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John Marquez

John Marquez is a proficient stage and screen actor.

Most recently, he played Corporal Len Bony in Michael Grandage’s Privates on Parade at the Noel Coward Theatre in London’s West End, and appeared in Caryl Churchill’s short play Ding Dong the Wicked at the Royal Court, directed by Dominic Cooke.

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John Marquez

John Marquez Overview

John Marquez is a proficient stage and screen actor.

Stage work has included the part of Lawrie in National Theatre’s Sing Your Heart Out For The Lads, and the role of Mark in Mother Theresa is Dead at the Royal Court Theatre, both under the direction of Simon Usher in 2003. In 2004 Marquez made his West End debut at The Garrick as Terry in The Anniversary, and in 2006 appeared at The Almeida in Lindsay Posner’s The Hypochondriac. In both 2006 and 2007 he appeared at The National Theatre, in Market Boy and Thea Sharrock’s The Emperor Jones. In 2008 he appeared in The Chain Play at The Almeida and in Brecht’s Good Soul of Setzuan at the Young Vic, followed up in 2009 by a part in the Young Vic’s musical production of Annie Get Your Gun. In 2010, he appeared as Carlos in The Old Vic’s Flea in her Ear, and as Bobby in the Almeida Theatre’s The House of Games. Most recently, he played Corporal Len Bony in Michael Grandage’s Privates on Parade at the Noel Coward Theatre in London’s West End, and appeared in Caryl Churchill’s short play Ding Dong the Wicked at the Royal Court, directed by Dominic Cooke.

Television roles include appearances in Ronnie Anconna & Co (2006), Guillermo (2007), as Gianelli in Hotel Babylon (2008), and as PC Penhale in ITV’s Doc Martin (2007 and 2009).

 

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