Marvin has worked in theatre and television for more than 25 years, and holds an MFA in Acting from York University, where he first met and studied under David Rotenberg in 1994. He continues to study and teach with David at The Professional Actors Lab, and has worked in a number of Performance Group productions under Mr. Rotenberg’s direction, including DWARF, The Sins of the Father, and Franz Wedekind’s Lulu.
Film and television credits include: Murdoch Mysteries, Impact (series); Believe Me (feature); Reign; The Firm (series); The Echo (feature); the CBC short “Unlocked”; CFC short “Two Brothers”; Mayday; Kevin Hill; Riding the Bus with My Sister; Street Time; Brian’s Song (feature); and Nero Wolfe.
Other theatre credits include: Carl in The Tank Range Project (Meaford Arts Collective /Springworks); Harry Brock in Born Yesterday (Capital Theatre, Port Hope); The Laramie Project (Studio180/ Buddies); Victor in Private Lives (The Globe, Regina); and Joey in The Old Neighborhood (East-West, John Gordon).
Marvin also holds a Bachelor of Education from OISE, University of Toronto, specializing in Intermediate-Senior, Literature and Theatre Studies. In 2015, Marvin opened his own studio PRO ACTORS LAB STRATFORD, which, like our Toronto studio, offers on-camera training and private audition coaching to professionals living in southwestern Ontario and the GTA.