Marlon Young

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Marlon Young
Born (1962-02-07) 7 February 1962 (age 55)
Hampton, South Carolina, US
Occupation Actor
Years active 1987–present
Spouse(s) Divorced

Marlon Young (born February 7, 1962), sometimes credited as Marlon Chopper Young, is an American actor.


Year Film Role Notes
2000 Prison Life Jackson
2001 Blue Hill Avenue Twinkie
Taylor's Wall Mr. Dubois
2002 Essence of King & Queen Doctor
Love and a Bullet Wade
2005 Traci Townsend Pierre
Midnight Clear Ben Pressmore
War of the Worlds News Cameraman
Year Title Role Notes
1995–1998 Family Matters Willie Eight Episodes: Bugged, Fa La La La Laagghh!, Odd Man In, Who's Afraid of the Big Black Book?, Trading Places, Deck the Malls, Throw Urkel from the Train and Pop Goes the Question: credited as Marlon Chopper Young
1996 Space: Above and Beyond Sentry One Episode: Tell Our Moms We Done our Best: credited as Marlon Chopper Young
1996–2001 NYPD Blue Uniform #1 Two Episodes: Where's 'Swaldo: credited as Marlon Chopper Young and Two Clarks in a Bar
1997 Total Security ESU Co-Worker One Episode: Pilot credited as Marlon Chopper Young:
1998 7th Heaven Bus Driver One Episode: And a Nice Chianti: credited as Marlon Chopper Young
1999 V.I.P. Mike One Episode: Midnight in the Garden of Ronnie Beeman: credited as Marlon Chopper Young
Suddenly Susan Para One Episode: Suddenly Susan
2000 Judging Amy Ted Martlett One Episode: Drawing the Line
2001 JAG LSE One Episode: New Gun in Town
The Agency Security Guard One Episode: Closure
2003 ER Paramedic Thomas One Episode: Out of Africa
2004 The District Chuck Prager One Episode: A.K.A
2004–2007 Entourage Rufus Four Episodes: Talk Show, Oh, Mandy, The Prince's Bride and The Resurrection
2008 Saving Grace Role Unknown One Episode: A Little Hometown Love
2009 Curb Your Enthusiasm Cop One Episode: The Bare Midriff
2010 Nip/Tuck Cop One Episode: Virginia Hayes
The Hard Times of RJ Berger Guidance Counselor/Coach Series Regular


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