Marcus Cole is a director and actor, known for Snobs (2003), The Great Bookie Robbery (1986) and Prisoner (1979). See full bio » More at IMDbPro » Contact Info: View agent, publicist, legal on IMDbPro 2 wins.
- Director, Actor, Writer
- Marcus Cole
Marcus Cole is a leading scholar of the empirical law and economics of commerce and finance, and teaches courses in the areas of Bankruptcy, Banking, Contracts, and Venture Capital.
G. Marcus Cole is the Joseph A. Matson Dean and Professor of Law at Notre Dame Law School. He was appointed by University President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., and began his term on July 1, 2019. He is the 11th dean in the history of Notre Dame Law School. Dean Cole is a leading scholar of the empirical law and economics of commerce and finance.
- Behind The Scenes
Marcus Cole was born on the Arisia Mining Colony and raised far from Earth. He would spend most of his early life working for the family mining business on a succession of frontier colony worlds and mining colonies. During this time, he became a superbly skilled pilot. One of these colonies was a Drazi colony at which Cole spent a year.Here, Cole saw the effects of mixing Human and alien food when those less fortunate went through waste. This bad food caused Banta Flu, which was described as a sickness caused by consuming a fermented combination of human and alien food. During the Earth-Minbari War he was drafted into Earthforceand assigned to Earthforce Intelligence Gathering Division, he was said to have hated every minute of it. Though he never saw combat, he saw enough that even more than a decade later Minbari ships, for all their beauty still sent a chill down his spine. While he was away, the economic ramifications of the Minbari War had all but bankrupted the Cole Mining Com...There is some confusion as to the timetable of Marcus' early time among the Rangers. At one point he mentioned living on Minbar for almost a year and that his brother joined the Rangers about six m...This can be slightly compounded by his statement in "A Late Delivery from Avalon" that he'd spent a year living on a Drazi Colony. He clearly can't be referring to Zagros VII since he couldn't have...
A scene that was shot but ultimately cut from the final edit of the episode ("Atonement") featured an additional conversation between Franklin and Marcus on a White Star while en route to Mars. The...
Marcus Cole (known as Marcus Cooley in the original novel) is the student body president of Liberty High as well as a major antagonist in the 2007 novel Thirteen Reasons Why and its 2017 Netflix adaptation, serving as the central antagonist of Season 1 and a supporting antagonist in Season 2.
- Marcus Cole (TV series) Marcus Cooley (novel)
- 13 Reasons Why
Marcus Cole was a secondary protagonist featured in the third and fourth seasons of the Babylon 5 television series. Marcus was portrayed by Jason Carter. Marcus had a brother named William. As a young man, Marcus was heavily involved in the family business and served in Earthforce during the Earth-Minbari War.
- Brother: William Cole
- Shadows Clark Loyalists
- Anla'shok (Ranger)
Marcus Cole Marcus Cole was played by Jason Carter in the third and fourth seasons of the show. During his time on the series he was a leading member of the Rangers , a military force consisting of Humans and Minbari who served the "One", a triumvirate consisting of Jeffrey Sinclair / Valen , Delenn , and John Sheridan .
Best known to sci-fi fans for his role as Ranger Marcus Cole on "Babylon 5", Jason Carter, born in London on September 23, 1960, is a British stage, film and television actor. Leads in school plays and summers at the National Youth Theater of Great Britain led to three years at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).
- Actor, Producer, Writer
- September 23, 1960
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