Marc Isaacs is a father, professional actor, writer and author living in North Texas. He’s appeared in films, TV programs and numerous commercials, along with serving as a voice over talent.

As a seasoned writer, he’s created content for numerous commercials, websites, merchandising displays and publications. In 2010 he served as a ghostwriter for a financial guide for teenagers, and his first published book is an activity guide for Dallas-Fort Worth fathers called WONDERDADS DALLAS. It’s available on Amazon.com. He’s currently writing a how-to book called ACTING MADE STUPID SIMPLE, and planning another book project with a focus on his large extended family.

Marc first studied acting at St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York, and later trained in improvisation. Last year he stepped into his first major role in a feature film, playing the prosecutor in “The Toy Box” directed by Michael Colburn. The film is based on a true story of serial killer David Parker Ray, and Marc played the attorney aiming to put Ray behind bars for life. Another independent feature, “The Preacher’s Daughter” directed by Michelle Mower, gave Marc a chance to play an attorney again, this time opposite Andrea Bowen of “Desperate Housewives.”

His background includes stints as a TV weatherman and reporter, and his professional career began in radio as an on-air host, sports announcer and salesman. Marc is also the creative mind behind a children’s television series that aired in Houston, Texas. “Houston ZooperStars Challenge” ran for three seasons on KHOU Channel 11, and earned two Lone Star EMMY nominations.

He’s represented by Linda McAlister Talent in Dallas, Pastorini Bosby Talent in Houston, Texas and Cason Select in Shreveport, Louisiana. Voice over samples are available here.


Photo by Michelle Rexroat

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