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Overview (4)

Born in Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Birth NameJason Christopher Marsden
Nicknames J-Mars
Height 5' 0½" (1.54 m)

Mini Bio (1)

You've seen him. You've heard him. Appearing across platforms such as television, feature film, animation, video games, commercials, talking toys, promotion, narration, and internet; as a result, Mars is affectionately referred to as "That Guy From That Show".

At age eleven, Jason Marsden relocated from Warwick, RI, to Hollywood to pursue his dream of being an actor. Starting with commercials, on camera and radio, Marsden landed his first recurring role on "General Hospital" as Alan Quartermaine Jr.. Soon after, Mars was cast as Eddie Munster on the 80's revamp, "The Munsters Today" with John Schuck and Lee Meriwether, in an 86 episode, three season run! Marsden's career continued to blossom when he joined the cast of the critically respected "Eerie Indiana" (now on Amazon). From there, Marsden continued to work on pilots and series, guest staring and recurring roles, and appearances in feature films through the mid 90s! To name a few, "Blossom","Baywatch" "Tales from the Crypt", "Ally McBeal", "Will & Grace", "Just Shoot Me", and most notably his recurring appearances in "Full House", "Boy Meets World", and ultimately joined the cast of "Step by Step".

In the feature film world; Jason played a young Billy Crystal in Crystal's directorial debut "Mr. Saturday Night". In "Fun With Dick and Jane", Jason botches Jim Carrey's shoplifting attempt. At age 20, Jason landed the job of a lifetime when Sir Ridley Scott cast him in "White Squall", opposite Jeff Bridges along with an ensemble of talent. The film shot in 8 countries around the world in 4 months. Recently, Marsden appeared in Steve Taylor's indie hit, "Blue Like Jazz".

During his 30 plus years as an actor, Jason built an outstanding legacy in Voice Over. Lending his pipes to hundreds of animated cartoon series, feature films, video games, toys, and counting! Amongst the most popular, Mars is the voice of Goofy's son, Max, in "A Goofy Movie" and the follow up "Extremely Goofy Movie", Thackery Binx in "Hocus Pocus", "Kovu" the rogue lion in "Lion King 2", Chester McBadbat in "Fairly Odd Parents", Nermal in "The Garfield Show", Conrad 'Duke' Hauser in "GI JOE: Renegades", and appearing in episodes of "Ultimate Spiderman","Batman: Brave and Bold", "Avatar: Legend of Korra" to name a few more. A fan fave is Jason's performance in Hayao Miyazaki's Academy Award winning "Spirited Away", as Haku the mysterious boy/dragon. Jason absolutely loves working in animation! Getting to working with the talented voice over artists that he used to listen to while watching Saturday morning cartoons as a kid is a dream come true! Current projects include: futuristic speedster, Impulse/Kid Flash in DC's "Young Justice", "Transformers - Rescue Bots", "Monsters U", "Secret Life of Pets", "DuckTales", and the popular video game, "Skyrim".

Marsden currently lives in Nashville, TN. Between gigs, he produces live music events and original web and television content through his company Mars Presents.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Mars Presents

Spouse (1)

Christy Marsden (2 October 2004 - present) ( 1 child)

Trade Mark (1)

Distinctive voice

Trivia (17)

He graduated from high school at age 16.
His father, Myles Marsden founded the State Ballet of Rhode Island. He also founded the Miles Marsden Dance Studio.
His parents are Myles Marsden and Linda Marsden.
Hobbies are ice-skating, rollerblading, drawing, swimming, and collecting Disney movies.
Attended D. Russell Parks Junior High School in Fullerton, California, in Orange County.
Best man at his wedding was best friend and former Boy Meets World (1993) star Will Friedle.
Former child stars, such as Scott Curtis from Aaron's Way (1988) and Danica McKellar from The Wonder Years (1988), attended his wedding.
The officiant at his wedding was former Charles in Charge (1984) star Alexander Polinsky.
Provided the narration for advertisements on Toon Disney, sometimes calling himself J-Mars.
Garrett Miller, the character he voiced on Extreme Ghostbusters (1997), was originally called Lucas in earlier drafts of the series. The character he played was the only Ghostbuster character not to have an action figure.
Is commonly confused as being brother of actor James Marsden. Although the two are not related, they are actually good friends, and their respective wives have been friends since they were six years old.
Was born on the same day and year as his Static Shock (2000) co-star, Danica McKellar: January 3, 1975.
His wife, Christy Marsden, gave birth to a baby boy, named Clark Otis Marsden, on February 17, 2010, who was 3 months premature.
Was best friends with Jonathan Brandis.
He has a older half-brother, Rick Marsden.
He went to Laguna Road Elementary School in Fullerton, California.
His mother, Linda Marsden, is a former model.

Personal Quotes (2)

[From the 'I Know That Voice' DVD]: Uh, to be a good voice director, you uh, do research on a story and you have to know that story you wanna tell, to be able to give direction without line readings like uh "Say it like this, and uh I'm walking through the door." or I mean cause that's not that not my performance anymore, it's the director's performance.
[From 'The Making of A Goofy Movie' TV special]: Basically they wanted a voice much like mine not like uh, a cartoony type voice or a uh, a Goofy type voice, just uh, basically my voice up a little bit inactive and you know, little crack here and there lots more energy.

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