Maureen Preuss was born to Eugene and Delphine Remisiewicz in Detroit, Michigan, one of five daughters and one son. She obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatre from Wayne State University in Detroit in 1980. Her numerous stage credits include work in professional companies, dinner theaters, and tours. In the early 1990's she was recommended to a commercial talent agent in Orlando, Florida. She booked her first national commercial three weeks after submitting her headshot, and has been steadily working in film, video, and commercial productions throughout the Southeast ever since. In addition to her filmography credits, she has also appeared in the festival award winning short films 'Blank Canvas' (Student Works Award, Florida Film Festival, 1997) and 'Used Cars' (which, among its many honors, lists Regional Winner - Student Academy Awards, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, 1997). Principal commercial credits include national spots for 'Fox Baseball' and 'Closet Maid,' international commercials for 'Dockers' pants and 'Nissan,' plus numerous regional and local ads. Maureen has been married to actor David Preuss since 1981.