Biography: "Kipp Marcus and his brother Adam Marcus were destined to be in the arts. Their great-grandfather was in Vaudeville, their grandmother and mother are both singers, their father is an abstract painter, one uncle was a filmmaker and the other is an actor. In middle school and high school, the Marcus Bros produced, directed and acted in over 50 theatrical productions, but once they made their first short film, they never looked back.
At NYU Film School, the Marcus brothers wrote, produced and directed So you like this girl?. The movie won Best Picture, Best Cinematography and a special Acting Ensemble Award created in honor of the Marcus Bros Film at NYU's Tisch School for the Arts Film Festival. Adam Marcus then went on to direct New Line Cinema's Jason Goes to Hell, the #1 horror film of that year, which Kipp co-starred in. Adam also wrote the feature Virgin for Paramount. Meanwhile, Kipp won the Young Playwrights of New England award for Best Play.
Kipp wrote, produced and starred in the indie film Let It Snow (a.k.a. Snow Days) which was an Official Selection at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival. For writing the screenplay, Kipp received Best Writer at AFI's Los Angeles International Film Festival sponsored by the Writer's Guild.
A veteran of Broadway, Kipp has been honored with the Circle Award for Best Actor, as well as nominations for two national Youth and Film Awards for Best Actor. Let It Snow marks Kipp's first starring role in a feature film." - Let It Snow Presskit
Let It Snow (2001)
Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993)
Aisle Six (1991)
Let It Snow (2001)
Writer - Television
All of Us (2003)
The New Leave It to Beaver (1986)
Television Guest Appearances
The Cosby Mysteries (1994)
Where Is He Now?: Kipp Marcus continues to pursue a career in acting, focusing on theater and film, and appeared in Les Miserables on Broadway.