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Dean Marshall

Dean Marshall
Dean Marshall at Wolf Pegasus Three, 2008
Born Dean Stewart Marshall
(1969-10-09) October 9, 1969 (age 44)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada[1]
Occupation Actor, Writer and Director[2]
Years active 1993-present [3]

Dean Stewart Marshall (born October 9, 1969) is a Canadian film, television, and theater, actor, writer, and director.[2] Who is probably best known for portraying Sgt. Bates on Syfy original series Stargate Atlantis,[1][4] and for portraying Carter on both Da Vinci's Inquest, and Da Vinci's City Hall.[2]

Early life

Marshall began performing at a young age in a steel band.[2] His family was originally from Trinidad and Tobago, but immigrated to Canada before he was born.[2] He was born and raised in a Montreal suburb.[2][5]

Career

Before acting he joined the Canadian Forces at age 18, and served for some 6 years. Since 1993, he acts, writes and directs in the television, film, and theater business.[2][6] Marshall has taken on diverse roles ranging from Malcolm Bridges, the crazy fearless officer, in the action packed adventurer film Babylon 5: The Legend of the Rangers, to the smart laid-back Detective Carter in Da Vinci's City Hall.[7]

Since his career took of in 1993, Marshall resides in Vancouver, the hub of the Canadian television, and film industry.[8]

Filmography

As of August 30, 2012, Marshall appeared in 37 different TV, and films, since his career started in 1993.[3]

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Urban Angel Unknown 1 episode, season 1
1993 The Hidden Room Max 1 episode, season 5
1995 Tommy Boy Frat Boy Film
1995 Rude Joe Film
1995 The Great Defender Convenience Store Clerk 1 episode, season 4
1996 TekWar Officer Schueler 1 episode, season 1
1998 The Vigil Uncredited Film
1998 NightMan Mike 1 episode, season 2
1999 Poltergeist: The Legacy Chad 1 episode, season 2
2000 Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show Larson E. Daniels 1 episode, season 3
2000 First Wave Cop #2 1 episode, season 3
2001 Strange Frequency Paramedic #1 TV film
2001–2005 Da Vinci's Inquest Constable Carter 20 episodes, season 1-7
1999–2002 The Outer Limits Captain William Hinman / Corporal Hanford 1 episode, season 5; 1 episode, season 7
2001 Stephen King's Dead Zone Night School Guard 1 episode, season 1
2001 Cold Squad Kevin Garner 1 episode, season 5
2002 Babylon 5: The Legend of the Rangers Malcolm Bridges Film
2002 Monk Cop in Lobby 2 episodes, season 1
2003 Tom Stone Max LaBruce 1 episode, season 2
2003 Jeremiah Gary 1 episode, season 2
2004–2008 Stargate Atlantis Bates 8 episodes, season 1; 1 episode, season 4
2004 The Life Male Cop #2 TV film
2005 Best Friends Second police officer TV film
2005–2006 Da Vinci's City Hall Detective Carter 8 episodes, season 1
2006 Ties That Bind Det. Barlow Unknown
2006 Smallville Seattle Police Officer 1 episode, season 6
2007 Masters of Science Fiction The General's Aide 1 episode, season 1
2007 Intelligence Bob Clay 2 episodes, season 2
2008 Eureka Dr. Herrera 1 episode, season 3
2009 2012 Ark Communications Officer Film
2009 Held Hostage Leland TV film
2010 Life Unexpected Dave 1 episode, season 2
2010 Fringe Uniform 1 episode, season 3
2013 She Made Them Do It Tucker Shift TV film

Theater

As of 2013, Marshall appeared in three theater roles either as an actor, writer or director.[9]

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Playboy of the West Indies Unknown
1994 Romeo and Juliet Unknown
1994–1996; 2010–2012 Riff Raff Minor Writer and Director

Voice work

As of 2013, Marshall voiced in one video game.[3]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Kessen Kiyomasa Kato/Teruzumi Akashi Voice actor

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Biography at Da Vinci Online


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