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marc blucas

Birth Name
Marcus Paul Blucas
Date of birth (location)
11 January 1972
Girard, Pennsylvania, USA


A tall, blond, clean-cut star athlete from small-town Pennsylvania, Marc Blucas had supporting roles on film and television before winning his big break, playing vampire hunter Riley Finn in a regular role on the popular supernatural TV series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (The WB) beginning in 1999. A top high school basketball player and subsequent college hoops achiever with Wake Forest University, Blucas played overseas for the Manchester Giants for a season after the NBA draft didn't pick him up.

An admirer of the film "A Few Good Men", he initially looked to go from the basketball court to a court of law with a career as an attorney, but realized his passion was sparked by the acting aspect of the film. Exceptional athletic skill made the neophyte stand out from millions of would-be actors, and opened additional doors for him. He made his film debut when producers needed a babyfaced basketballer to portray a benched Knick in the feature "Eddie" (1996), and won a behind-the-scenes technical coordinator job on the basketball-themed biopic "Never Give Up: The Jimmy V Story" (CBS, 1996). Serious about his new craft, Blucas became an eager acting student and spent time developing his skills before going out for further roles. In 1998, a bit part in "Pleasantville" turned into an important opportunity for Blucas, whose basketball knowledge was a useful commodity for the filmmakers. He ended up with a larger acting role, and also assisted the production by choreographing the film's basketball scenes.

The following year, Blucas returned to television with a supporting role in the NBC event miniseries "The 60s" and a guest part on the UPN comedy "Clueless". That fall he caught an enviable break with another TV series based on a hit teen film, replacing David Boreanaz's Angel as Buffy Summers' love interest on the popular series "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer". Portraying Buffy's (Sarah Michelle Gellar) demon-hunting boyfriend, Riley Finn, he became a recognizable actor with a sturdy fan base. Blucas left the show in 2000 (with the promise that he would be back) in order to pursue film work.

After starring in Mike Tollin's baseball-themed romance "Summer Catch" (2001) with fellow teenage heartthrob Freddie Prinze Jr. and Jessica Biel, he began a back-to-back shooting schedule that included Kevin Smith's "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back" (2001) with Ben Affleck and Jason Lee, John Sayles' "The Sunshine State" (2001) with Angela Bassett and Edie Falco, and Randall Wallace's "We Were Soldiers" (2002) with Mel Gibson and Chris Klein. He also joined the casts of the Gwyneth Paltrow comedy "A View From the Top" (2002), the thriller "They" (2002), and the period piece "I Capture the Castle" (2002).

After returning to "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" the time of an episode, Blucas signed on to director Alex Steyermark's "Pray for Rock 'n' Roll", which stars Gina Gershon, Jennifer Esposito, Jane Adams, and Shelly Cole as a struggling Los Angeles-based girl band (both in 2003).

In 2004, Blucas will star alongside Katie Holmes and Michael Keaton in director Forest Whitaker's "First Daughter", as well as John Lee Hancock 's "The Alamo" with Dennis Quaid and Billy Bob Thornton.

Despite his onscreen success and his busy schedule, the actor still makes time for basketball. He plays on an adult team and serves as a referee for a Los Angeles youth league.

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