A Swiss-French national, Marie-Eve Musy was born and grew up in Geneva. She started to perform on stage with professional companies and in tv series at the age of 16.
In 2004, she moved to Paris to attend the ‘Cours Florent’ drama school. At the same time, she began her career as a TV presenter on the main children’s channel at Canal+.
Since 2010 she has appeared on the big screen, at Antoine Basler’s side in Opération Casablanca, then at Jules Sitruk’s in Bob et Les Sex Pistaches.
She returned to Geneva in 2012 where she presented the new futuristic game show ‘Les Imbattables’ for Radio Télévision Suisse and played one of the main roles in the hit tv series ‘En direct de notre passé’.
She has regularly performed in theatres in Switzerland and in Paris, in both dramas and comedies.
In 2014 she acted in the web series ‘Break Ups’, directed by the American Ted Tremper, which made her want to embrace the international market. From that moment on, she started to work in English.
Over the last few years, she assisted directors on different plays, wich has driven her to co-stage at the Théâtre Montreux-Riviera with the awarded play Thé à la menthe ou t’es citron.