Marina studied acting at the Núcleo de Estudios Teatrales, the Casa del Teatro, and the Centro de Formación Teatral San Cayetano. She has participated in more than 20 plays, among them Feliz Nuevo Siglo Doktor Freud by Sabina Berman, Después de ti Señorita Julia by Patrick Marber, directed by Sandra Felix. Santa Juana de los Mataderos by Bertold Brecht, Siete Puertas by Botho Strauss, Bajo la Piel de Castor by Gerhart Hauptmann and La Expulsión directed by Luis de Tavira. Fotografía en la Playa by Emilio Carballido, directed by Raúl Quintanilla for the National Theatre Company, Alguien Va a Venir for Teatro Línea de Sombra, Desdémona la Historia de un Pañuelo by Benjamin Cann, and Por el Gusto de Morir Bajo el Volcán by David Hevia.
She worked with Peter Shuman, director of the theater company Bread & Puppet Theater in Glover, Vermont.
Her feature film work includes Efectos Secundarios by Issa López, Las Buenrostro by Busi Cortes, La Zona by Rodrigo Plá, Amor Dolor y Viceversa by Alfonso Pineda, and Cinco Días sin Nora by Mariana Chenillo.
In television she starred in SOS for Televisa, and Los Minindo for Channel Eleven.
She participated in the second season of Capadoccia produced by HBO.
She has been nominated for a Diosa De Plata for best actress and by the APT as a breakthrough actress.
Her most recent work in theater has been El Amante y Traición by Harold Pinter, and Tomar Partido by Ronald Harwood.