During the 2004 Olympics, Marc was the host of Athens On Location.
Marc is the Creator and Producer of the reality show Star Dates, whichh features friends, among others, Dustin Diamond, Kim Fields and Butch Patrick.
Marc says he was treated like a Beatle when he performed in Australia.
As a consequence of Family Ties, Marc has adopted the nickname "Skippy."
Marc appeared in all seven seasons of Family Ties.
In Trick or Treat, Marc played the part of Eddie, a lonely high school nerd.
Marc starred with Tony Fields and Lisa Orgolini in the movie Trick or Treat.
Marc was Executive Producer for TV series National Lampoon's Funny Money.
In Trick or Treat, Marc starred with Ozzie Osborne.
Marc played the part of Michael J. Fox in Part IV of Killer Tomatoes Eat France.
Marc is associated with TV and film company, Say Something Productions.
At age 8, Marc would trade jokes with established comedians such as Milton Berle or George Burns.
Among other places, Marc has performed comedy in Melbourne Australia to Vancouver, Canada to Las Vegas.
Marc now dedicates his time to stand up comedy. His signature act is observations onthe life of the 20-something.
Since Family Ties, Marc has appeared in movies such as Killer Tomatoes Eat France! Class Cruise, The Rescue, Winners Take All, Trick or Treat, Combat High, The Zoo Gang, and Global Warming: Hot Times Ahead.
Marc Price: (on his options following the close of Family Ties) I could have been the person who runs from it and wants to avoid it and tries to pretend it didn't happen, or I could do what I did, which is embrace it and just enjoy it and use it as a tool to help introduce people to Marc Price.
Marc Price: [Family Ties was a] tremendous experience for me. It's almost funny talking about it still because it's been so long, but obviously it's that important in my life.
Marc Price: (on his guest, rather than star status) I would literally sit in the director's booth and watch how the show was put together. I had time to watch the process and learn from it ... and I took advantage of that and I really studied.
Marc Price: (on his creating a reality series) People complain about all the reality shows, but I look at it as a brave new frontier where anything goes. Where things before were very structured and they were done in a very specific way in the Family Ties days, now there's room for anything" on television.
Marc Price: Some people thought maybe I was riding out the comedy boom of the '80s. But when you look at my life and my history ... and you see that it's in my blood -- I'm third generation, my grandfather was in vaudeville -- you realize that it's my destiny.