I, Me, Mine

Actor/Producer Ethan Marten


IMDb Profile

Producer/President/CEO Light Age Films
Producer/President/CEO Yellow Ape Productions
Producer/EP The Perfect Breed, 2011
Producer/EP White Buffalo, 2011
Producer Euphoric Tendencies (in development), 2011
Producer/EP Lost April (in development), 2012
Virginia Gothic, 2012
Bumble Bee (in development), 2012
Producer Reel Life (in development), 2012

Been There Done That:
Producer/EP Atlantis Down
Producer/EP Atlantis Rising: The Making of Atlantis Down
Associate Producer, Passion Fruit (2010)
Director of Business Development MaXaM Productions USA LLC
Vice President Business Development Charlie Daniels Racing
Vice President Development 2 Peppers Productions
Producer “Dead Men”
Associate Producer “A Gift Devine”
Producer, Media Planner/Buyer Rex Motion Media

Producer of Virginia-based Reality Television Series Tanners Point

Dirextor of Sales and Production RexNet.tv

    Productions: Samaritan, Player’s Joy, Revolver.

Vice President of Marketing Atlantic Film Studios – Virginia’s first full-service motion picture studio. Vice President Atlantic Entertainment Inc., distributor of such films as What Ever Happened To..? starring Lynn and Vanessa Redgrave, In The Deep Woods, starring Anthony Perkins, and Our Sons, starring Hugh Grant, Julie Andrews and Ann-Margret. Artistic Director/Co-Founder Norfolk’s award winning 2nd Story Theatre. Producer/Co-Founder ONSTAGE Magazine, Virginia based arts and entertainment 1986-1993.

Nu’ York

Visiting home on the New Haven Line

As an Actor Mr. Marten has worked with Harry Dean Stanton (“still committed Harry!”), Frank Langella (“see you later Frank.”), Academy Award winners Jason Robards, Piper Laurie, Jose Ferrer and Whoopi Goldberg. He has also been featured as Irving Berlin in George Lucas’s Young Indiana Jones Chronicles for ABC Television and in the Hollywood Pictures film Eddie. His Stage credits span more than twenty years and have seen him in Festival Productions of Shakespeare’s Tempest, Equity Productions of Hamlet, and New York’s Emelin Theatre Productions of A Midsummer Nights Dream. (“Dee O’B — you are to blame for all this!”)

Mr. Marten first started working behind the camera in 1988 with Craig and Mark Fincannon on Buzz Kulick’s Too Young the Hero. He has since worked in front of or behind the camera with LUCAS FILMS, HOLLYWOOD PICTURES, DISCOVERY CHANNEL, FAMILY CHANNEL, NEW DOMINION PICTURES, and NASA.

“My Father, Albert, was a pioneer of the modern motion picture industry,” Marten says “Being one of the first to take Hollywood production off-shore to locations in Europe after the second world war, and introducing the concept of the completion bond to the industry in the United States. He arranged financing for more than 150 features, as well as several television series and Broadway plays. He, my brother Richard (President of Star Circle Pictures), and my family built Virginia’s first full-service motion picture studio.”

Mr. Marten received Secret Service clearance, and was one of the youngest print journalists covering the Presidential Campaign of 1980 in Sacramento.

During the 1970’s he generally ran the streets of Larchmont and Mamaroneck, NY; played a lot of baseball; and ate a lot of Sal’s Sicilian Pizza.

Best Foreign Actor, Short Subject, Revolver, Festa Internazionale di Roma 2007
Best Actor, Revolver, New York International Independent Film Festival 2007