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Marin Ireland is an American film, stage and television actress.
Ireland trained at the Idyllwild Arts Foundation in Idyllwild, California, and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The Hartt School, a performing-arts conservatory at the University of Hartford in West Hartford, Connecticut.
Ireland's film credits include:
She made her off-Broadway theatre début in Nocturne (2001), a play written by Adam Rapp, which ran at the New York Theater Workshop. She also appeared in the play during its run in the American Repertory Theatre New Stages presentation at the Hasty Pudding Theatre, Cambridge, Massachusetts in October 2000.
Her off-Broadway work includes Caryl Churchill's Far Away (2002) at the New York Theatre Workshop. She played the title role in Sabina (2005) by Willy Holtzman at Primary Stages. She was featured in the 2008 stage adaptation of The Beebo Brinker Chronicles, a series of lesbian pulp fiction novels by Ann Bannon. She appeared in the New Group revival of A Lie of the Mind in February and March 2010.
She made her Broadway theatre début in reasons to be pretty (2009). For this performance, she received a Tony Award nomination as Best Featured Actress in a play and the Theatre World Award. She then appeared in After Miss Julie in a Roundabout Theatre Company presentation of a Donmar Warehouse production at the American Airlines Theatre in September through December 2009.