Mariah Bonner was born in Baltimore, Maryland and brought up in Paris, France. She studied acting at the Cours Florent and trained in ballet with Jennifer Goube of the Opera de Paris.
At 15, she was spotted on the Champs Elysees by a model scout from the prodigious Madison Models. She began modeling and posed for magazines such as Elle, Vogue and The Black Book and landed the Prada and Lancel campaigns.
She continued to audition for acting work in Paris and soon got her first role in a French film for France 3 television. Soon after, Mariah was accepted at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London.
Mariah is now based in Los Angeles and has appeared in several feature films, the first of which was David Fincher’s The Social Network. She has also appeared on TV in Rules of Engagement, CSI and Jane by Design.
Mariah plays the lead female role in Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning alongside Jean Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren, which had it’s theatrical release in November 2012. And after two months in New York, where she took the stage in the role of Nanine in a revival of Charles Ludlum’s “Camille”, Mariah is back in LA.
See lots more at the Mariah Bonner website