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marcus d.

harvey
SAG-AFTRA AEA ELIGIBLE

Bohemia Talent
Naomi Kolstein 212.472.6300 (office) 914.525.3586 (cell)

212.960.3650 (cell)

harvey.marcusd@gmail.com www.themarcusdharvey.com Vocal Range: Baritone (Low G to High G) Height: 58 Weight: 145 Eyes: Brown Hair: Black

naomi@bohemiaent.com

International Theatre NY Theatre

An American Dream (dir. Jeremy Bloom) Fear and Misery.(dir. Carl Cofield) baba RECK The Cherry Orchard (dir. Blake Bradford) Dreamgirls Sonnets for an Old Century

Fes Doctor, etc. One Man Show Hammer Jones Trofimov Marty A. Dawson Willie (u/s) George C. Wolfe, etc. Ensemble Cory Maxson Husz Julius Caesar Father Roman Narrator/Kid/Man Emerald City Citizen Roger Richard Recurring U/5 Lead Supporting

The Old Vic, London Schapiro Theatre TADA! Theatre Kraine Theatre Phare Play Theatre Company The Theatre Company Velocity Theatre Company Playmakers Rep Silver Spring Stage Illinois Shakespeare Festival Roanoke Valley Theatre Brooklyn College Brooklyn College Brooklyn College Brooklyn College Ebony Readers/Onyx Theatre Old Playmakers Theatre Lab Theatre! Carolina Union Theatre ABC Newspaper Productions knowmadic films

Regional Theatre

Master Harold and the Boys (dir. John Dillon) Fires in the Mirror King John (dir. Calvin MacLean) Fences

University Theatre

A Bright Room Called Day (dir. Dave Dalton) Julius Caesar (dir. William Addis) Eurydice (dir. Adrienne Kapstein) The Fairy Garden (dir. Gretchen Van Lente) The Colored Museum The Wiz Raised In Captivity Blues for Mister Charlie

Film/TV

One Life to Live Two Newspapermen: An Untruthful Story Collision

Training

MFA Acting, Brooklyn College, May 2012 Acting: Mary Beth Easley, Mark Blum, Jim Jack, Ragnar Friedank, Gary Cowling Voice/Speech: Judylee Vivier (Voice), Charlotte Fleck, Francine Zerfas (Fitzmaurice) Movement: Ian Wen (Butoh), Laura Smith (Alexander), Michael Chin (Stage Combat) Master Class: Kevin Spacey (Monologue Coaching/Old Vic), Andrew Wade (Voice & Text), Alaine Alldaffer (Scene Study) Lecoq Summer Intensive: Norman Taylor, Virginia Scott, Richard Crawford, Adrienne Kapstein M.A., Dramatic Writing for Social Change, New York University Performance/Writing: Anna Deavere Smith, Lenora Champagne, Selma Thompson B.A. Dramatic Arts and B.A. Performance Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Special Skills: Dialects: Southern, South African, French, RP, Cockney, Modern British; SAFD (Basic, 2012); Former Track Athlete, Dance: Hip Hop, Theatre Jazz, Ballet (5 years); Licensed Driver, Bartender