Marc Pouhé is a professional actor based in Austin, TX. FILM roles include: Mnemosyne Rising, The Overbrook Brothers, and Between Kings and Queens. TV: Friday Night Lights, Prison Break.
Titular theatre roles include Cyrano de Bergerac, Othello, and Macbeth with Austin Shakespeare. Additional theatre credits include Jean (Rhinoceros), Mr. Burns (Mr. Burns, a Post-electric play), Tom Robinson (To Kill A Mockingbird), De Guiche (Cyrano), Vershinin (Three Sisters), Elesin Oba (Death and the King's Horseman) at Mary Moody Northen Theatre. At Austin Shakespeare- Benedick (Much Ado About Nothing), Petruchio (Taming of the Shrew), Garry Essendine (Present Laughter), and Shylock (Merchant of Venice). At Austin Playhouse- Satchel Paige (Satchel Paige and the Kansas City Swing), Willy Loman (Death of A Salesman), MLK Jr.(The Mountaintop), and Seymour (Lisa B. Thompson's Monroe). At ZACH Theatre - James Casey (The Grapes of Wrath), Davey Battle (Take Me Out), Caiphas (Jesucristo Superestrella), Caldwell Cladwell (Urinetown). At The Vortex- Kyle Brown (Lisa B. Thompson's Undergound). At the State Theatre- Ghosts of Xmas Present and Yet to Come (Christmas Carol).
Marc is a winner of multiple Austin Critics' Table Awards and a recipient of the John Bustin Award for Conspicuous Versatility. He was recognized by The Austin Chronicle as the Best of Austin "Best Classic Leading Man". Marc holds a Bachelor's Degree in Electronic Media and Theatre from Texas State University and has served as the Board Vice President for Austin Shakespeare since 2017.