Putnam City North High School
Oklahoma State University
Was cast on the HBO series "Westworld."
Played JFK in the drama "The Butler"
Appeared in the action film "2 Guns"
Featured in "Robot & Frank" with Frank Langella
Cast alongside Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher, and Rebel Wilson in "Bachelorette"
Co-starred with Kate Bosworth in Rod Lurie's remake of "Straw Dogs"
Co-starred in the Chris Rock-produced black comedy "Death at a Funeral," a remake of the 2007 British film of the same name
Appeared in "Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore," the sequel to the 2001 family film "Cats & Dogs"
Co-starred with Cameron Diaz in "The Box"
Played Katherine Heigl's love interest in the romantic comedy "27 Dresses"
Cast as dashing Prince Edward in Disney's modern-day animation and live-action fairy tale "Enchanted"
Played Corny Collins in "Hairspray," the film adaptation of the Broadway musical based on the 1988 John Waters movie
Reprised the role of Cyclops in the third installment of the "X-Men" series, "X-Men: The Last Stand"
Cast as as Richard White in Bryan Singer's "Superman Returns"
Co-starred in "Heights," a drama following five New Yorkers over a 24-hour period
Cast opposite Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling in "The Notebook"
Reprised role of Cyclops in the sequel "X2"
Co-starred with Mena Suvari in the teen comedy "Sugar and Spice"
Joined the cast of "Ally McBeal" (Fox) as lawyer Glenn Foy; left show after appearing in 13 episodes
Cast as the mutant Cyclops in Bryan Singer's big-screen version of the Marvel comic "X-Men"
Appeared in the ensemble flick "Gossip" with Joshua Jackson, Kate Hudson and Norman Reedus
Co-starred with Nick Stahl and Katie Holmes in the teen thriller "Disturbing Behavior"
Cast in a featured role in the CBS miniseries "Bella Mafia"
Starred in TV-movie "On the Edge of Innocence" (NBC)
Portrayed the son of Ma Barker in "Public Enemy #1" (HBO)
Played Ricky, a teen father, on "Second Noah" (ABC)
Appeared in a recurring role on syndicated series "Boogie's Diner"
Made his TV-movie debut in NBC's "In the Line of Duty: Ambush at Waco"
Landed TV acting debut with a bit role on two episodes of "The Nanny" (CBS)
Worked as a Versace model
Marsden spoke out against Internet rumors that said his baby blue eyes were fake. He claimed they were NOT contact lenses.