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Marianne Jean-Baptiste Biography and Filmography
Marianne Jean-Baptiste
Birthday: April 26, 1967
Birth Place: London, England, UK
Height: 5' 1"
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British actress Marianne Jean-Baptiste first became known to an international audience through her breakthrough performance in Mike Leigh's Secrets & Lies (1996). Jean-Baptiste has received Best Supporting Actress Oscar, BAFTA, and Golden Globe nominations for her measured, insightful portrayal of a young woman who is reunited with her biological mother who gave her up for adoption at birth. Jean-Baptiste subsequently began doing steady work in both film and television, appearing in a disparate number of films, including Noah Baumbach's Mr. Jealousy (1997), the psychological thriller A Murder of Crows (1998), the independent comedy How to Make the Cruelest Month (1998), and Nancy Savoca's The 24-Hour Woman (1999). The beginning of the next decade founding Jean-Baptiste scoring roles in the thriller The Cell, the comedy drama 28 Days, and the thriller Spy Game. In 2002 she took on a role in the Jerry Bruckheimer produced CBS television series Without a Trace as FBI agent Vivian Johnson who works in the missing persons division. In addition to acting, Jean-Baptiste is also a composer. She supplied the music for Leigh's Career Girls in 1997.
White Balance (2006)
[ Roselyn Sanchez ][ Poppy Montgomery ]
Requiem (2006)
[ Mary Louise Parker ][ Roselyn Sanchez ][ Teri Polo ][ Stockard Channing ][ Allison Janney ]
Shattered (2006)
[ Roselyn Sanchez ][ Poppy Montgomery ]
Expectations (2006)
[ Roselyn Sanchez ][ Poppy Montgomery ]
Jam (2006)
[ Gina Torres ][ Amanda Detmer ]
Welcome to California (2005)
[ Rosanna Arquette ][ Kelly Lynch ][ Jennifer Grant ][ Susan Traylor ]
Loving You (2003)
Don't Explain (2002)
[ Michelle Schirra ]
Spy Game (2001)
[ Catherine McCormack ][ Charlotte Rampling ]
New Year's Day (2001)
[ Jaqueline Bisset ]
Men Only (2001)
Women in Film (2001)
[ Portia De-Rossi ][ Beverly D'Angelo ]
The Cell (2000)
[ Jennifer Lopez ][ Musetta Vander ][ Leanna Creel ][ Tara Subkoff ][ Vanessa Branch ]
28 Days (2000)
[ Sandra Bullock ][ Elizabeth Perkins ][ Diane Ladd ][ Azura Skye ]
A Murder of Crows (1999)
[ Gaelle Comparat ]
The Murder of Stephen Lawrence (1999)
The 24 Hour Woman (1999)
[ Rosie Perez ][ Aida Turturro ][ Drena De Niro ][ Karen Duffy ][ Melissa Leo ]
The Man (1999)
[ Kate Ashfield ]
Nowhere to Go (1998)
[ Sara Rue ][ Carroll Baker ]
The Wedding (1998)
[ Oprah Winfrey ][ Lynn Whitfield ][ Shirley Knight ][ Cynda Williams ][ Sophie Ward ]
How to Make the Cruelest Month (1998)
[ Amy Smart ][ Clea DuVall ][ Mary Kay Place ]
Mr. Jealousy (1997)
[ Bridget Fonda ][ Annabella Sciorra ]
Secrets & Lies (1996)
[ Brenda Blethyn ][ Alison Steadman ][ Phyllis Logan ]
London Kills Me (1991)
[ Fiona Shaw ][ Rowena King ][ Emer McCourt ]
Once Upon a Time (1991)
  • Her husband, Evan, is a ballet dancer.
  • She became a star overnight following the international success of the social drama Secrets & Lies (1996) in 1996, becoming the very first black British actress nominated for an Oscar award.
  • Best known for her colloboration with director Mike Leigh on stage "It's a Great Big Shame" (1993), and especially the breakout film Secrets & Lies (1996). She also composed the musical score for Leigh's 1997 film Career Girls (1997).
  • Classically trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and performed at the Royal National Theatre.
  • Recorded an album of blues songs. Also a writer/composer.
  • Claimed racism after being excluded from the actor group promoting British talent at the Cannes Film Festival.
  • In 1997, became the first black actress to fail to receive an NAACP Image Award nomination for an Oscar nominated role since the establishment of the awards.

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