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Marc Vann grew up in Virginia, on the water. Fishing, crabbing, buzzing around in small motorboats. Never had any interest in theater or acting until, while working on his MBA, was drawn to a mime workshop. (Always has been a big fan of silence.) That led to studying dance and movement, and his very first theater job doing West Side Story at Boulder's Dinner Theatre in Colorado. He married the actress playing Maria and moved to Chicago where he sucked in many plays but finally got his footing as an actor while being an arts administrator during the day. (Was business manager for the world renowned Hubbard Street Dance Chicago for 5 years.) His last shows in Chicago were "Flyovers" with William Petersen and playing Salvador Dali in "Hysteria" at Steppenwolf Theatre, directed by John Malkovich, who he also acted with in the stage production of "The Libertine". He began practicing yoga as soon as he moved to LA in 1998, which is the key to sanity in Los Angeles and the Entertainment Industry.

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