Marshall Teague

Marshall Teague, actor and motivational speaker, is a Tennessee native, retired U.S. Navy, and a former Deputy Sheriff in Memphis, TN, before acting became his passion and career. His talent for balancing starring roles with powerful supporting characters has allowed him to build a varied and pivotal body of work in film and television. Marshall has appeared in over 37 feature films and  100 television shows. Just some of his credits include 'Walker, Texas Ranger', 'Babylon 5', 'Sliders', 'Friday Night Lights', and 'Leverage'. Films include 'Armageddon', 'Monte Walsh', 'Roadhouse', 2012 patriotic film 'Last Ounce of Courage', and 2013 comedy drama 'Divorce Texas Style'. His talents extend beyond acting, with his voice he has narrated and voiced period pieces to video game characters. As a singer and song writer he had accomplished a goal of recording an album at the historic Nashville Castle Recording Studios. Several songs included participation from Emmylou Harris, Timothy Schimt,  Henry Paul, Henry Gross, and the Nashville Brass. Marshall's newest endeavor is motivational speaking encompassing his life experiences.