Marc was born in Queens, NY and grew up in the northern suburb of Mahopac, NY. Marc went to Monmouth College, and then he went to work on the Clearwater Sloop, the environmental sloop started by folk singer Peter Seeger. Marc was the cook for two years and then became the first mate. It was on the Clearwater that Marc got his Captain's license and learned to juggle and entertain kids. He moved to Boston, where he studied clowning and mime and became a street performer known as Marco the Clown; it was here that he met his clown partner Sunshine Sean (a.k.a. Sean Morey). Marc and Sean performed on the Bicentennial Barge, touring the waterways of New York State. From 1977 through 1979, Marc lent a smile to the streets of New York City, where he performed outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art, twice working with Robin Williams. To get out of the cold, Marc auditioned at the Improvisation comedy club and immediately became a regular there, as well as at clubs like The Comic Strip, Catch A Rising Star, and The Comedy Cellar. In 1980, he made his national network television debut as a regular on Saturday Night Live. In the following years Marc appeared on many top-rated television shows. (See TV credits for complete list). Marc created and hosted the popular daily children's show Nickelodeon Weinerville, which ran on Nickelodeon from 1993-1996. Marc created and starred in a series of educational interstitials for Nick Jr. called Wordville with Marc Weiner and Friends. In the UK, Marc starred in Trebor Mighty Mints commercials. Currently, Marc is providing the voices of the "Map", "Swiper" - the fox, "Fiesta Trio" and a few other characters on Nick Jr's hit animated series Dora the Explorer.
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Watch my first animation on Minecraft:
Watch us sing live at our school:
Watch me interview the Canadian beaver symbol:
Watch us sing another live concert at home:
Also see my homemade movies!
Harper and Piper are two orphan sisters who live in Wordville. They're tired of living poor. In their journey to finding out who they are, secrets are revealed that may change their lives forever.
Wordville continues to deliver media relations in the UK, Europe and the USA as we have done for five years. But it’s important to keep reinventing everything we do. Reinvention and originality is the lifeblood of PR – whether it’s the content you create, the targets you define or the agency itself. At the beginning of the year we set up an events division at Wordville. We have always delivered events for our clients and are not the first PR agency to offer this service. But in the last 12 months we have seen an increasing demand to deliver events as well as publicise them. A great event that makes the news is what’s needed, whether it’s a dance night for London entertainment company, Itchy Feet, or an industry roundtable for an engineering business.