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Wally Marzano as Jeremy...

Wally Marzano is an actor/writer who hails from Tenafly, NJ.  A recent arrival to Los Angeles, his film and television work includes Bravo’s "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy", CBS’ "The Guiding Light", a pilot for MTV, and the short film "The President’s Club".

  Prior to heading West, Wally co-founded The Drove Theatre Company (2002 ­ 2006), a NYC-based company.  For The Drove, he appeared as ‘Austin’ in their main-stage revival of John Patrick Shanley’s "The Big Funk: A Casual Play", at The Belt Theater.

He also acted in The Drove’s evenings of original short plays, "Driving Without Headlights" and "Tracks Beneath the Wheels", both at The Abingdon Arts Complex, as well as "The Mighty Quinns', at the Tribeca Film Center.  Onstage, he also appeared in "Stop-Time", at the Nantucket Film Festival, opposite John Shea ("Missing, Lois & Clark") and Amy Stiller; "The Trouble With Cali", directed by Paul Sorvino; the workshop of the original play "En Avant", at The Roundabout Theatre Co.; "The King Stag", at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival; and "Fall Planting", at The Nantucket Short Play Festival.

  As a writer, Wally has written several un-produced screenplays, including "The Sweetest Seaso"n; an original one-hour television pilot, "The Partners"; and several situation comedy specs.

  Wally has also directed extensively, helming "God’s Country" and "Down the Road for The Drove", as well as several other plays in New York City, Nantucket and Tenafly, NJ.

    He holds on a B.F.A. in acting from the Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, where he acted in many plays ("Balm In Gilead", directed by Kevin Kittle, and "The Merchant of Venice", directed by William Esper, amongst others) and directed several others ("The Zoo Story", Generation X, Pterodactyls.)  He has studied at The London Academy of Theatre, under the tutelage of Richard Digby-Day, and Improv Olympic West.
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