Mike Marshall

Mike Marshall

Director, Producer


Mike Marshall is a celebrated director, writer, and producer of film and television who has been creating content since the early 1990s. He has a long history of success in the entertainment industry, with credits on some of the highest-grossing films and television shows of all time.

Marshall started his career in television production, working on shows like The Cosby Show, Law & Order, and NYPD Blue. In 1995, he made the jump to directing feature films with the drama To Love, starring Cuba Gooding Jr. and Gregory Hines. The film was a critical success, earning Marshall his first Independent Spirit Award nomination.

In the 2000s, Marshall had a string of successes as a director of big-budget Hollywood films. He directed the hit comedy Bring It On, starring Kirsten Dunst and Eliza Dushku, as well as the psychological thriller The Forgotten, starring Julianne Moore. In 2004, Marshall made his biggest box office splash yet with the action-adventure National Treasure, starring Nicolas Cage. The film was a massive success, grossing over $347 million worldwide.

Marshall continued to direct big-budget films over the next few years, including The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. He returned to television in 2011, directing the pilot episode of the hit series Homeland. He has since gone on to direct dozens of episodes of popular shows like The Americans, The Walking Dead, and The Blacklist.

In 2020, Marshall returned to the big screen with the action-packed thriller The Gray Man, starring Chris Evans and Ryan Gosling. The film was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $150 million worldwide. Marshall is currently in pre-production on a new film, The Last Avenger, starring Tom Holland and Chris Pratt.

Throughout his long career, Marshall has become known for his skillful direction and his ability to create memorable on-screen moments. He is an acclaimed director who continues to impress audiences with his work.

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