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Also Known As: Jason Christopher Marsden Died:
Born: January 3, 1975 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Providence, Rhode Island, USA Profession: actor

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Jason Marsden is a film and television actor and prolific voiceover artist. Marsden, who moved to California in 1985, quickly developed an interest in acting and landed his first recurring TV role on the long-running soap opera "General Hospital," in 1986. After supporting roles on shows like "Webster" and "Murphy Brown," he was cast as Eddie Munster in the short-lived series "The Munsters Today." In 1992 he portrayed the mysterious Dash-X on the sci-fi drama "Eerie, Indiana," and later landed recurring roles on "Almost Home" and "Boy Meets World." He has also appeared on primetime sitcoms "Step by Step" and "Blossom," and portrayed Candace Cameron's wealthy boyfriend on several episodes of "Full House." Marsden is a well-known voiceover actor with over 45 animated series to his credit. He landed his first voiceover position in 1988, when he was cast as the voice of Cavin on the animated series "Adventures of the Gummi Bears," and has provided numerous voices to such series as "Marsupilami," "Sonic the Hedgehog," and "The Puzzle Place." In 2001 Marsden was cast as Haku in the English version of the critically acclaimed film "Spirited Away," and has since worked on numerous animated series and...

Jason Marsden is a film and television actor and prolific voiceover artist. Marsden, who moved to California in 1985, quickly developed an interest in acting and landed his first recurring TV role on the long-running soap opera "General Hospital," in 1986. After supporting roles on shows like "Webster" and "Murphy Brown," he was cast as Eddie Munster in the short-lived series "The Munsters Today." In 1992 he portrayed the mysterious Dash-X on the sci-fi drama "Eerie, Indiana," and later landed recurring roles on "Almost Home" and "Boy Meets World." He has also appeared on primetime sitcoms "Step by Step" and "Blossom," and portrayed Candace Cameron's wealthy boyfriend on several episodes of "Full House." Marsden is a well-known voiceover actor with over 45 animated series to his credit. He landed his first voiceover position in 1988, when he was cast as the voice of Cavin on the animated series "Adventures of the Gummi Bears," and has provided numerous voices to such series as "Marsupilami," "Sonic the Hedgehog," and "The Puzzle Place." In 2001 Marsden was cast as Haku in the English version of the critically acclaimed film "Spirited Away," and has since worked on numerous animated series and videogames, including "The Fairly OddParents," "Xiaolin Showdown," and "Static Shock."

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DIRECTOR:

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  Locker 13 (2014)

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 Locker 13 (2014)
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 High Hopes (2006)
8.
 Spirited Away (2002) Voice Of Haku (English Language)
9.
 Tarzan (1999) Additional Voice
10.
 Lion King II: Simba's Pride, The (1998) Voice Of Kovu
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1988:
Played Eddie in the syndicated "The Munsters Today"
1989:
Film debut in "Robot Jox"
1992:
Played Billy Crystal as a child in "Mr. Saturday Night"
1996:
Had featured role in "White Squall"
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Was regular on the sitcom "Step By Step" (ABC then CBS)
1997:
Co-starred in the direct-to-video release "Trojan War"
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father:
Myles Marsden. Dancer. teacher. Founded the Rhode Island State Ballet; also ran Miles Marsden Dance Studio.
mother:
Linda Marsden. Former model.
half-brother:
Rick Marsden. Older.
half-brother:
Mark Marsden. Older.
half-sister:
Ana Marsden. Older.
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