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Marie-Josée Croze Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jan 1, 0001
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Though she would garner international attention after winning a Best Actress Genie award for her deeply conflicted performance in [[Performer~P214694~Denis Villeneuve~denisvilleneuve]]'s 2000 drama [[Feature~V220916~Maelstrom~maelstrom]], actress Marie-Josée Croze had been appearing in both Canadian and American films since the early '90s. A Quebec native who got her start on a Canadian television drama entitled Le Choix (1990), bilingual Croze would subsequently appear in a pair of television series in the Great White North before making her stateside debut with the 1993 made-for-television drama [[Feature~V132930~Zelda~zelda]]. Later alternating between French and English-language productions, Croze's widest early exposure came with the much maligned box-office flop [[Feature~V184582~Battlefield Earth~battlefieldearth]]. [[Feature~V220916~Maelstrom~maelstrom]] provided a quick recovery that very same year, and Croze's heartfelt performance as a woman suffering with guilt following an abortion provided the perfect counter-weight to the failure of [[Feature~V184582~Battlefield Earth~battlefieldearth]]. Soon elevated to leading-lady status in such films as Des Chiens dans la Neige and Ascension (both 2002), Croze retained her critical-darling status with director [[Performer~P79862~Denys Arcand~denysarcand]]'s follow-up to [[Feature~V13020~The Decline of the American Empire~thedeclineoftheamericanempire]], [[Feature~V285687~The Barbarian Invasions~thebarbarianinvasions]] (2003). That same year Croze would lighten things up a bit with a role in [[Feature~V158816~Cube~cube]] director [[Performer~P234237~Vincenzo Natali~vincenzonatali]]'s existential comedy Nothing. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi