As a professional stunt performer, Marc has had the opportunity to work on various feature films & web/television projects, as well as make a couple appearances on Syfy channel's hit television series, Z Nation.

With a plethora of tattoos, Marc is typically seen on-screen as the antagonist, although off-screen, he's generally quiet, laid-back, and an all-around nice guy.

Marc Forsyth began his career in film in 2015 when he provided stunt work for a feature film called 'Danger Diva'.  Filmed in Seattle, Washington, 'Danger Diva' proved to be a great opportunity to get a foot in the door, as Marc continued to work with coordinator Jerry L. Buxbaum on future projects.

From fight scene choreography to being set on fire (safely, of course), Marc is always striving to improve and hone his skillset to provide top-level entertainment.  He takes great pride in helping to create fight scenes that are both realistic and aesthetically-pleasing, while remaining as safe as possible for all cast and crew. 

After participating in some of the more common sports at a young age, Marc dabbled a bit in Taekwondo before taking up skateboarding around age twelve.  For the next four years or so, he lived and breathed the skateboarding culture, dedicating all of his time outside of school to perfecting his craft.

At age sixteen, Marc began training in submission grappling under Professor Marcelo Alonso of the famed Carlson Gracie Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Team.  A couple years and several Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fights later, he also began training in Kickboxing with Brian Johnson of The Academy of Brian Johnson, in Lacey, Washington.

As an amateur fighter, Marc earned the 155lb. championship title at the Little Creek Casino in Shelton, Washington.  

In March 2011, he made his professional MMA debut, which also marked his second televised fight.

Starting a family the following year, Marc put an indefinite hold on the MMA career, eventually finding his way to his current career in film.

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