Marylin Even was a Hollywood actress who starred in a number of dramatic films. Early on, Even mostly landed roles in various films, including the John Collin dramatic adaptation "Tess" (1980), the Patrick Depeyrat drama "Interdit aux Moins de 13 Ans" (1983) and the Jean-Francois Balmer drama "Le Roi de Chine" (1984). She continued to work steadily in film throughout the eighties and the nineties, appearing in the Gérard Jugnot comedy "Tandem" (1987), the drama "Chimeres" (1989) with Béatrice Dalle and the Emmanuelle Riva comedy "Loin du Bresil" (1992). In her more recent career, she continued to act in the dramatic period piece "La Mere christain" (1998) with Myriam Boyer, the dramatic adaptation "Les Destinees" (2002) with Emmanuelle Béart and the drama "Carnage" (2003) with Chiara Mastroianni. Even most recently acted in "Time of the Wolf" (2004) with Isabelle Huppert.