Marin Yvonne Ireland
August 30, 1979
Camarillo, California, U.S.
|Alma mater||University of Hartford|
Marin Yvonne Ireland (born August 30, 1979) is an American actress who is known for her work in theatre and was described by The New York Times as "one of the great drama queens of the New York stage".
In 2009, she won the Theatre World Award and was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play for Reasons to Be Pretty. Outside of her stage work, Ireland has frequently worked in film and television; she starred as Julia Bowman in the Amazon Studios series Sneaky Pete (2015–2019), and currently stars as Sissy in The Umbrella Academy (2020–present). She has made appearances in films including Rachel Getting Married, Side Effects, Glass Chin, The Family Fang, Hell or High Water, Piercing, The Miseducation of Cameron Post, The Irishman, and The Empty Man.
Ireland was born and raised in Camarillo, California. She studied at the Idyllwild Arts Foundation in Idyllwild-Pine Cove, California and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The Hartt School, the performing-arts conservatory at the University of Hartford in West Hartford, Connecticut.
Stage and theatre work
She made her off-Broadway theatre debut in Nocturne (2001), a play written by Adam Rapp, which ran at the New York Theater Workshop. She also appeared in the play during its run in the American Repertory Theatre New Stages presentation at the Hasty Pudding Theatre, Cambridge, Massachusetts in October 2000.
She made her Broadway theatre debut in Reasons to Be Pretty (2009). For this performance, she received a Tony Award nomination as Best Featured Actress in a play and the Theatre World Award. She then appeared in After Miss Julie in a Roundabout Theatre Company presentation of a Donmar Warehouse production at the American Airlines Theatre in September through December 2009.
She appeared in the New Group revival of A Lie of the Mind in February and March 2010. In November 2012, she starred in the title role of Marie Antoinette in the world premiere at the Yale Repertory Theatre. She starred in the Lincoln Center Theatre production of Abe Koogler's Kill Floor in 2015.
|2004||The Manchurian Candidate||Army Transcriber|
|2007||I Am Legend||Woman Evacuee|
|2008||Rachel Getting Married||Angela Paylin|
|2008||The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond||Esmeralda|
|2008||If You Could Say It in Words||Sadie Mitchell|
|2008||Revolutionary Road||Party Guest|
|2009||Brief Interviews with Hideous Men||Samantha|
|2012||28 Hotel Rooms||Woman|
|2012||Stars in Shorts||Wife||Film: "Sexting"|
|2012||Sparrows Dance||Woman in Apartment|
|2013||Side Effects||Upset Visitor|
|2014||Glass Chin||Ellen Doyle||Nominated—Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female|
|2014||Kill Me||Lucy||Short film|
|2015||The Family Fang||Suzanne Crosby|
|2015||This Summer Feeling||Nina|
|2016||Hell or High Water||Debbie Howard|
|2016||In the Radiant City||Laura Yurley|
|2017||The Strange Ones||Crystal|
|2018||The Miseducation of Cameron Post||Bethany|
|2019||Light from Light||Shelia|
|2019||The Irishman||Dolores Sheeran|
|2020||The Dark and the Wicked||Louise|
|2020||The Empty Man||Nora Quail|
|2003||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Anais Hutchinson||Episode: "Zoonotic"|
|2006||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Laura Booth||Episode: "Dramma Giocoso"|
|2006||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Gina Maylor||Episode: "Confrontation"|
|2008||Law & Order||Mila Hames Lingard||Episode: "Called Home"|
|2011||Mildred Pierce||Letty||Recurring role; 5 episodes|
|2011||The Good Wife||Marjorie Garnett||Episode: "In Sickness"|
|2011||A Gifted Man||Elena||Episodes: "Pilot", "In Case of Discomfort", "In Case of Exposure"|
|2011||Prime Suspect||Jodi Barrett||Episode: "Gone to Pieces"|
|2011–2012||Homeland||Aileen Morgan||Recurring role; 5 episodes|
|2012||Unforgettable||Sarah Green||Episode: "Heartbreak"|
|2012–2014||The Killing||Liz Holder||Episode: "Off the Reservation" & "The Good Soldier"|
|2012||Boss||Claire Mann||Episodes: "The Conversation", "Consequence", "Clinch", "True Enough"|
|2013||The Following||Amanda||Episode: "Love Hurts"|
|2014||The Divide||Christine Rosa||Recurring role; 8 episodes|
|2014||Masters of Sex||Pauline Masters||3 episodes|
|2014||Madam Secretary||Gina Fisher||Episode: "The Operative"|
|2015||The Slap||Sandi Apostolou||8 episodes|
|2015||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Bella Carisi||Episode: "Parole Violations"|
|2015–2019||Sneaky Pete||Julia Bowman||Main role|
|2015||Elementary||Alta Von See||Episode: "Evidence of Things Not Seen"|
|2017||Flint||Melissa Mays||Television film|
|2018||Bull||Maya Whitbeck||Episode: "Survival Instincts"|
|2020||The Good Doctor||Vera||Episodes: "Hurt", "I Love You"|
|2020–present||The Umbrella Academy||Sissy Cooper||Main role (season 2)|
|2021||Y: The Last Man||Nora Brady|||
|2000||Nocturne by Adam Rapp||Candice Brown||Hasty Pudding Theatre, (Cambridge, Massachusetts)|
|2001||Nocturne by Adam Rapp||Candice Brown||New York Theatre Workshop (New York City)|
|2002||Far Away by Caryl Churchill||Joan||New York Theatre Workshop (New York City)|
|2005||Sabina by Willy Holtzman||Sabina||Primary Stages (New York City)|
|2008||The Beebo Brinker Chronicles by Kate Moira Ryan and Linda S. Chapman after the novels by Ann Bannon||Laura||Fourth Street Theater (New York City)|
|2008||Blasted by Sarah Kane||Cate||Soho Rep (New York City)|
|2009||Reasons to Be Pretty by Neil LaBute||Steph||Lyceum Theatre (New York City)|
|2009||After Miss Julie by Patrick Marber||Christine||American Airlines Theatre (New York City)|
|2010||A Lie of the Mind by Sam Shepard||Beth||Acorn Theatre (New York City)|
|2011||Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov||Natasha||Classic Stage Company (New York City)|
|2011||Margaret and Craig by David Solomon (semi-staged workshop)||Margaret Gibson||Powerhouse Theater (New York City)|
|2011||Maple and Vine by Jordan Harrison||Katha||Playwrights Horizons (New York City)|
|2012||Marie Antoinette by David Adjmi||Marie Antoinette||Yale Repertory Theatre (New Haven, Connecticut)|
|2012||Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare||Cressida||Swan Theatre (Stratford-upon-Avon, UK)|
|2013||The Big Knife by Clifford Odets||Marion||American Airlines Theatre (New York City)|
|2013||Marie Antoinette by David Adjmi||Marie Antoinette||Soho Rep (New York City)|
|2015||Kill Floor by Abe Koogler||Andy||Claire Tow Theater, Lincoln Center (New York City)|
|2016||Ironbound by Martyna Majok||Darja||Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (New York City)|
|2017||On the Exhale by Martín Zimmerman||Woman||Black Box Theater (New York City)|
|2018||Summer and Smoke by Tennessee Williams||Alma Winemiller||Classic Stage Company in co-production with Transport Group (New York City)|
|2018||Blue Ridge by Abby Rosebrock||Alison||Atlantic Theater Company|
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