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Maria Müller is a Romanian actor, writer, and producer based in New York. She is also the Co-Founding Artistic Director of Et Alia, a theater company led by international women.


Her most recent theater credits include Until Dark, directed by Federica Borlenghi (Out of the Box Theatrics), Plasters, directed by Emma Tadmor (The Flea),  Where Are You? (New York), directed by Sim Yan Ying "YY" (Mabou Mines), and White Rabbit Red Rabbit (Theater for the New City).


Her film credits include the feature film Queen Marie of Romania, directed by Alexis Cahill Sweet (available on HBO), the feature film No Tomorrow, directed by Martin Drop (Queens World, Manhattan Film Festival), the feature film From Eight to Nine O'clock, directed by Kunao Yan, and a short film she wrote, produced, and starred in called Where Are You from Again? for which she won Best Actress at Indie Short Fest - Los Angeles International Film Festival and was nominated at the Paris Film Festival.

She was the host of East European Comic Con between 2016 and 2022 and moderated panels with actors such as Andrew Scott, Manu Bennett, Ed Westwick, Christopher Judge or Alexander Ludwig.


She graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts with a major in Drama and a minor in Dance.

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