Thursday, September 18, 2014

Actress Mari Marrow Another Phenomenal Women

One of our favorite actress Mari Marrow who some may remember from the movie "How to be a player" with Bill Bellamy. This starlet has done countless movies and sitcoms and as we keep featuring our Phenomenal Women just a quick reminder that Mari is still working doing projectss.
You can follow her on twitter and visit her website

About Mari Marrow
Miami native Mari Morrow began acting in theatrical shows as a child to raise college funds for students in need. However, she didn’t catch the “acting bug” until high school. Her love of the dramatic arts led her to New York University’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts where Morrow broadened her repertoire to include singing, dance, theatre, mime, circus arts and clowning.

Morrow’s first television appearance was on the popular syndicated series Baywatch, which she also counts as one of her most memorable. She remembers getting encouraging words from the show’s star, David Hasselhoff, “He told me the key to success is to stay positive and give 150% in all that I do.” Sound advice that has carried her throughout her career. She went on to secure a recurring role on ABC’s Family Matters, and guest spots on a number of popular shows including The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, The Jackie Thomas Show, and M.A.N.T.I.S. Morrow’s big screen debut was in the film Bodily Harm where she starred with Daniel Baldwin and Linda Fiorentino.

Morrow has gone on to work with some of the industry’s most talented actors including Denzel Washington in Virtuosity and Mehki Pfeiffer in the Acapulco Film Festival winner An Uninvited Guest. Her undeniable sex appeal and comedic skills garnered her a co-starring role with Bill Bellamy in How To Be A Player and she also had a recurring role with LL Cool J in the UPN comedy In The House. However, to legions of fans, Morrow is best remembered as Rachael Gannon on the popular ABC soap opera One Life To Live.


No comments:

Post a Comment