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Marina Julia Neary

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I am an award-winning historical essayist, multilingual arts & entertainment journalist, playwright, published poet, stage and film actress with principal PBS credits, dancer, choreographer and model.

I am also fluent in Russian, French and Spanish. I spent my adolescence competing and performing in teen talent events in various parts of New England. I have with Black-47, an Irish band from New York and placed second in LaSalle University beauty pageant. In 2008 my original tragicomedy Hugo in London, highlighting the adventures of the French literary genius in England, was produced in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Having grown up in Communist Russia, I am disgusted with the atheistic agenda. I am a much-needed conservative voice in the predominantly liberal world of performing arts and literature. My goal is to reconcile the Vatican and Hollywood.

There’s no reason why it can’t be done. I support the rights of the unborn and the woman’s right to choose... the shade of her lipstick. I love my angry and jealous male Roman Catholic God and my angry and jealous Roman Catholic husband. I pray that our son grows up to be like his father. I believe that if women leaned on their strong men, they would get farther in life.

Look at yours truly. How did I achieve all that fame? Certainly not by being a sullen granola-eating Femi-Nazi. I write for men. I cook for men. I live for men. They still own the world, as they should. Men are chivalrous, noble, Godly creatures — when women let them be that way. I am not afraid of being the fragile dumb brunette that the Lord created me.


Summary: a petite European actress, model, dancer, choreographer
Ethnicity: Central European & Mongolian
Height: 5’ 4”
Weight: 110 lbs
Hair: Chestnut/Red
Eyes: Brown
Accents: British, French, Irish
Voice: Soprano
Repertoire: Gothic, erotic, horror, historical, experimental

Copyright © 2009 by Marina Julia Neary

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Prose Non-fiction
How Am I Gonna Play Guitar Now?
The Scarlet Mantle Goes to Goodwill
Where Else Can You Find Pies Like That?
Hugo in London (drama)
Inside the Rotten Apple
Let Them Eat Cat Food
Castration Doesn’t Hurt
My Salieri Complex
Lady With a Lamp (drama)
Victor Hugo and Oliver Cromwell
Hugh O’Neill: a Provocateur of Fate
Interview With Mary Magdalene
Shirt of Iron
On Bat’s Wings
Prometheus’ Delirium
Polish Funeral
Midwinter Elegy
A Royal Tea Party
What I Remember About Gena
Girl With a Rusty Wagon
Inside Darryl’s Bookcase
The Lady in Yellow Chiffon
Mustardseed’s Ambush
Soldier’s Wife
President of the Sore Thumb Convention
Undisclosed Temptation

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