Family & Companions
Plucked from a job delivering pizzas by director David Lynch to play motorcycling loner James Hurley, Laura Palmer's secret lover on the cult TV soap opera, "Twin Peaks," Marshall had previously starred as a date rapist in the CBS Schoolbreak Special, "No Means No," produced by his father, William R. Greenblatt. He made his feature debut playing a sympathetic stockade guard in family friend Martin Sheen's military prison drama "Cadence" (1990), and later as an amateur boxer in the film "Gladiator" (1992). That same year he appeared as a slow-witted Marine who is put on trial in Rob Reiner's blockbuster, "A Few Good Men."
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Cast (TV Mini-Series)
First TV appearance in a one-line part on "Murder, She Wrote" (CBS)
First leading role as a date rapist on TV in CBS Schoolbreak Special, "No Means No" (produced by father)
Played James Hurley on TV series, "Twin Peaks"
Feature acting debut, "Cadence"
Reprised role of James Hurley in the feature "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me"
Starred with Cuba Gooding Jr in the boxing-themed "Gladiator"
Cast as US Marine Private Downey put on trial for murder in "A Few Good Men"; Gooding also in cast
Played an abusive husband opposite Lea Thompson in the NBC movie "The Unspoken Truth"
Appeared in the ABC movie "She Stood Alone: The Tailhook Scandal", as a witness to the assault on a female navy lieutenant
Portrayed the supportive husband of a bipolar woman who decides to have a child in "All She Ever Wanted" (ABC)
Starred opposite Shannen Doherty in the USA Network movie "The Ticket", as a couple who hold the winning numbers in a state lottery
Acted in "Criminal Affairs"
Had leading role in the thriller "Down"; released theatrically in Europe