Marc Worden's acting career began in Toronto at the age of 9, in theater and television, including a recurring role on Road to Avonlea for CBC/Disney. At the age of 12, Marc was invited to join the cast of the Mickey Mouse Club for five seasons. His work led him to Los Angeles where clients have ranged from independent films for Mad Chance and Orion, to multi-camera comedy pilots and sitcoms for ABC, CBS, WB and FOX, to dramas and sci-fi for HBO, NBC, MTV and TNT including guest starring roles on Six Feet Under, NYPD: Blue, Saving Grace, CSI: NY and a recurring role on Star Trek: DS9 as Worf's son, Alexander. The voice over world is where Marc really found his niche, representing elite brands including Apple, Gatorade and McDonalds, voicing animation for Cartoon Network, Paramount, FOX, WB and Marvel, including four films for Lionsgate as Iron Man/Tony Stark and projects for acclaimed interactive clients including Blizzard, Rockstar, Sony and Activision for such roles as Deacon Blackfire in Batman: Arkham Knight, Trap Shadow in Skylanders and Sinestro for WB Games and WB World in Abu Dhabi.
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