Marc Warren is an English actor from Northamptonshire, English. He is known for his appearance in British television, film, and theatre roles. He made his debut in the year 1986 and is known for his roles in Band of Brothers, The Vice, State of Play, Mad Dogs, The Musketeers, and Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell. He was born as Marc Stephens on march 20th 1967 in Northampton, Northamptonshire in England. Marc took his father’s Christian first name, Warren. As Marc likes to keep his personal life private not many details regarding his family are available. He completed his high school from Cove Senior School in 1982. He attended East 15 Acting School in Loughton, Essex but dropped out.
Marc Warren Career
Warren has worked in film, television, theatre, and radio all throughout his career. He made his first appearance in May of 1986 by featuring in Stags and Hens at The Northampton Theatre Royal. In some of the following years, he was seen in Godspell, The Seven Descents of Myrtle, Casualty, Gawain and the Green Knight, and so on. His major breakthrough was seen in An Ungentlemanly Act, a BBC film in 1992 where he played the role of Tony Hunt. He played Thomas Rankin in Grange Hill which was seen as his first recurring role. He was also seen in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. For his role as Oliver Twist Marc was awarded a Royal Television Society award in the year 2000.
Subsequently, he was seen in Men Only as Mac, No Night Is Too Long, State of Play, and the role of the main character Danny Blue in BBC TV series Hustle. In 2006 he played a role in Doctor Who, Hogfather as Mr. Teatime, and Count Dracula in Dracula which received 5.23 million views. He was also seen in Ballet Shoes along with Emilia Fox and Emma Watson in 2007. Consistently he was also seen in Messiah V: The Rapture playing the main role. He was nominated for TMA award for his role in The Pillowman. He was then starred in Mad Dogs alongside Max Beesley and John Simm which was over four series long.
In 2011 he returned to theatre and played in Cool Hand Look; it was a limited season which lasted from September 2011 to January 2012 at Aldwych Theatre in London. In 2012 he was seen playing the role of Kalinda Sharma’s husband in the drama series, The Good Wife. He appeared on Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell on BBC and The Musketeers as Rochefort. From September 2020, he will be seen in thriller drama, Van Der Valk as the main character, Piet Van der Valk alongside Maimie McCoy and Luke Gale.
Marc Warren Biography
|Real Name||Marc Warren|
|Birth Date||20 March 1967|
|Birth Place||Northampton, Northamptonshire, U.K.|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 9” – in Centimetres – 175 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 75 kg – in Pounds – 165 lbs|
|Chest Size||42 inches|
|Waist Size||34 inches|
|Biceps Size||14 inches|
|Shoe Size||10 (U.S.)|
|School||East 15 Acting School|
|Girlfriend||Abigail Titmuss (2008 – 2009)|
|Is he a Gay?||No|
|Favourite Food||Not Known|
|Favourite Destination||Not Known|
|Favourite Color||Not Known|
Marc began dating Abi Titmuss in 2007, after a year they were even ready to start a family together but in 2009 the couple was last seen together. Marc has been a very private person and did not reveal anything about his next girlfriend Chloe Mandeley. Both were spotted kissing each other in 2012. But the relationship was called off and Chloe married James Haskell in 2018. Currently, there is no confirmation of Marc seeing anyone but however there are rumors that the actor has tied the knot with his long-term girlfriend.
Marc Warren Net Worth
Marc Warren has worked in more than 27 films and 57 television shows and working in the industry for about 34 years. The primary source of his income is mainly his acting career and other endorsements deals and his net worth is estimated at around $4 million.
- Marc Warren born as Marc Stephens in England is an English actor.
- He is a member of the National Youth Theatre, London.
- Warren is a dropout from East 15 Acting School, London
- His acting career has spanned for over 30 years.
- He was presented with the Royal Television Society Award for his role in Oliver Twist.
- Marc has a soft corner for dogs.