Born in Washington D.C. and a graduate of the University of Maryland College Park with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice, Marcus Nel-Jamal Hamm emerged into the entertainment scene through the world of Pro Wrestling under the moniker of Marcus Jordan. Having performed both independently and nationally, Marcus is a multi-title holding main event performer.
Following several years of tenure, Marcus transitioned toward acting where he launched his new career with a feature role on two of the final episodes of the HBO series, The Wire. He's continued to consistently gain momentum working as a television, theatrical and commercial actor, as well as being trained in stunt fighting for film and television.
Now a full-time Los Angeles mainstay, Marcus is a staunch advocate for global world peace and a promoter of a new Urban Renaissance where he hopes to inspire youth from all walks of life to look beyond limitation and dare to dream.