Marcus Terrell Smith
Marcus Terrell Smith began his career singing and traveling the world with the Phoenix Boys Choir and Phoenix Children’s Choir at the age of nine. A strong passion for the stage led him to the University of Arizona, where he studied Linguistics and Musical Theatre, where he performed with the Arizona Repertory Theater and several theater companies throughout Tucson. He then attended the Actors Studio Dram School in NYC where he received an MFA in Acting. His dedication to the craft landed him lead roles in such productions as Broadway’s The Book of Mormon (Mutumbo), Richard III (Buckingham), and Big River (Jim). He currently lives in Los Angeles, working in film and television.