Marc plays Jarrett in Animals which is in post production
Marc has appeared in movies like Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back, We Were Soldiers as Neil Cotton, Summer Catch as Miles Dalrymple, They, as Paul Loomis, View from the Top as Tommy Boulay, The Alamo as James Bonham, First Daughter as James Lansome, and Inflammable.
One of Marc's parents is a school superintendent and the other is an education administrator.
Marc's mother is Mary Blucas and he has one sibling.
Marc's chinese zodiac is the Pig and his astrological sign is the Capricorn.
Marc is sometimes credited as Marcus P. Blucas.
Marc has played in Europe for the Manchester Giants.
Marc shares his birthday with actress Amanda Peet.
Marc plays Christopher in the movie After Sex which is in post production.
Before he decided to go into acting, Marc was going to be a lawyer.
Marc has played on the same court as basketball player Tim Duncan.
Marc played basketball for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at Wake Forest University from 1990 through 1994, the year he graduated.
Marc was the star center on the Girard High Basketball Team.
Marc is 6'2.
Marc's acting break came when the producers of Eddie (1996) needed a baby-faced kid that could play basketball.
In 2004, Marc was named #6 of the Top Ten Sexiest Men of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer universe in a fan poll by the Buffy the Vampire Slayer fanzine.
Marc filmed one scene for House on Haunted Hill in 1999, which was cut from the theatrical release. The scene can be found on the DVD's deleted scenes section.
Marc was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Wake Forest University '94.
Marc made $15,000 per episode on Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Marc came back in the 6th season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer for closure to his character.
Marc's character on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Riley Finn, dated Buffy starting in in the fourth season and then left her in the fifth. He was viewed by many as a replacement for David Boreanaz' character, Angel, who had moved to his own series, Angel. This made him very unpopular with a vocal portion of the viewing audience, a fact which may have helped to cause his departure from the show in the next season.