Sean did both some singing and dancing on stage for the play The History Boys in LA during the fall of 2007.
Sean's favorite sports are boxing and football. His favorite NFL teams are the Saints and the Titans.
Some of Sean's friends nickname him "Seandeezy".
To help keep his voice sounding young for some of his characters, Sean drinks hot tea and takes herbal cough drops.
Sean presented awards at the 2004 TEAM Awards Show and again at the 2005 32nd Annual Annie Awards.
Sean began his acting career on "All My Children".
Acting soothes Sean's mind and allows him to express himself.
Sean and his family live in the Los Angeles area.
Sean is a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do.
When nothing to do Sean enjoys reading, watching movies, and going on the computer.
Sean says his older brother Chris Marquette is his inspiration.
Sean is 16 years younger than his friend Keith Ferguson.
Sean is the youngest of the Marquette family.
Sean played Pence in the English version of the video game Kingdom Hearts II.
Sean has two brothers named Chris and Eric.
Plays Angelo on Touch by a Angel.
Plays a boy at a batting cage in a Malcolm in the Middle episode.
Voice of Adam on Lizzie McGuire.
His real last name is Rodriguez.
He plays Miguel Diaz on Batman Beyond.
He plays 10-year-old Tommy on Titus.
He played Jimmy on the Becker.
He was Sam on Rocket Power.
Sean played Derrick Barber in Hidden Hills.
He does the voice of Mac in Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends.
Sean currently owns an Xbo and A Gamecube.
Sean is the voice of Spiderman (a/k/a Peter Parker) in the Activision game Ultimate Spiderman.
He appeared in a promotional Coke/Six Flags commercial in the summer of 2004.
His real last name is Rodriguez, but like his older brothers uses "Marquette" (his mother's maiden name) as his stage name.
At being asked where he sees himself at the age of 30 during an interview when he was 15
Sean Marquette: I think I will still be like a little kid trapped in a thirty year old body at thirty years old. I probably would be a goof if I really think about it.
Sean Marquette: From what I hear, life is short and you should spend your time living it to your fullest. Look at the glass half full!