is almost complete!
Marlane Barnes  
in collaboration with Defining Artists Agency
and Consortium Entertainment announces

Recent Bookings:


Look for her to recur as Diosa Norte's sweetheart, Sandy, in Sons of Anarchy Season 7, Episode 3: "Playing with Monsters." 

The season premieres Tues, September 9th at 10 ET/PT on FX. 

She also appears alongside Paula Malcomson in Ray Donovan Season 2, Episode 12:"Volcheck." 

Catch it Sunday, Sept 14th at 9 ET/PT on Showtime. 

            Upcoming Events: 
      Monday, September 15th - September 22nd

Marlane stars in Holocaust role-play film How to Get to the Promised Land premiering on Short of the Week, a leading online platform devoted to discovering and promoting innovative short films and filmmakers. 

Click the pic to watch a trailer!  >>>

Tues, September 16th - 5:30-6:00 PM (PST) 

Marlane and director Sam Zalutsky
(You Belong to Me) will host a Twitter chat with viewers and fans using 

Click the pic to watch the film!  >>>


Recent Partnerships:


Marlane has been invited to join as a guest actor for the LA branch of the bi-coastal theatre group Fresh Produce'd, a collaborative company committed to producing  new work from talented playwrights and directors.

Follow her on Twitter @MarlaneBarnes for dates/times!

She was also featured on the Hallmark Channel's Home and Family Show as a volunteer for Best Friends Animal Society to talk about the value of fostering dogs and cats in the fight to achieve both a no-kill Los Angeles and no-kill nation.

Check out the article on Dogtipper that gets more specific about her foster work!

Click the pic for a behind the scenes clip! >>>


Recent Events:

Marlane participated in the Hollywood Fringe Festival, writing and performing the solo piece Tommy Cash as part of a larger work HOME with the Mixtape Theatre Company, a University of Texas alumni group.  

          Praise for "Tommy Cash":

"Marlane Barnes was the standout in this show – she’s electric on-stage, and a very good writer as well (I believe she wrote her material – lost the program!). Overall there was a lot to like."

- James Robinson Hollywood Fringe Certified Reviewer