Marcus Weiss has worked extensively in theater, film, television, radio, and voice-overs across the country and in Europe. He is an actor, director, speaker/presenter, and essentially an “experience.” He has performed and directed for many prominent Las Vegas companies: Nevada Conservatory Theatre (Mac-beth, Take Me Out); A Public Fit (Small Mouth Sounds, Incognito, Wit, The Glass Menagerie); Cockroach Theatre (Every Brilliant Thing, Bright Side, Still Dance the Stars); and The LAB LV (Iphigenia). Marcus is a 10-year Blue Man Group veteran, a former clown at Le Rêve, and a back-up clown for O. His screen credits include Life Is Beautiful, The Trust, All My Children, 21, and Scrubs. He’s received Best Actor nominations from The Las Vegas Review-Journal (Hedwig and the Angry Inch), the Las Vegas Valley Theatre Awards (The Glass Menagerie), and was named “Best Local Theater Actor” of 2019 by NPR’s Desert Companion. Marcus’ hope is to leave a positive mark. To quote himself: “My legacy may not be a great one, but, BOY, will I be remembered.” Marcus owes virtually everything to his lovely wife, Anastasia, and two nutty kids, Jacob and Lukas.