Ginger Marin knew early on that she wanted to be an actor and writer. She earnestly pored over the long list of careers that interested her, and at last concluded that the only way to fulfill all her creative ambitions -- was to become an actor.
Ginger wrote her first novel at the age of 12; never mind that it was only 16 pages long and its theme was from a favorite TV show about spies.
She studied acting, communications, film and television production while in college, then got a job as a news assistant at NBC News where she worked her way up to writer/producer. But she never lost the acting bug. While at NBC, Ginger Marin also worked in live operations as an audio and camera assistant and enjoyed short acting stints on several of the network's soap operas.
She studied acting at the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC.
Ginger moved to Los Angeles to pursue her dream and love of acting. She was a long-time member of the respected "Theatre East" and has regularly performed in theatrical productions and independent films. She studied acting with Guy Stockwell and Joel Asher in Los Angeles.
Ginger has written, performed and engineered her own Internet radio show called "Kiss Kissinger". Check out the zaniness on her Audio Page.
In addition to her acting work, Ginger Marin has co-authored 7 screenplays and one nonfiction book ("The 231 Club"), and has written editorials regularly for her blog site Bionic Lady. She has provided numerous educational and entertainment websites with content. One of them was for her movie reviews archive website called LottaReviews.
Her most recent writing project was adapting a TV animation series concept into an adult humor book series entitled "Adventures in Avalon". Book agents take note!
More About Ginger at NBC
As a former network TV Journalist at NBC News NY, Ginger Marin served as producer and writer for the network's "News-on-the-Hour"; "Sunday Today", "Nightly News-Weekend Edition", "NBC News Overnight" and various news specials. Ginger has written for Tom Brokaw, Maria Shriver, Roger Mudd, Linda Ellerbee, Garrick Utley and numerous other news anchors. She was a news feed producer and news writer for NBC's Affiliate News Service, servicing the network's 200 affiliates and also worked for Visnews, a London-based international news agency.