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The Semi-Official Site for Actor Steven Marcus

(Formerly Known as the Steven Marcus Admiration Page)

Greetings! This page is being reworked to serve a more professional purpose for Steven's work, since there aren't any other resources on the Web currently featuring his career (outside of TV/Film credits on the IMDB), which is a cryin' shame, if you ask me. A little background on why this page exists: I have been following his career since the early 1990's, and have gathered pictures, media clips and the like over the years. Yes, I've even met him in person. :)

NOTE: This site will be changing soon, as with permission from Steven himself, a personal site with his current information and more will be launching in the near future! In the meantime, if you would like to contact Steven, please let me know; I am able to forward messages his way, but am not listing his contact information here at this time. He does receive them all, although I can't guarantee when he might reply to them. So, whether you knew him years ago or worked on a film, in a play, etc., with him and want to say hello, feel free to send your well-wishes along, and I'll make sure he gets them.

While pages are being reworked, you can still check the most comprehensive résumé info available here: Steven's Film/TV/Theatre Credits

Here are some video clips you can view online: Steven in the short film "Arrested Development" (not related to the TV show by the same name), featured in a video review of the 2010 production of "Little Doc" at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. And for those Mathnet fans out there, here's links to BOTH episodes he appeared in: The Case of the Masked Avenger, and The Case of the Mystery Weekend (this is part one; you can jump to the other parts from there). Enjoy!

Before he was relatively well-known: Here's a new page with a few pictures of Steven in high school; before pursuing a career in entertainment, he was quite the athlete at St. Louis Park High School!

Please check back as things are revised - thank you!

-Jill M. Sheehan, Webmaster

Page Last Updated: September 10, 2012

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