28 April 1973, Canada
Marcia grew up in the woods of Muskoka and at the age of 16 moved to Toronto to attend Claude Watson School of the Arts. During her time at school she began to audition and land gigs as a professional singer and dancer. Even before graduating she had toured overseas entertaining Canadian and USO troupes stationed in Europe and the Middle East. She ...
Marcia grew up in the woods of Muskoka and at the age of 16 moved to Toronto to attend Claude Watson School of the Arts. During her time at school she began to audition and land gigs as a professional singer and dancer. Even before graduating she had toured overseas entertaining Canadian and USO troupes stationed in Europe and the Middle East. She spent time on the SunViking cruise ship bringing the sounds of Broadway and old Paris to the Caribbean Seas. After completing her high school studies she moved to the New York City where she spend a summer studying at Circle in the Square, then 2½ glorious years with the famed actor's coach, William Esper of Rutgers University. She played the mischievous Misty Marlow on Another World (1964), sang back up for Shania Twain and performed comedy skits on Late Nite with Conan O'Brien.She has acted in over 2 dozen films, winning several film festival awards as well as landing a role in the Keanu Reeves' movie The Replacements (2000). After her performance she was approached by Keanu's manager and joined 3 Arts Entertainment, one of the largest and most respected management companies in Hollywood.Marcia continued to write and perform music as a solo artist. In the spring of 2000, she met guitarist Monte Pittman in Los Angeles. They formed the band, Into the Unknowing, and noting his enormous talent as a guitar player, she began to manage his career. Within 6 months (and lots of work) Monte became Madonna's lead guitarist. Marcia launched her own artist management company, Monster Management, and went on The Drowned World Tour with the greatest rock diva of all time... much was learned!When time permits, she is working on a documentary, 'Girrrls Who Rock', honouring the lives of great women across the globe that she will make into a pilot, scheduled for next fall.Marcia has been writing songs and performing since a very young age. The people she has met and experiences she has had inspire and help her in the creation of her artistic journey. Now the time feels right to make her recording debut and take the show on the road... she will open for newcomer Willpilot this summer and support his band on keys, guitar and vocals with her band, Voxbox.
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