Nathaniel Marston was born on July 9, 1975, in Torrington, CT, and raised in a variety of American cities including Kauai, HI, San Diego, CA, and Los Angeles. Marston's career on screen took off shortly after he was discovered by a talent agent while working the counter at a bakery in Beverly Hills, CA. The romantic comedy "Love Is All There Is" (1996) gave Marston his first acting job in a feature film, opposite Angelina Jolie. Around the same time, Marston found roles on the short-lived drama series "Matt Waters" (CBS 1996) and the fantasy horror film "The Craft" (1996). The coming years granted Marston success in the soap opera circuit, first with a minor part on "As the World Turns" (CBS 1956-2010) and then with a long-term role on "One Life to Live" (ABC 1968-2012). After leaving the latter series in 2007, Marston endured legal complications following a physical fight with strangers in New York City. Marston continued to make brief appearances on programs including "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC 1999-) and in films like "Walk a Mile in My Pradas" (2011), and sponsored charities such as The Gabriel Project. On October 30, 2015, Marston was involved in a car accident in Reno, NV. After complications from the resultant surgery, Marston died on November 11, 2015.