Rocky Marquette

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Rocky Marquette is an American film actor.

Rocky Marquette
Born Michigan
 United States
Occupation Actor


Early Life

Rocky Marquette was born in Muskegon, Michigan. He was high school drum major of the award winning Reeths-Puffer High School Marching Band with State and National titles and performed in numerous theatrical productions with the schools theatrical department. He would received the Muskegon Community Foundation Award/Scholarship for volunteering in his community, Muskegon County. Rocky showcased local actors in a short film he wrote and directed for the local Child Abuse Council. It was shown at the Reeths-Puffer High School to raise money for the cause with all proceeds going to victims of child abuse. After graduation, he attended college at Grand Valley State University on a Shakespeare scholarship. Once arriving in Los Angeles, Rocky continued his education at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) with focus on Television Writing.

Film Career

Rocky Marquette has acted alongside many actors including Minnie Driver, Kristen Stewart, Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund, and Patty McCormack. He has worked with famous directors such as Tobe Hooper and Academy Award nominated and BAFTA/Golden Globe Award winner Walter Salles.

Commercial/Print Career

Rocky Marquette has worked on campaigns for the companies HP, Sony, Liberty Mutual, Pennzoil, and Chevrolet.

Personal Life

Rocky currently lives in Los Angeles and has a second home in Michigan.


Year Film Role Notes
2011 On the Road Alfred Post-Production
2010 Anderson's Cross[1][2]' Shawn Jenkins
2008 "1968: Tunnel Rats [1][2] Pvt. Terence Verano
2008 "1968: Tunnel Rats Behind The Scenes [1][2] Himself Documentary
2008 Triloquist[1][2] Norbert
2007 Take[1][2] Mark
2006 The Bondage[1][2] Richard
2005 Mortuary[1][2] Grady
2005 Inside The Graveyard Himself Documentary
2005 Iowa[1][2] Cousin Jake
2005 Guy In Row Five New Extra
2004 "Shallow Ground[1][2] The Boy
2003 Jimmy Kimmel Live! (TV) Himself Episode #2.23
2002 NEXT! (TV) Various Pilot
2002 Spider-Man[2] Photo Double/Stand-In for Tobey Maguire Miscellaneous Crew


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