Marc Collins has had a long and storied career acting, directing, and producing for both theatre and film. It all started at 15 years old with a not-so-stellar performance as 45 year old "Harry," the staunch patriarch, in "Man of the House" produced by the local church's McFarlin Players. "Riveting" was the word used by the following Sunday's church bulletin . . . Well, really it all started with "The Cowardly Lion" in a 3rd grade "Wizard of Oz," but the production values were awful.
Marc has acted in over 75 stage productions and has worked production in over a 100 more in various regional theatres. He also holds a BFA in Drama from the University of Oklahoma. Notable credits include George Gibbs in "Our Town" at the University of Oklahoma, Junior in "Crazy for You" at Flat Rock Playhouse in North Carolina, Wormwood in "Screwtape" and Gately in "Private Wars" at TinFish Productions in Chicago, and Krivoy Zob in "The Lower Depths" with Shattered Globe Productions in Chicago. Film credits, in addition to several featured roles in "Martti and Kim's Story of . . . [Abridged]", include a featuring role in "Brothers II" and several industrials for Sony Electronics.
"Martti and Kim's Story of . . . [Abridged] is a heartbreaking work of staggering genius and Marc cannot wait to stagger through future episodes . . .
Learn more at www.marcbcollins.com.