La’ Marc Bishop was born and raised in St Louis, MO where he attended Pattonville High and Harris Stowe University. It wasn’t until 2003, when he began to write short stories, that he recognized his craft. His writing lead to acting and from there his journey began as an actor. In 2004, he attended the Bowling Green Independent Acting and Writing Program where he perfected his skills. artist. In 2007, La’ Marc was cast in his first stage play (Son Of God) as Pontius Pilate, the judge in the crucifixion of Jesus. This role earned great reviews in his community and around the St Louis area. He was cast in several other plays over the next few years and in 2014, he landed the starring role as “Arman” in Allysha Hamber's, much-anticipated stage play, “What a Man Wants”. His stock continued to rise as he was cast in more productions such as, “The Wakeup Call”, “How Did I Get Here”, “A Gospel Little Christmas”, and “The Lady Loves Me”. In 2015, La’ Marc was cast in his first short film, “Real Love”. In January 2016, La'Marc moved to Atlanta, Georgia to further his career. He wrote, co-produced, and directed his first film “Deceptive Heart”, In 2017 La'Marc wrote, "Love & Punishment", an action-packed web series and in 2019 "Multiple", a psychological thriller. La'Marc also has several other projects in the works including a TV drama set for release in 2021..