Marshall Bell Biography, Age, Young, Career, Movies and Worth

Marshall Bell Biography

Marshall Bell born Archibald Marshall Bell is an American actor. He has appeared in many character roles in movies and television. He is known for roles in A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge, Stand by Me, Twins and Total Recall.

Marshall Bell Age

Bell was born on September 28, 1942,  Tulsa, OK.

Marshall Bell Height

He stands at a height of 6′ 1″

Marshall Bell Wife

He is married to Milena Canonero, a renowned four times Oscar-winning costume designer.

Marshall Bell Young

Bell was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and lived there until he was 13 years old. He then relocated his family to Denver, Colorado. Bell attended St. Paul’s, Concord, New Hampshire boarding school, but was expelled. He then went to Colorado Springs ‘ Fountain Valley School, where he became interested in acting as Elwood Dowd in Harvey’s play.

However, Bell was discouraged by others who told him he wasn’t a good enough actor, and for over 20 years he didn’t act again. He attended Colorado University, a major in sociology, and served in the army for three years. He ultimately became a consultant, teaching company leaders to enhance their ability to speak.

In the early 1980s, British director/producer Alan Parker offered Bell a small role in a movie at the suggestion of American producer Fred Roos

Marshall Bell Career

Bell’s film debut was in the role of Ronsky in the drama Birdy (1984) by Alan Parker. He performed Gerry Jones in the Seven Minutes Fred Roos comedy in Heaven (1985) after Birdy. His first significant role in the slasher/horror A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge (1985) was like the cruel Coach Schneider. In the adventure / drama Stand by Me (1986), Bell performed Mr. Lachance, Gordie’s grieving dad; the cruel hitman, Webster, in the comedy Twins (1988), starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito; and George, mutant Martian resistance leader, Kuato, tied to his stomach, in the blockbuster science fiction / adventure director Paul Verhoeven, starring Schwarzenegger, Sharon Stone and Rachel Ticotin.
Total Recall (1990).

In 1987, in the series The Oldest Rookie, he produced his TV acting debut playing Det. Gordon Lane. Bell starred in the short-lived series G vs E as Ford Plasko. His numerous guest appearances include Hill Street Blues, Wiseguy, Crypt Tales, X-Files, Millennium, Deadwood, and House. He also appeared for IBM in a TV commercial.

Other movie roles include Lips ‘ Cop in the action / crime thriller Dick Tracy (1990) opposite Warren Beatty; the title role of a frightening homeless man terrorizing Bill Paxton’s character in the comedy / thriller The Vagrant (1992) opposite Paxton and Michael Ironside; General Owen in the science fiction / adventure Starship Troopers (1997); the warden, Marshall Krutch, in the award-winning biopic Capote (2005) opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman; John Leshing in the family / mystery Nancy Drew (2007) opposite Emma Roberts; and Principal Rocker in the comedy Hamlet 2 (2008). In the animated feature Heidi 4 Paws (2008), Bell also performed the voice acting role as Mr. Sesehund.

He and Michael Ironside starred together in three movies: Total Recall, The Vagrant, and Starship Troopers.

Marshall Bell Movies

2017 The Last Word as Mr. Daniels
2016 Director’s Cut (film) as Moving Company Guy
2016 Is That a Gun in Your Pocket? as Dwayne
2016 The Congressman as Sherm Hawkins
2016 Rules Don’t Apply as Colonel Maxwell
2016 Thirty Nine as Lawyer
2015 90 Minutes in Heaven as Dr. Greider
2015 Waffle Street as Miles Drake III
2014 A Bit of Bad Luck as Mr. Creech
2014 Home, James as Larry
2013 Vertical as Walter Stewart
2013 The Bling Ring as L.A. Detective #1
2013 Palo Alto as Jake
2012 Somebody Up There Likes Me as Lyla’s Father
2012 To the Wonder as Bob
2011 Puncture as Jeffrey Dancort
2011 The Rum Diary as Donovan
2010 The Rock ‘n’ Roll Dreams of Duncan Christopher as Uncle Virgil
2010 Footsteps as Mr. Dennenberg
2009 Heidi 4 Paws as Mr. Sesehund
2008 Hamlet 2 as Principal Rocker
2007 Nancy Drew as John Leshing
2007 Sex and Death 101 as Victor Rose III
2007 The Final Season as Harvey Makepeace
2006 Art School Confidential as Lonny
2006 Room 6 as Amy’s Dad
2006 Rescue Dawn as Admiral Berrington
2006 The Astronaut Farmer as Judge Miller
2006 Little Chenier as Tuck Dupuis
2005 Rebound as NCBA Vice President
2005 Capote as Warden Marshall Krutch
2005 Pomegranate as Producer
2004 Dandelion as Uncle Bobby
2003 Northfork as Mr. Stalling
2003 Identity as District Attorney
2002 Beneath Clouds as Boy at service station
2002 Serving Sara as Warren Cebron
2000 Mercy as Gil Reynolds
2000 Sand as Gus
2000 Face the Music as Tommy the Bartender
1999 Virus as J.W. Woods, Jr.
1999 A Slipping-Down Life as Mr. Casey
1999 Black and White Toast
1997 Truth or Consequences, N.M. as Police Lieutenant
1997 The Brave as Larry
1997 The End of Violence as Sheriff Call
1997 Starship Troopers as General Owen
1997 One of Our Own as Col. Dale Cameron
1996 Too Fast Too Young as Det. Quentin Thompson
1995 Payback as Tom “Gully” Gullerman
1995 Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead as Lt. Atwater
1995 Operation Dumbo Drop as Colonel Pederson
1995 Just Looking as Dave
1994 The Chase as Ari Josephson
1994 The Silence of the Hams as Cross Dressing Agent
1994 Airheads as Carl Mace
1994 Natural Born Killers as Deputy #1
1994 The Puppet Masters as General Morgan
1994 Love Is a Gun as Jean’s Husband
1993 Undercover Blues as Sykes
1993 Heaven & Earth as Dinner Guest #3
1992 The Vagrant as the vagrant
1992 Leather Jackets as Stranger
1992 Diggstown as Warden Bates
1992 Innocent Blood as March
1991 Oscar as Reporter
1990 Total Recall as George / Kuato
1990 Dick Tracy as Lip’s Cop
1990 Air America as Q.V.
1988 Johnny Be Good as Chief Elkans
1988 Tucker: The Man and His Dream as Frank
1988 Wildfire as Lewis
1988 Twins as Webster, the hitman
1987 No Way Out as Contra
1987 Cherry 2000 as Bill
1986 Legal Eagles as Process server
1986 Manhunter as Atlanta policeman
1986 Stand by Me as Mr. Lachance
1985 Seven Minutes in Heaven as Gerry Jones
1985 A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge as Coach Schneider
1984 Birdy

Marshall Bell Net Worth

Bell made money by Actors niche. For all time, at the moment, 2019 year, Marshall earned $20 Million. Exact sum is $20000000.

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