Marie Broderick

Marie Broderick

Marie Broderick is an actor, director, producer and lover of all things poetic. Born in Vietnam, Marie made her way to Los Angeles after earning a BA in Drama with a minor in dance from the University of Washington in Seattle. While in Seattle Marie appeared on numerous stages in both theatrical and dance works. Marie was most recently seen as Joan Crawford in Taming the Lion at Theatre 40, Liz in GRT’s production of Teresa Rebeck’s Loose Knit (Broadway World Regional Best Supporting Actress Nomination), and Katheryn in Michael Harney's evening of one acts, The Awful Grace of God. Some favorite roles include: Sally in Sam Shepard's A Lie of the Mind at ACT in Seattle, Irina in Three Sisters and Frankie in Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune. Her directing credits include the solo play, The Viola Mountain Door Company by Gregory Abbott and Jeptha Storm's Swamp Flowers and she most recently directed Piano in the Dark for GRT's virtual production of Unhidden Figures. Marie also appeared recently in Merry Christmas, Relatively Speaking for GRT's virtual production of Holiday Traditions and Trappings and Moonless Night for the virtual production of the 4th Annual Nine Winning One Acts. Marie is a life-time member of The Actors Studio.