Marty graduated from the RSAMD in 1997 with the Silver Medal theatre. Credits include: Decky Does A Bronco-Gron, Club Asylum, Risk, – Tron/Company of Angels, Cooking With Elvis, Antigone-Tron Theatre, 51 Pegasus-Grey Coast Theatre, Cabinet Of Dr Jekyll, Pinochio – Arches, Venice Preserved, Snow White, Scarfed For Life – Citizens Theatre, Nasty Brutish and Short – Traverse, Theatre, Continuous Growth, Preen Back Yer Lugs, The Year Of The Hare – People’s Theatre of Finland , The Theives and Boy – Oran Mor, The Three Estates-Edinburgh university, Little Snow White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty – Carnegie Hall, The Hard Man – Finborough Theatre.
TV credits include: Still Game, Rab C Nesbit, Dear Green Place, River City, Gary Tank Commander, Case Histories, Father Brown, Young James, One Night in Emergency. Film Credits: Cloud Atlas, Filth, A Letter to Molly. Short Film: Edit, I Love Luci, Just Enough Doubt, TAM. Other Credits: The Bell That Never Wrang – Music Video, The Elixir Of Love – Opera. Marty Goes To Hollywood a documentary featuring Marty as himself won a New Talent Bafta in 2015.
“I met Vicki Brown by chance one night at the Tron theatre when we spoke about TAM – apparently I looked very much like the illustration she and Jason had created as a reference* for how Tam should look – how lucky !? I was immediately interested and when I read the script I loved it. It has been a real pleasure working with Vicki and Jason. More than anything I was blown away with the locations they kept finding – the genius of a visual artist I guess (for example the shot entering the rave). Cycling through the Necropolis was one of the finest and most enjoyable acting experiences I’ve ever had. I also really enjoyed the green screen experience though I was a bit saddle sore! It’s been amazing to see the film come together with grading, special effects and sound, all brilliantly done . I think and hope we have a great little film, born out of a magic idea and a willingness and tenacity along with a large helping of talent to make it work. I also hope that this will be the beginning of a successful time for Greenlight Creative and I would love to work with them again as they can make me look good; a rare talent.”
*This reference is available on our gallery. It is worth noting that Marty is much better looking than the illustration!