
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1 The Defection of Simas Kudirka movie The Defection of Simas Kudirka 1978 as Colley
2 Homicide: Life on the Street movie Homicide: Life on the Street 1993 as Ray Davis
3 3 Wise Women movie 3 Wise Women 2005 as Accountant
4 Cecil B. DeMented movie Cecil B. DeMented 2000 as Studio Executive
5 Domestic Doug movie Domestic Doug 2008 as Monroe
6 Dreamland movie Dreamland 2007 as Hitler
7 Drugs & Other Love movie Drugs & Other Love 2016 as Ms. Dahlhausen
8 Myrna movie Myrna 2015 as Myrna Michaels
9 Shot in the Heart movie Shot in the Heart 2001 as Guard No 2
10 The Connection movie The Connection 2001 as Leach
11 The Incredible Torture Trio movie The Incredible Torture Trio 2004 as Newscaster Bill Thompson
12 The Last Time We Were... movie The Last Time We Were... 2005 as Michael
13 Truthus: A Family Holiday movie Truthus: A Family Holiday 2006 as Mark
14 Valerie movie Valerie 2016 as Mom
15 Zodiac movie Zodiac 2007 as Detective #2
16 Alias movie Alias 2001 as Clerk
17 Cold Case movie Cold Case 2003 as Albert Miller
18 Las Vegas movie Las Vegas 2003 as Mike's Neighbor
There is the list of interview of Marlo Bernier:
  • "Windy City Times" (USA), 24 June 2009, by: Richard Knight, Jr., "Stealth Care"
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