Marcus Cole joined the Rangers because of a promise to his
brother. His brother was a member of this secret organization
before Marcus had even heard of the Rangers. His brother tried
to tell Marcus about the Shadows, but Marcus didn't want to hear
or believe what he was told. It was only when his brother was
killed trying to save a colony from the Shadows did Cole finally
see the truth. As his brother lay dying, Marcus vowed to seek out
and join the Rangers. Marcus spends every day of his life trying
to atone for the guilt over his brother's death. Working for the
Rangers will not bring his brother back, but it does ease the
pain. His grief is hidden under a facade of cheerfulness. At
times Marcus seems frivolous, at other times cautious. He says
that he wants to live to a ripe old age, but has shown himself to
be more than willing to give his life to his cause on more than
one occasion. He has a cynical sense of humor and is very
stubborn. He worships Ivanova, but is shy around her. He is
assumed to be dead after giving his life to save Ivanova's by
using Franklin's life-engergy transfer machine.
Put Richard Biggs and Jason Carter in the same room and you have An Evening at
The Improv. Without a doubt, these two get along great. They play off of each other
every chance they get, and the results are funny. Don't miss out any opportuninty to
see either one, but never miss the two of them together.
Jason Carter was born on September 23, 1960 in London Town and raised in Gainsborough, in Lincolnshire, England. He
attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and performed in such plays as Romeo & Juliet and Macbeth. His
first television role was on the BBC2 Jackanory Playhouse in Â“Hawkwing." Jason then did long runs in the London Westend
in plays such as Melon and The Sleeping Prince. In the US, Jason appeared in numerous roles and guest appearances.
His television appearances include Charmed, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Roar, and The Sentinel. He is best known for the role
of Ranger Marcus Cole on Babylon 5. His credits also include television miniseries and made-for-TV movies, including
Taking Liberty, Orchid House, and The Storyteller, Hans My Hedgehog. JasonÂ’s movie credits include Georgia, Wild
Obsession, Dakota Road, The EmperorÂ’s New Clothes and King David. Upcoming movies include The Mesmerist, The
Red Door, and Demon Under Glass. Currently Jason resides in L.A. with his family.
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