Marc was born and raised in Liverpool and originally trained as a chemical pathologist having obtained a degree in Chemistry. However, after a couple of years of working in this field, he knew he had to pursue his lifelong passion for performing, so he took the leap, moved down to London and after leaving pathology behind him and living on the breadline for a couple of years, eventually applied for the musical theatre course at the Arts Educational School. The decision paid off when Marc learned that, not only had he been offered a place on the course, but he had also been selected as the very first winner of the highly prestigious 'Andrew Lloyd Webber Scholarship' which covered his three years of tuition fees.

Since this auspicious start, Marc has worked all over the UK and in Europe in musicals, concerts, cabaret, TV and radio.

His West End credits include LES MISERABLES, ANNIE, THE FIELDS OF AMBROSIA (UK premiere in which he played the show stopping leading role of Jimmy Crawford to wide critical acclaim), COLOURED LIGHTS (Jermyn St Theatre - 2008) and concert versions of MACK AND MABEL and LA CAGE AUX FOLLES. He was also thrilled to appear in the International, televised concert version of LES MIS at the Royal Albert Hall celebrating the show's 10th anniversary and THE ROYAL VARIETY SHOW (1998) at the Lyceum Theatre.


Other Credits include: Seymour Krelbourn in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Marc played opposite Su Pollard on the number 1 UK tour and then repeated the role at the English Theatre in Frankfurt), Alan-a Dale in Bill Kenwright's UK tour of ROBIN, PRINCE OF SHERWOOD, The Grandmother and Priest in Stephen Sondheim's PACIFIC OVERTURES at the Leicester Haymarket Theatre, Charley Kringas in Sondheim's MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG (Firebrand productions - Greenwich), Cosmo Brown in SINGING IN THE RAIN, Charles in ME AND MY GIRL and Freddy in MY FAIR LADY (Shanklin Theatre) and Cornelius Hackel in HELLO DOLLY (Norden Farm Theatre).


Marc has toured as lead singer with numerous review shows including: THE WONDERFUL WEST END (David Graham Productions), THE BEST OF BROADWAY and LONDON PRIDE (New London Entertainment) and Gary Wilmot's highly regarded and critically acclaimed SHOW STOPPERS UK tour.


TV and Radio - a guest appearance on the RICHARD and JUDY show singing songs from Little Shop Of Horrors with Su Pollard, and a guest appearence as a soloist on BBC Radios 2's FRIDAY NIGHT IS MUSIC NIGHT.


In the last few years Marc has branched out into the world of cabaret and has performed in many venues including Lauderdale House, Battersea Barge and Norden Farm Centre for the Arts (Cabaret Night). Marc has also been flexing his directorial muscles with his productions of COWARDY CUSTARD, SOME ENCHANTED EVENING and THE WORLD GOES ROUND, also at Norden Farm. (2005-2007). In 2010, Marc played Lee Harvey Oswald in the critically acclaimed Union Theatre's production of Stephen Sondheim's ASSASSINS.
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Marc sings regularly with acclaimed new synagogue choir MOSAIC VOICES, at the New West End Synagogue in Bayswater.
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He also appeared in RAGS in Concert (produced by Aria Entertainment) at the Lyric Theatre, in the West End, in April 2014.
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In Summer 2014, Marc appeared in the hugely successful Union Theatre's production of Stephen Sondheim's PACIFIC OVERTURES, playing the Shogun's Mother and the French Admiral.
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Album recordings include: THE FIELDS OF AMBROSIA (Definite Maybe Productions - Original London Cast - Aldwych Theatre), THE WONDERFUL WEST END (David Graham Productions), LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (UK national tour recording) and of course CLEAR BLUE SKY, Marc's debut solo album featuring Helena Blackman and comprising all new previously unrecorded songs by composer CHARLES MILLER- released in 2008 by MaKiNG records.