Marc Singer

A star of constant productivity in both television and feature films, Marc Singer continues as a fan favorite to both adults and children. His popularity stems from such title roles as The Beastmaster in the three original films of that name, as well as his portrayal of Mike Donovan in the three acclaimed sci-fi TV epics V, V: the Final Battle, and V: the Series.

Both The Beastmaster and V continue in popularity to this day, with V as a perennial ratings favorite on the sci-fi channel, and The Beastmaster rated one of the top most requested films on HBO for over a decade. In fact, the joke was that HBO stands for "Hey, Beastmaster's On!" The same can be said of the Turner Network's most requested films in its library as well. The longevity of both these favorites generates a constantly renewing resource of fans as parents continually introduce their children to these classics.

This past season, Marc appeared in the recurring guest-starring role of Dartanus- sword master, mentor and guide in the popular TV series The Beastmaster, spun from those very films whose title role Marc created. The world-wide distribution of this syndicated series contributes significantly to his identification with a continuing base of fresh audiences.

Add to this a full season on Dallas (the most watched nighttime series on its day) and his recent recurring guest star role on The Young and the Restless (the most watched daytime series of today) and the breadth of Marc's identity can be seen to cross include many venues.

Marc's starring portrayal of the blind student/singer in If You Could See What I Hear continues its significance to a wide and devoted following, as does the time travel romance The Two Worlds Of Jennie Logan in which he starred as Lindsay Wagner-and as did his memorable starring role as the Heisman trophy winner, John Cappelletti in the football saga Something For Joey.

Marc Singer's recent film work includes starring roles in the detective drama Streetcorner Justice; Lancelot, Guardian Of Time; L.A.P.D. To Protect And Serve; and Determination Of Death- all ratings favorites, enjoying wide cable distribution.

Marc Singer is further recognized from his guest-starring appearances on The Twilight Zone, Highlander, Murder She Wrote, Honey I Shrunk The Kids, Hawaii Five-0, The Ray Bradbury Theatre, The Black Stallion, just to name a few.

Marc's filmography is two-hundred-plus hours of television, numerous films and a career on the legitimate state in the classic plays of Shakespeare, Chekov, etc. He is a writer, an actor, a composer/singer, martial artist, broad-sword expert, and director. With a film project of his own creation in development at this time, a novel underway, the continuing consideration of script submissions and personal appearances, his schedule is a full one, and promises to remain that way for some time to come.