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|Born||Antwerpen, Flanders, Belgium |
|Occupation||Actress, Voice actress|
Marie Vinck (born January 3, 1983) is a Belgian-Flemish actress and voice actress. She started acting in 1993 at the age of 10 in the Flemish TV series, Mother, why do we live?, which Marie's mother has performed a leading role in the series. In 1998, she acted out again with her mother in the Dutch-Flemish movie: Dandelion Game.
Marie Vinck has also given the Flemish dubbing voice to Emma Watson's role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films, along with her colleagues Stef Aerts who gave the Flemish voice to Daniel Radcliffe's role as Harry Potter and Wouter Hendrickx who gave the Flemish voice to Rupert Grint's role as Ron Weasley.
Marie currently lives in Antwerp.
- Dandelion Game - Moniek (1998) 
- Cheese - Ida Laarmans (1999)
- Saint Amour - Unknown role (2001, TV Movie)
- The Kiss - Sarah Lenaerts (2004)
- Loft - Sarah Delporte (2008)
- The Box Collector - Juile (2008)
- SM-rechter - Iris Allegaerts (2009)
- Oxygen - Anneleen (2010)
- Amsterdam - Hannah (2010)
- Lovesick - Michelle (2010)
- Mother, why do we live? (1993)
- The Kavijaks - Esther 'Belinda' Goldberg (2007)
- Zone Stad - Els Liekens (2008), Stephanie Arco (2012)
- The Taste of the Keyser - Louise Lecron (2008)
- The Rodenburgs - Marie-Claire Rodenburg (2009-2011)
Live Action Films
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