Marieve Herington began pursuing her twin passions of acting and singing at the age of nine.
Her acting began with commercial acting for KFC and progressed to guest starring tv roles including episodes of Disney's "The Famous Jett Jackson”. Her acting extended beyond live work to animation, providing voices on "Franklin" and "X- Men among others. Acting in animation led to her second passion, singing, and she has sang the theme songs of CBC's "Sesame Park", Nelvana's "Pippi Longstocking" and TVOntario's "Marigold's Mathemagics."
Aside from singing for animated shows, at age 12 Marieve began singing at local festivals and by the age of 14 was singing the anthems at sporting events including solo at the Skydome for a Blue Jays game. At the age of 16 Marieve put together her first jazz band and began playing jazz festivals. At age 18, she began recording her first solo album, "Blossoming", under her own label Maribelle Records, which was released September 2006. The album features tracks in both English and her mother tongue, French, mostly from her favorite jazz artist Blossom Dearie. She recorded 2 more albums with other Jazz groups in 2006, and tracks from all 3 releases regularly play on Jazz FM 91.1 and CBC among others.
A Governer General's Award recipient and Dean's List Scholar, Marieve attended the University College Drama Program at the University of Toronto, while both voicing the lead "Delilah" in Teletoon's animated spy show "Delilah and Julius" (56 episodes).
Then in 2008 she moved to Los Angeles. Since that time she has been actively working, on camera in various roles including recurring roles on CBS' "How I Met Your Mother" and Disney’s “Good Luck Charlie”, in voiceover, lending her voice to Fox’s hit “Ice Age: Continental Drift”, popular video games like "Dance Central", animated shows like “Polly Pocket”, “Monster High” and “Bratz”, dozens of kids audiobooks and radio commercials. As a host, she is the Canadian correspondent for Discover America/ Brand USA, writing and hosting travel videos in both French and English, and she continues to sing with her Los Angeles jazz band, The Marieve Herington Band at various venues around town.