16 June 1982 |
Santa Rosa, California USA
Marshall Cook, born June 16, 1982, is an American actor, director, writer, producer, editor, and visual effects artist.
He was born and raised in Santa Rosa, California.
By the time Marshall turned four, he had already performed in two plays at the Santa Rosa Junior College. He started directing shorts at age nine with his father's Hi-8 camcorder and VCR - The same year he started playing football. While he continued to make short films and act in plays, Marshall also played quarterback at Occidental College, Los Angeles. He quit football after the first two years in college to pursue acting and filmmaking.
He landed his first role in Jeepers Creepers 2. In the winter of 2003, Marshall graduated from Occidental College, with a bachelor of arts degree (majoring in film and new media production, and minoring in theater).
- Mitch DePrima, "Division III: Football's Finest."
- Nathan West, "Danny Roane: 1st Time Director."
- Mike, "Division III." (short)
- Bill, "Callback."
- Ferris, "AdCorp, Inc." (short)
- Reed Mathews, "Lethal Eviction."
- Marshall, "Love, Hollywood Style."
- Boy, "Jeepers Creepers 2."
- Paul, "Parenthood." (NBC)
- Bartender, "Weeds." (SHO)
- Aaron Towers, "Shark." (CBS)
- Richard Henderson, "Medical Investigation" (NBC)
- Bruce Durgan, "Jag" (CBS).
- Pool Player, "How I Met Your Mother" (FOX).
- Frat Boy, "My Boys" (TBS).
- Bartender, "Last Laugh 2005" (Comedy Central).
- Grand Prize Winner - Best Short Film, "Division III." - The Emerging Filmmaker Screening Series, New York 2006
- Grand Prize Winner - Best Short Film, "AdCorp, Inc." - The Emerging Filmmaker Screening Series, New York 2005
- Monthly Prize Winner, "AdCorp, Inc." - Moviefone.com 2005
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