| Marie Moute|
| Marie Moute|
| 27 October 1983 (age 32) (1983-10-27) France|
Welcome to New York, La vie devant nous, Housewarming, Comme les cinq doigts de la main
Camille De Pazzis, Guillaume Delorme, Gianni Giardinelli, Samuel Perche, Louise Monot
Marie Mouté (also billed as Moute) is a French actress best known for starring in the French TV-series La vie devant nous, from 2002 to 2006.
Marie Mouté started her career by starring the French TV series La vie devant nous, following the life of young teenagers in an upscale high school in Paris.
Mouté has led other French mini-series such as Le temps meurtrier in 2004,Chez Maupassant in 2007, le Gendre ideal 2 in 2009.
She also appeared in several film features, including And Then it Breaks (directed by Anne Dudek and Leslie Porter, 2006), Travaux, on sait quand ça commence...(directed by Brigitte Rouan, 2005, English title: Housewarming), Comme les cinq doigts de la main directed by Alexandre Arcady in 2010
Since 2012, she stars a new cop show Mongeville for France 3 public French television network.
In 2013, she was cast to play Gerard Depardieu's daughter in Welcome to New-York directed by Abel Ferrara which follows the incidents leading up to the 2011 New-York hotel maid scandal that marred the former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn's career and political aspirations.
Mouté played in the famous theatre comedy Oscar by Claude Magnier in 2008 and 2009. The production toured in France, Switzerland, Belgium and Tunis. The play received good reviews by the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès which host arts and festivals in Cannes, where it played in the Theatre Debussy season 2008/2009.
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