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Marcus Scribner landed his first series-regular role at the age of 13 on ABC's Emmy® and Golden Globe®-nominated comedy series Black-ish, starring as Andre Johnson, Jr. opposite Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross. Since its premiere in September 2014, the series has gone on to receive both critical acclaim and awards recognition year after year, including a prestigious Peabody Award in 2015. Scribner has also been nominated for multiple Emmy, Golden Globe, Critics Choice, NAACP Image and Screen Actors Guild Awards as part of the ensemble cast. He received two individual NAACP Image Awards, one for Outstanding Performance by a Youth in 2016 and the other for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series in 2019. In 2015, Scribner took on his first animated film role voicing the rambunctious dinosaur Buck in Pixar's The Good Dinosaur. He then went on to become a part of the DreamWorks family in the Netflix animated series Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh. He is currently the voice of Bow in Netflix's She-Ra and the Princesses of Power revival.
Recently expanding on to film, Scribner starred in 2017's Alexander in Real Life. He will next be seen in Awesomeness Film's The F* It List, a high school comedy about breaking free and designing your own future, and the college-set thriller Confessional, which follows his character and six other students as they unravel the mystery of two deaths on campus. A passionate humanitarian, Scribner can be found traveling the globe to give back to the people around him and the world. He serves as an ambassador for Defend Our Future, a project of the Environmental Defense Fund that is dedicated to empowering young people of all political persuasions who are interested in advancing climate change and clean energy solutions. He also serves as the chief youth innovator for Reserve Protection Agency in South Africa, helping to protect Africa's beautiful animals.
Scribner was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, and will attend USC to further his education.