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Erika Marozsan

Erika Marozsan (TNT’s “The Company”) has landed a lead role in indie “The Ivory Trade.” Andrew W. Chan directs the story of two pianists taking part in an international music competish in New York City. Marozsan plays a powerful piano teacher.

Thesp’s credits include “Feast of Love” and “Gloomy Sunday.”

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