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July 9, 1975 |
Sharon, Connecticut, United States
|Spouse(s)||Rita Bias (2006-present)|
Marston appeared as Eddie Silva on the CBS soap opera As the World Turns from 1998 to 2000. The role earned him a Soap Opera Digest Award nomination for "Outstanding Male Newcomer." He next portrayed Al Holden on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live from 2001 to 2003, and then played Dr. Michael McBain on the series from 2004 to 2007.
Previously, Marston was a regular on the prime time series Matt Waters in 1996, and had a small role in the 2002 cable television movie Monday Night Mayhem. On November 25, 2008, Marston appeared on Law & Order: SVU in the role of Brent Latimer.
Marston's film work includes roles in the feature films The Craft (1996), Ordinary Sinner (2001) and "Ciao, America" (2002), along with a leading role in the short film "The Paw" (2005). He also co-starred with Angelina Jolie in Love Is All There Is (1996).
In the early hours of October 21, 2007, Marston was arrested following an altercation with three people in New York City, and was thought to be under the influence of narcotics. Ultimately, in March 2010 Marston plead guilty to one charge of misdemeanor resisting arrest and completed a three-month course in anger management as part of a no-jail-time sentencing deal. No drug allegations were ever substantiated, though Marston did admit to punching a police officer who was trying to break up the fracas.
Marston also starred as Tony Parisi in the 2011 independently-produced body-switching romantic comedy Walk A Mile In My Pradas.
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- Italiano, Laura (11 March 2010). "'One Life To Live' star Nathaniel Marston sentenced in Manhattan street fight". New York Post. Retrieved 31 July 2011.