Ken Marshall


Ken is an internationally esteemed actor and singer who has had a lustrous and extensive career onstage both on and off Broadway as well as in film and television. Ken starred as the “Prince” in the Original Production of Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods which debuted at the Old Globe Theatre in 1986. His success continued as he starred as “Tony” in the first revival of West Side Story on Broadway which opened in 1980 directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins. A year prior, Ken starred as “Ferdinand” in a highly critically acclaimed Mark Taper Forum Production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest where the great Anthony Hopkins played “Prospero”. Ken’s success translated onto the screen as he played the title role of “Marco Polo” in the highly acclaimed television series Marco Polo.  He has had numerous success since these giant accomplishments all over the country such as playing the recurring role of “Michael Eddington” in the television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Ken is a graduate of the Juilliard Drama school Group 6 to which his fellow graduating class consisted of his contemporaries such as Kelsey Grammer, Frances Conroy, Kevin Conroy, and so many other wonderful actors. John Snow is thrilled and honored to bring Ken Marshall back to the stage for this show. It is not to be missed.