Marcus Collins Biography

 
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Marcus Collins was born is a small town and began to sing at the age of 4. He first learned how to sing by emulating his favorite radio artists like Garth Brooks and George Michael before training classically in college. Along with numerous talent shows, fairs, and cruise ships, Marcus has also ... (read more)
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Bio:
Marcus Collins was born is a small town and began to sing at the age of 4. He first learned how to sing by emulating his favorite radio artists like Garth Brooks and George Michael before training classically in college. Along with numerous talent shows, fairs, and cruise ships, Marcus has also ... (read more)

Marcus Collins was born is a small town and began to sing at the age of 4. He first learned how to sing by emulating his favorite radio artists like Garth Brooks and George Michael before training classically in college. Along with numerous talent shows, fairs, and cruise ships, Marcus has also performed in Off-Broadway’s Altar Boyz as Matthew, The Karaoke Show at Club El Flamingo/The China Club, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Forever Plaid and several staged readings and workshops including Karate Kid: The Musical and Permission: A Rock Musical.



Beyond music he has worked extensively as an actor with appearances in over 100 episodes of network television, 25 films, and numerous commercials including P.S. I Love You, Across The Universe, 30 Rock, Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles, Sex and the City, recurring roles on One Life To Live, As The World Turns and in the video game Alone in the Dark.



In 2009, Marcus joined JC Fisher and John Hagen to form the classical-crossover trio The Texas Tenors to audition for America's Got Talent. The group came in 4th place on the competition and immediately started touring from performing arts centers to symphony halls around the world.



In 2013, Marcus produced and starred in his first PBS special with The Texas Tenors, You Should Dream, which went on to win 3 Emmy Awards including best post-sound production and best entertainment special.