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Marc G

Sex: Male

Union Status: SAG-Eligible

Height: 5' 10

Weight: 180

Shirt Size: 15 x 33

Shoe Size:

Pants Size: 36

Hair Colour: White - Bald On Top

Ethnicity: Caucasion

Eye Colour: Brown

City: North Beach

State: Maryland

Current Passport: Yes

Drivers License: No

US Citizen: Yes

Ages Performed: Middle Age, Senior

Marc G
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Marc G is a character actor favoring slightly to very outlandish characters, accents, period pieces, villains, and character voices. He is best known for his roles as Edward Doheny in "Hell House" on the Investigation Discovery Channel, as the Inventor in "The Machine," winner of Top 5 honors at the Rosebud Film Festival in 2015, as God in "The Bus to Paradise," featured in the 2015 Maryland International Film Festival, as CEO Snow in "The Black Friday Games," and as Black Bart the stage coach robber in Secrets of the Arsenal which aired numerous times on The American Heroes Channel in 2014-15. He also played the ghost of William Winter in "When Ghosts Attack," for Destination America Channel. On HBO's Veep, he played the Attorney General in a featured role in two episodes. He played a homeless man in "My Friend Ben," and Walter, the ghost, in "Amber." He plays Armand Moncharmin, owner-manager of the Paris Opera in "Coney Island," a Phantom of the Opera spin-off TV pilot. Among his gangster roles are the Russian Mob Boss in "The Bad Job," and a killer in "Boss 2.". He is featured as the "peddler bereft of goods," in the PBS mini-series "Mercy Street." He plays a sadistic psychiatrist in "Remember," a demented killer in "What Really Happened," to be aired on ID Channel, and a monster's accomplice in "Pipeline." In late 2017 and spring 2018 he is involved in filming "Bill Tilghman and the Outlaws," in which he plays Bat Masterson. His background appearances have included House of Cards and Gotham, as well as Veep. On stage, he has done highly acclaimed portrayals of Ebeneezer Scrooge and Jacob Marley in Dickens's "A Christmas Carol," reprised his role as Armand Moncharmin in "Phantom of the Opera" at the Byrd Theater in Richmond, and many other roles, starting when he was in high school. As an event entertainer, he does Shakespeare impersonation.

Marc is also an avid sailor, tennis player, vintage motorcyclist, cross-country skier, gardener, vintage shotgun shooter, and dog lover. He is a Washington DC area consultant on energy environment and an international economist who authored many published essays on international economics, and amateur economic historian. He resides in North Beach, Maryland on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay.

His motto: "It's never too late to have a happy childhood."

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