SUGAR AND SPICE
JAMES MARSDEN is Lincoln High football star and golden boy Jack Bartlett, whose future as a senator is assured until his romance with cheerleader Diane Weston leads to an unexpected heist. Marsden was most recently seen starring as Cyclops in last summer's blockbuster X-Men. He also co-starred with Kate Hudson and Norman
Reedus in Gossip produced by Joel Schumacher and directed by Davis Guggenheim, and was seen in the thriller Disturbing Behavior with Nick Stahl and Katie
Holmes. Marsden's television credits include the highly rated mini-series "Bella Mafia," the family-oriented television drama "Second Noah" and the telefilm "On The Edge of Innocence.
A native of Oklahoma, Marsden discovered a natural talent for acting during his own high school years. He not only starred in several high school productions, but also modeled and acted as a student anchorman on the local network news program. After a brief stint at Oklahoma State University, Marsden packed his car, headed to Los Angeles and within two months began working on various television series. His earlier credits include the NBC
telefilms "Search and Rescue," "Ambush in Waco," and HBO's "Public Enemy #1," portraying Doc Barker. He has made guest appearances on numerous series including "Saved By The Bell," "Party of Five," "Blossom" and "The Nanny." Marsden also had a recurring role in the popular series "Bogies Diner" and starred opposite Robert Hayes and Joanna Kearns in the Disney feature film No Dessert Dad Until You Mow The Lawn.
Marsden recently completed filming Interstate 60 co-starring Gary Oldman and Amy Smart.
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