Who is Marc Bendavid?
Marc Bendavid was born on the 10th June 1982, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, of Belgian and Moroccan Jewish descent. He is a stage and television actor, who is probably best recognized for starring in the role of Dominic Blythe in the CTV film “Anne Of Green Gables: A New Beginning” (2008), playing One/Jace Corso/Derrick Moss in the Space sci-fi series “Dark Matter” (2015-2016) and as Charlie in the comedy web-series “How To Buy A Baby” (2017).
Early Life and Education
When it comes to speak about his early life, little information about that has been revealed to the public, except that Marc spent his childhood in Toronto, and is of Canadian nationality, but of the aforementioned mixed ethnicity. Regarding his education, Marc went to Unionville High School, and upon matriculation enrolled into the prestigious National Theatre School of Canada, from which he graduated in 2004; while in there, he performed in various productions.
Right after graduation, Marc started pursuing his career as a professional actor, and landed the small role as Raymond Chalifoux in an episode of the TV documentary series “Air Emergency” in 2007, which was followed by his debut film appearance in the role of Mike in the drama film “Late Fragment”, next to Benz Antoine and Jerry Azzopardi in the lead roles, marking the beginning of an increase of his popularity.
Rise to ProminenceIn 2008, he was cast as Dean McMurtry in the short film “Us Chickens”, after which he came to prominence with the role of Dominic Blythe, the son of Barbara Hershey’s character in the CTV film “Anne Of Green Gables: A New Beginning”, directed by Kevin Sullivan, adding a considerable amount to his net worth. During the same year, he guest-starred as Lt. Ike in an episode of the CBC crime drama series “The Border”, and then portrayed Russell in the CBC drama film “Booky’s Crush”, played Shane in the short comedy film “Man V. Minivan”, and featured as Sam Malveau in the Lifetime drama film entitled “Too Late To Say Goodbye”, all in 2009. By the end of 2010, he had also guest-starred in the role of Robert Perry in the City drama series “Murdoch Mysteries”, which he reprised later in 2012 and 2017, and was cast in the short video “Period Drama Trilogy”, directed by John D. Watson.
— Marc Bendavid (@marcbendavid) June 2, 2016
With the beginning of the next decade, Marc was not so active in the search for major projects, so he guest-starred as Josh in an episode of the CTV police drama series “Flashpoint” (2011), a press agent in two episodes of The CW crime drama series “Nikita” (2011), and as Charlie Satie in an episode of the CTV sci-fi crime drama series “The Listener” (2013). Subsequently, he landed the role of Dan Gresham in the Lifetime thriller film “Her Husband’s Betrayal” alongside Jacqueline MacInnes Wood and Shawn Roberts, after which he was chosen to portray Dylan in the TVOntario medical drama series “Hard Rock Medical” between 2013 and 2015. Afterwards, Marc featured as Scott Brandon in the Space drama fantasy series “Bitten”, and as Grant Yates in the MuchMusic/MTV Canada teen drama series “Degrassi: The Next Generation”, both in 2014. All of these appearances contributed significantly to his wealth.
In 2015, Marc won the supporting role of Owen Thomas in the Hallmark Original Movie romantic comedy entitled “Angel Of Christmas”, after which he was chosen to portray the main role of One/Jace Corso/Derrick Moss in the Space sci-fi series “Dark Matter” (2015-2016), which was aired on the Syfy network in the US, increasing enormously not only his popularity, but also his net worth.
Recent YearsTo speak further about his acting career on television, Marc also featured as Phillip in the Hallmark Original Movie romantic comedy “Summer In The City” in 2016, directed by Vic Sarin, which was followed by his portrayal of Cliff Baskers in another Hallmark Original Movie drama entitled “A Rose For Christmas” (2017) next to Rachel Boston and Venus Terzo. Most recently, he starred in the role of Charlie in the comedy web-series “How To Buy A Baby” (2017) and guest-starred as Bruno Lessio in an episode of the internationally co-produced drama series “Ransom” (2018). He will also feature in the comedy-drama film “Elsewhere” by Hernan Jimenez, scheduled for a 2019 release, so his net worth will certainly increase.
— Marc Bendavid (@marcbendavid) August 13, 2016
In addition to his career as a professional actor on television, Marc has also been active as a stage actor for a while. One of his most recognizable roles was as Romeo in “Romeo And Juliet”, based on the tragedy written by William Shakespeare. Beside that, he has performed in Arthur Miller’s play “A View From The Bridge”, Michel Marc Bouchard’s play entitled “The Madonna Painter” and “In Gabriel’s Kitchen”, a play written by Salvatore Antonio.
Marc Bendavid Net Worth
His career started in 2007 and he has been an active member of the entertainment industry as a professional actor ever since. So, if you ever wondered how rich Marc Bendavid is, it has been estimated by authoritative sources that the total size of his net worth is over $1 million, accumulated through his successful career.
Talking about his personal life, Marc Bendavid tends to keep it far from the public eye, so, there is no information as to whether he is single or not, but it’s believed that he is still single. His current residence is in Los Angeles, California. Speaking about his appearance, Marc is apparently a handsome man with a well-maintained body shape. He is quite tall with the height of 5ft 11ins (1.80m).
Social Media Presence
In his spare time, Marc Bendavid is an active member across many of the most popular social media sites stemming from his involvement in the entertainment industry. He runs his official Instagram account, as well as his official Twitter account, which he uses not only to promote his upcoming projects, but also to share other various contents, and photos from his private life.