Rey Marz

Actor - Illustrator - Author

Rey is an actor of theatre, film, and television. He is also an illustrator, and a muralist. Among his art projects, he has painted murals for the University of California, Riverside and an interactive mural for Villa Esperanza in Pasadena -- with his Anchoring a Dream Project -- for children with autism.

The Two Professors - Best Picture nominated at the Azure Lorica Fan Film Awards - part one of an Indiana Jones inspired series:

The Two Professors

Cool project I was fortunate enough to be part of, from Grammy nominated Blake Mills and artist Jesca Hoop:

The Lost Sky

Here's a quicklist of ways to connect with Rey:

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Rey is honored to have invented an interactive mural for children with autism, "Anchoring a Dream", which encourages learning beyond the classroom. The mural features a reusable surface, allowing children draw and paint their dreams and ideas directly into the clouds of the mural. For more info, check out:

  • Anchoring a Dream

  • Scroll down for some more of Rey's newsworthy adventures:

    • Enter the Fist Movie ... Rey's movie poster for a movie that he was also in, getting to work with wrestler Bill Goldberg, Jean-Claude Van Damme's daughter Bianca, and Oliver Stone's son, Sean Stone, among many others. Click the link to check us out on IMDb.
    • Gordon the Fisherman... The official Facebook page for a children's book that Rey wrote ... get ready for some Halloween ... adventure ...and fish sticks.

    The Adventures of Gordon the Fisherman

    in Your House on Halloween

    a picture book

    written and illustrated by Rey Marz,

    published by Gordon Fish Foods, Inc.

    Aavailable on for download with a free version of the Kindle for Mac, PC, etc.


    Tommy Turtle: Exercise is Fun!

    a picture book

    written by Eric Mathe,

    published by 4RV Publishing,

    illustrations by Rey Marz

    Visite the website:


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    The hieroglyphics at the top of the column translate to:

    "May you teach and learn for a thousand years in the house of life."


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    Mild Mannered Reporter

    What if Superman reporter Clark Kent had his own blog on Facebook?



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