John Marston

John Marston worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Marston's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as the drama "The Cabin in the Cotton" (1932) with Richard Barthelmess, "Hell and High Water" (1933) and "Heroes For Sale" (1933). He also appeared in the James Cagney action picture "Lady Killer" (1933), the Robert Armstrong adventure sequel "Son of Kong" (1933) and "All of Me" (1934) with Fredric March. In the thirties and the nineties, Marston devoted his time to various credits, such as "Wagon Wheels" (1934), "Emergency Squad" (1940) and "Dirty Dancing" with Jennifer Grey (1987). He also worked on "Mississippi Burning" (1988) starring Gene Hackman, "Winter People" with Kurt Russell (1989) and "True Colors" (1991) starring John Cusack. In the nineties through the early 2000s, Marston lent his talents to projects like "Equinox" with Matthew Modine (1993), the Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan hit "Sleepless in Seattle" (1993) and the Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington box office smash "The Pelican Brief" (1993). His credits also expanded to "The Road to Wellville" (1994) starring Anthony Hopkins, "The Richard Tucker New York City Gala (1998)" (PBS, 1998-99) and "Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One For The Road" (Comedy Central, 2005-06). Marston most recently appeared on "Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz" (PBS, 2006-07).