Juliette Marquis

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Juliette Marquis
Born Juliette Dudnik
(1980-04-16) April 16, 1980 (age 37)
Kiev, Ukrainian SSR
Years active 2001–present

Juliette Marquis (born Juliette Dudnik on April 16, 1980) is a Ukrainian born American actress, model, and former ballerina whose work has turned to documentary filmmaking. She is a partner at the production company More Better World, Inc. and is a producer, writer and director focused on non-fiction investigative storytelling.

Personal background[edit]

She moved from Ukraine to Chicago, Illinois when she was 8. She started modeling when she was 14 and lived in Paris. She later moved to New York City where she wrote and acted in plays. In 2002 she moved to Los Angeles and soon after got her first movie role.

Film career[edit]

For her performance in This Girl's Life, Marquis won Best Newcomer Award at the Vegas Film Festival, and a Best Actress Award at the Film Festival Internationale di Milano 2005.

She appeared in "Chicks with Sticks", directed by Kari Skogland, and "The Insurgents", directed by Scott Dacko.

She starred in the movie "Phantom Love" released in 2007, written, directed, and produced by Nina Menkes.

Marquis earned a degree from Villanova University in Project Management, and launched Marquis Enterprise.[1]



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