Marjolein Booy is the wife of Michael Paré. Marjolein Booy’s husband, Paré is a 62 year old American Actor. Born Michael Kevin Pare on 9th October, 1958 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. His zodiac sign is Libra.. He is best known for his roles in the films Eddie and the Cruisers, Streets of Fire, and The Philadelphia Experiment in a career that spans 1981–present . Marjolein Booy is also a former fashion model.
Marjolein Booy became famous after her marriage to the famous. She is the 3rd woman the famous actor has taken to the alter.
How did the couple meet, fall in love and got married? Much is not known about how the two loved birds meet and started their relation. The couple have not opened about that information. However, they got married in 1992. The got married in a beautiful ceremony in the presence of their friends, family and, loved one.
The two love birds have been married for almost three decade with no rumors of divorce. Marjolein Booy and her husband’s marriage has been blessed with a child. Booy’s husband, Paré stated that he lives “a good, clean life”, and trains frequently. Booy and her family lives in California.
Paré has been married two times before he got married to Booy. His first wife (1980–1984) was film producer Lisa Katselas; his second wife, Marisa Roebuck (1986–1988).
Growing up Paré was a fan of James Dean, Marlon Brando, Montgomery Clift, Paul Newman, and Robert Mitchum, and felt he was “a kindred spirit” to them. He was working as a chef in New York City when he met talent agent Yvette Bikoff, who convinced him to try acting. In the early 1980s, he studied acting under Uta Hagen. He shot a series of television commercials in Japan.
Just like his wife, Marjolein Booy, Paré also worked as a model. In August 1987, he appeared on the cover of the first issue of Men’s Fitness. In 2017, it was ranked among Men’s Journal’s thirty best magazine covers.
Marjolein Booy’s husband, Paré first starring role was as Tony Villicana on the television series The Greatest American Hero. His best-known film roles were as Eddie Wilson in Eddie and the Cruisers (1983) and its sequel Eddie and the Cruisers II: Eddie Lives! (1989), as well as Streets of Fire (1984) and The Philadelphia Experiment (1984).
Paré also appeared in the 2012 remake of The Philadelphia Experiment. He starred as a tortured soldier named Brad Cartowski in the 1993 action film Deadly Heroes, directed by Menahem Golan. Other films included Moon 44 (1990), Village of the Damned (1995), Bad Moon (1996), Hope Floats (1998), and The Virgin Suicides (1999).