Marie-Josée Croze is a French-Canadian actress. She’s been acting since the late 1980s, debuting in the French-language drama Chambres en ville. In the ’90s, she appeared in some Canadian films. Her first role in Hollywood was in the TV movie Zelda in 1993. The following decade, she had roles in the American films Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000, Taking Lives, and Munich. She continued her film career in the 2010s, starring in the movies Murder on the Orient Express, Collision, Calvary, and An Eye for Beauty. In addition, she starred in a couple of European films. Meanwhile, she played the role of Sandrine Arnaud on the Amazon series Jack Ryan.