Marieve Herington is a Canadian-American actress and singer. Her role in PINY Institute of New York is currently unknown.
Herington is a native of Oakville, Ontario, Canada, where she attended St. Mildred's-Lightbourn School. She studied drama at the University of Toronto.
Appearing in a series of Canadian Tire and KFC commercials, she joined ACTRA at the age of 9. Her first jazz group, Marieve and her Midnight Blues, played the annual Downtown Oakville Jazz Festival, Oakville Waterfront Festival, restaurants, and other local events. Her first album, Blossoming, published under her own label Maribelle Records, was made available on the Timely Manor label distributed through Fontana North/Universal. She performed on the Toronto jazz circuit with Babes in Jazzland and members of The Royal Jelly Orchestra, appearing on two more albums.
She sang the theme songs for CBC Television's Sesame Park, Nelvana's Pippi Longstocking and TVOntario's Marigold's Mathemagics.
Herington moved to Los Angeles in 2008. The Marieve Herington Band performs in southern California and Toronto. Their latest album is Midnight Sessions.