Mariloup Wolfe

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Mariloup Wolfe
Born Mariloup Wolfe
3 January 1978 (1978-01-03) (age 37)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Occupation Actress
Spouse Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge (2006–2015)
Children Miro Lemay-Thivierge (2011)
Manoé Lemay-Thivierge (2010)
Charlie Lemay-Thivierge (stepdaughter)

Mariloup Wolfe (born 3 January 1978) is a Canadian actress from Montreal, Quebec. She became famous through her role as "Marianne" in the popular TV series Ramdam.

Biography[change | change source]

Mariloup Wolfe studied arts and communications at College Andre-Grasset. She got a college degree in this subject. After that, she went to the McGill University for one year and did a minor degree in cultural studies. She finished her bachelor's degree at Concordia University in cinematographic productions and made a specialization in this matter at the same University. All those studies were made in Montréal.[1]

Wolfe performed in the television series Ramdam for many years. She played "Marianne", a charming teenager in an ordinary family. Her role in this youth series won her many awards. In particular, she won a Metrostar in the category for young comedy series, two Artis awards in 2007 and 2008 and a Gemeaux prize for the best interpretation of a major role in a youth series. She also acted in an animated television series Fais ça court, which was about the creator of a short film.

Personal life[change | change source]

Wolfe is the mother of two young boys: Manoe (born in May 2010) and Miro (born December 2011). Her ex-husband and father of their children is Guillaume Lemay Thivierge. Just like her, he is a comedian and met her in the Ramdam series in which they both acted.[2] Wolfe represented the Yoopa magazine, a reference for parents, for one year. She signed an editorial in each publication.[3] She is the owner of an Energy Cardio center at Blainville and she participated at “Rallie des gazelles” with Jessica Barker.[4] Recently, she was an invited stylist for “Thyme Maternity”.[5]

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