Marjorie was born in Toronto, Canada. She attended Canterbury High School of the Arts in Ottawa Ontario, has a bachelor of Fine Arts with a Specialization in Theatre Performance from Concordia University in Montreal, And attended the Canadian National Voice Intensive at the University of British Columbia.
She has done theatre work with many companies across Canada, best known for touring internationally in Axis Theatre's hit "The Number 14". Working in Television, Marjorie's credits include hosting for YTV, and voicing many cartoons, advertising and video games.
Marjorie cut her comedy teeth in high school, winning gold at the Candian Improv Games. She is an alumna of The Vancouver Theatre Sports league, Rapid Fire Theatre in Edmonton, Alberta, and has guest improvised and taught internationally, notably with Winnipeg's the Crumbs, Atlanta's Dad's Garage and Toronto's Bad Dog. Marjorie is on Faculty at the Second City Training Center in Toronto.