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About Marc Lubbers

updated 02/01/23

Marc Lubbers was born and raised on various parts of Long Island, NY, but mostly in the small village of Sag Harbor, part of the famous Hamptons. His single-parent mother, a nurse, ran an elder-care facility in their home from the late 1970s to the early 1990s. As a child, Marc would perform skits and songs for his mother's residents with his collection of puppets, stuffed animals and Star Wars action figures.

Defining moments inspiring Marc to a life as a performer came in the mid-1980s, among them: seeing Yul Brynner in Rodgers and Hammerstein's "The King & I" in New York City and Billy Joel's concert video "Live from Long Island". He was trained in the early 1990s as a musician and an actor at Susquehanna and Northwestern universities. Post-training, he concentrated on a career as a singer/songwriter, recording a demo album called "The First Step" in 1995 and touring throughout the Mid-Atlantic region as a solo performer.

The 21st century has brought Marc back to acting full time. Recent highlights include playing Rob Reiner in NBC's "Young Rock", the Conductor/Troupe Leader in the JG Wentworth opera commercials reboot, and on stage in David Mamet's "Oleanna" and as Kreon in Sophocles' "Antigone". He has also been an actor and/or spokesperson for the Department of Homeland Security, the US Veterans Affairs Department, and Volunteers of America.

He currently lives in the Hershey, PA area with his wife of 25 years, 2 sons & cavapoo, and works regularly as a local hire in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington DC.

CPM Talent Management

Georgeanne Bruzzese, Manager


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