Marc Worden

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Marc Worden
Born David Marc Worden
(1976-06-05) June 5, 1976 (age 38)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actor
Years active 1989–present

Marc Worden (born June 5, 1976) is a Canadian actor. Following community theatre performances in the Toronto Civic Light-Opera Company's productions of The King and I and The Wizard of Oz, as well as taking dance and musical theatre classes with Roland and Romaine Studios in Toronto, he made film appearances on two episodes of the television series Katts and Dog and his most recent appearances include a voice role in the films Planet Hulk and 10 Years Later. He was a cast member for 5 seasons on the Disney Channel's All New Mickey Mouse Club from 1990 to 1995. He is also known for playing Edward Ray in the early seasons of the Road to Avonlea series.

Selected filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1989 Katts and Dog
Ep: A Killer Among Us
Ep: On the Take
Julio Kowalski TV series
1990-1996 TV series
The All-New Mickey Mouse Club Himself TV series
Road to Avonlea
Ep: Conversions
Ep: Felicity's Challenge
Ep: Another Point of View
Edward Ray TV series
1992 TV series
1993 MMC in Concert Himself
Emerald Cove Will Jenkins TV series
1996 Space: Above and Beyond
Ep: Toy Soldiers
Neil West TV series
1997 The Maker Simon
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Ep: Sons and Daughters
Ep: You Are Cordially Invited...
Alexander Rozhenko TV series
1998 The Lesser Evil Young Ivan
Felicity
Ep: Hot Objects
Jerry TV series
1999 Student Affairs Steve TV movie
Pirates of Silicon Valley Chris Larson TV movie
Batman Beyond
Ep: Rebirth, Part 1
Ep: The Winning Edge
Ep: Joyride
Joker on Monorail (voice)
Jody (voice)
Scab (voice)
TV series.
Come On, Get Happy: The Partridge Family Story Hippie Hanger On TV movie
2000 Nash Bridges
Ep: End Game
Mike TV series
2001 The Zeta Project
Ep: The Accomplice
Slam (voice) TV series
2002 NYPD Blue
Ep: Oedipus Wrecked
Eric Clifton TV series
2003 Six Feet Under
Ep: The Eye Inside
Zach TV series
Wonderful Days Shua (voice)
2004 Static Shock
Ep: Future Shock
Jokerz Gang Member (voice) TV series
Stargate SG-1
Ep: Lost City: Part 2
Ronan TV series
10.5 Earl (uncredited) TV miniseries
Teen Titans
Ep: Can I Keep Him?
Killer Moth (voice) TV series
2005 Enterprise
Ep: Affliction
Klingon Prisoner TV series
Justice League
Ep: Epilogue
Future Parasite TV series
2006 Ultimate Avengers Tony Stark/Iron Man (voice) Video
Ultimate Avengers II Video
2007 The Invincible Iron Man Video
According to Jim
Ep: The Flannelsexual
Ep: The Hot Wife
Stew TV series
2008 Maitre'D TV series
Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight Sturm Brightblade (voice) Video
Life
Ep: Find Your Happy Place
Ice Cream Guy TV series
Batman: The Brave and the Bold
Ep: Rise of the Blue Beetle!
The Super-Batman of Planet X
Knights of Tomorrow
Kanjar Ro (voice)
Lt. Matthew Shrieve
Joker Jr. (voice)
TV series.
Dirty Sexy Money
Ep: The Summer House
D.J. Pillowhead TV series
2009 Saving Grace
Ep: I Believe in Angels
Hunter Wilson TV series
2010 Planet Hulk Iron Man (voice) Video
10 Years Later Ralph Completed
2012 CSI:NY
Ep: Slainte
Declan Callahan TV series
2013 Malibu Country
Ep: Bowling for Mama
Dallas TV series

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role
1997 Blade Runner Baker
2000 Combat Flight Simulator 2
2001 Command & Conquer: Yuri's Revenge
Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy Warrior
2007 God of War II Jason's Guard
Guild Wars: Eye of the North Svanir / Barthalos
2009 Halo Wars Brute Chieftain
2010 Vanquish Victor Zaitsev[1]
2013 Skylanders: Swap Force Trap Shadow
2013 Marvel Heroes Iron Man/Tony Stark

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kellams, JP (2010-10-25). "Narrative Design in Vanquish". PlatinumGames Blog. Platinum Games. Retrieved 2014-08-21. 

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