Marion Amélineau

liked it.  I like to excel in playing a role and becoming a character; I find it amusing.  Otherwise I have been able to present at parties and I like it also.

 

Andrew:  So with all of this abundance of talent at her fingertips that present her with many options, many of her fans are wondering what her goals are after her illustrious modeling career.

Marion:  Throughout my career, I continued my studies.  I am now a graduate of a European Master in Management and Business Strategy.  I will eventually be working in the direction of artistic projects and events or in the design of advertising campaigns for companies in the fashion industry.

 

Andrew:  Marion never hesitates to redirect the light on her own celebrity to other worthwhile causes dear to heart.

Marion:  I went to Burundi in Africa there for a few years ago to set up exchanges between young Burundians and French students.  I participated in the establishment of a cyber cafe and financing that one.  Now this place is self-financing and the system in place allows students to communicate between the two countries and share their cultures, passions... ?I help a sports association to communicate and its research sponsors.

 

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Andrew:  No great journey toward our desired destination in life is accomplished solely by ourselves, so talk a bit about the people in your life who have and continue to support you throughout your blossoming young career as a model, and as you continue to make your indelible footprints on the sands of time.

Marion:  I still have regular contact with people who support me or follow me.  I try to respond to messages as they give me so much motivation and affection, I go through them, so I must thank them.

 

Andrew:  Wayne W. Dyer is quoted as saying, “When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor.  It’s to enjoy each step along the way.”  As you dance your way through the entertainment industry, what has been some of the steps that you have enjoyed along the way thus far?

Marion:  In the entertainment industry we have privileged contacts between staff, I love the friendly exchanges that we have.  It is as if we are working with friends.  It is these relationships that have allowed me to do what I can do today.

 

Andrew:  When did the candle of thought light up in your mind’s eye and helped you to realize that modeling for you Marion was so much more than merely an

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