SuzanMarie

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SuzanMarie
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Born
SuzanMarie

(2003-08-11) August 11, 2003 (age 18)
Sydney, Australia
NationalityAustralian
CitizenshipAustralia
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer
  • musician
  • television personality
Years active2016-present
Websitewww.suzanmarie.com.au

SuzanMarie is an Australian-born actress, singer, musician and TV personality. Born and raised in Sydney, Australia SuzanMarie performed in various movies, short films and television series.[1] She made her theatrical film debut with a role in the movie Alex & Eve (2016) directed by Peter Andrikidis, where she appeared as Eve's Cousin. Thereafter, she appeared in ABC Me’s hit TV series “Bushwhacked Bugs, where her performance widely received widespread critical acclaim. In the same year, she was seen in several short films, television movies and videos including Troop, In the Hands of a Child, Do You Mind? Hollywood, and Sit Still Look Pretty SuzanMarie, originally sung by Daya.[2]

She released her first musical single; Together We Are One in 2016. SuzanMarie has also produced and directed music video for “Sit Still, Look Pretty”.[3][4]

Early life and career

SuzanMarie born on August 11, 2003 in Sydney, Australia. She is known mononymously as SuzanMarie. She started acting when she was four and joined the arts schools in Australia and America for the training. At the age of 9, she recorded a cover of “Last Christmas”. By the age of 13, SuzanMarie recorded a cover of the hit song “Sit Still Look Pretty”, also produced, stared and directed the music video for this song. Later in the year, she co-wrote and recorded her own original song “Together We Are One”. SuzanMarie has written and recorded her own original music and co-produced/directed her music video of “Sit Still, Look Pretty” originally sung by Daya. Since the age of 9 to present, SuzanMarie has written and recorded numerous unreleased songs.[5][6]

SuzanMarie has also appeared in several roles in television, video and film such as Hostages: Don’t Take Another Step, Renovation, Trust, Book Week, In the Hands of a Child, Troop, Do You Mind? Hollywood. A Decade On and Safe Zone. She appeared in Alex and Eve, directed by Peter Andrikidis where she played the role of Eve's Cousin. The film was nominated in the Casting Guild of Australia Awards. Her performances in the television received praise from critics and she garnered media attention for her portrayal.[7]

SuzanMarie has also starred in musicals such as The Sound of Music, Annie, Boogie Fever, Snow White, The Green Grosser and Ernie’s Incredible Illucinations. She has also travelled to many countries for live performances. In 2015, SuzanMarie travelled to Tianjin, China to represent and perform in the “Tianjin International Children’s Culture & Art Festival”.

SuzanMarie's most recent work in 2020 was the lead actress in the Walk free campaign. The Walk Free / Every Women Every Child campaign on Modern Slavery Virtual press Conference at the United Nations, and then went global. The campaign was produced by Leo Burnett and the Minderoo Foundation.

Filmography

SuzanMarie
Background information
Native name
SuzanMarie
OriginSydney, Australia

Films

Year Title Role Notes
2019 Renovation Maddi Post-Production
2018 Book Week Suzan
2018 Trust Lea’s friend
2017 The Safe Zone Margo
2017 Hostages: Don't Take Another Step Karlie
2017 Alex and Eve Eve’s friend
2016 Do You Mind? Hollywood Janelle

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2016 A Decade On Abbie Main role
2016 Bushwhacked Bugs! Herself Guest Presenter
2016 Sit Still Look Pretty SuzanMarie
Originally by Daya
Herself Music Video
2016 In The Hands of a Child Lizzy
2016 Troop Stella

Discography

Singles

  • 2016- Sit Still Look Pretty
  • 2016- Together We Are One

Media appearances

  

References

  1. "SuzanMarie". IMDb. Retrieved 2019-12-28.
  2. "Dove Foundation Reviews Featuring Suzan Marie Ghaleb". Dove.org. Retrieved 2019-12-28.
  3. "♫ Together We Are One - SuzanMarie. Listen @cdbaby". Retrieved 2019-12-28.
  4. "SuzanMarie". Genius. Retrieved 2019-12-28.
  5. "Amazon Music". music.amazon.com. Retrieved 2019-12-28.
  6. "Together We Are One". Together We Are One. Retrieved 2019-12-28.
  7. "SuzanMarie". Jango Radio. Retrieved 2019-12-28.

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