Marc Richler
Actor, Singer, Host, Voice Actor
ACTRA Apprentice
“Marc has proven that his passion, focus, commitment and discipline are superior. He loves a challenge and has the ability to present himself, and his ideas, in a confident manner. He also has a wicked sense of humour!”
– Susan Stackhouse, Former Chair – Department of Theatre, Dalhousie University

Marc is a classically trained actor and singer (Neighborhood Playhouse, NYC. | Dalhousie University, Halifax. | Arts York: Vocal, Unionville.), as well as a writer, producer, founding member and resident Web Designer for WORKhouse Theatre (www.workhousetheatre.com).

His performances – ranging from the dramatic, to the comedic, to the melodic – have garnered critical praise from the likes of Toronto’s NOW Magazine, Halifax’s Chronicle Herald, and many others.

A self-proclaimed “sports freak”, Marc recently fused his passion for sports with his experience as an on-camera performer to lock down a finalist spot on “Gillette Drafted 5: the Search for Canada’s Next Sportscaster” on Rogers Sportsnet 360.

On the production end, Marc has served as co-producer and director of marketing for WORKhouse’s productions of “WET” and “Pains of Youth”, and has recently been volunteering his time and efforts within the marketing wing of the critically acclaimed Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company.

Also of note is that while Marc is typically a mellow and mild-mannered individual, his heckling alter ego comes out at sporting events. Seriously, you know it’s a problem when another fan records a video of you and then posts it on YouTube entitled, “Belligerent Blue Jays Fan”