* BA in Theater from The College of Idaho * Does over 30 voices and accents. * Baritone (both as actor and singer)
Voices Accents: Irish, Scotch, English, East London, New England (Maine), Boston, Texas, Country Idaho, Midwest United States, Eastern Block (Europe).
Impersonations: Stewie (Family Guy), Peter Griffin (Family Guy), Brian (Family Guy), Idris Elba (Luther), Harry Caray, Nic Cage, Puss n Boots (Shrek), The Movie Preview Guy, The Univision Guy, Smegel (Lord of the Rings), Kevin Hart’s Grandpa, Fat Bastard (Austin Powers). Original Voices: Little British Boy (who hates everything); Gay German Guy; Old Jewish Woman; British Action Star;
* Is of Irish, Scotch and English descent. BIO: Born in Boise, Idaho near the end of the Cold War, Marc Thomas McKevitt (Ewins) was adopted by two wonderful parents who would do everything they could to be supportive of his aspirations to one day entertain the masses for a living as a character actor.
Marc grew up fighting imaginary Foot Soldiers in his parents’ living room, inviting them to play the roles of Splinter, and April O’Neil, while -- of course -- he played Michelangelo, (Yes, the Ninja Turtle).
At the age of nine, Marc saw a movie that would define the very nature of his existence. A movie with a star, whose wild, but amazingly controlled goofball antics Marc would aspire to emulate. With Ace Ventura: Pet Detective fully memorized, Marc would recite Jim Carrey’s lines word-for-word for his classmates and teachers, prompting several invitations to spend the remainder of class in the hall, and even a few visits to the principle’s office.
As reigning class clown of Highlands Elementary, and North Junior High School, Marc would move on to the big show --Boise High School. It was there, Marc took his class clownery to a new level; with witty comebacks and one-liners to his nemesis, US History teacher, Mr. Mendive, Marc gained notoriety amongst teachers, and infamy among his classmates. One teacher would see through the class clown, and channel that energy onto the stage. That teacher was Brett Eshelman, lovingly referred to as “Mr. E” Mr. E cast Marc in every play, and Marc loved it, spending hours on that stage, rehearsing, and not having a social life… it was incredible.
With a high school career’s worth of musicals and plays under his belt, Marc Ewins moved on to attend The College of Idaho where, under the direction of Joe Golden and Michael Hartwell, he would play everything from the British scoundrel, Doctor Prentice in What the Butler Saw, to Macduff in Macbeth, to a Korean War amputee in Life and Limb, for which he was invited to compete at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in Ellensburg, WA.
After college, Marc moved to Los Angeles, and within two years landed a lead role in the film 100 Below Zero, alongside Jeff Fahey and Jonathon Rhys Davies. Other projects include the role of a gang prospect in Kill ‘Em All, and the role of an Irish criminal in Dug, which he himself wrote and co-produced.