For Middle Child Marc has appeared as the M.C. in ALL WE EVER WANTED WAS EVERYTHING, Bobby in TEN STOREY LOVE SONG, Terry in WEEKEND ROCKSTARS, Arthur Seaton in SATURDAY NIGHT & SUNDAY MORNING, Emcee in MODERN LIFE IS RUBBISH, James in WHEN YOU CURE ME, Scott in 25, and The Dame in multiple Middle Child pantomimes.

Further credits include Howard in the Morrissey bio-pic ENGLAND IS MINE, various roles in A VERY EXPENSIVE POISON (Old Vic), Tom in DANCING THROUGH THE SHADOWS (Hull Truck) and Jim in ANOTHER SOMEONE (RashDash).

He trained at Arts Educational Schools London after graduating from The University of Hull.

Marc is represented by Feast Management.


Favourite piece of theatre? 
Violence & Son / Iphigenia In Splott (both Gary Owen)

Favourite Middle Child moment? 
The “Disturbing The Peace/Arrest/Fined” incident.

Favourite writers? 
Hermann Hesse, John Steinbeck & William Faulkner.

Favourite album? 
What The Toll Tells – Two Gallants
The Low End Theory – A Tribe Called Quest
Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not – Arctic Monkeys
Louder Than Bombs – The Smiths
Attack & Release – The Black Keys

Favourite book? 
Freedom by Johnathan Franzen
It by Stephen King
The Killing Jar by Nicola Monaghan
The Beano by Various 

Favourite film? 
There Will Be Blood 

What do you love about Hull? 
It’s relatively quiet, small and friendly. 

​​What else do you outside Middle Child? 
I study professional wrestling.