Shimmy Marcus

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Shimmy Marcus was born on 1966 in Terenure, Dublin, Ireland, is a Film director, Sound engineer. Discover Shimmy Marcus’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

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OccupationFilm director, Sound engineer
Age54 years old
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BirthplaceTerenure, Dublin, Ireland

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Shimmy Marcus Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Shimmy Marcus


Since then he has gone on to make two more award-winning Short Films, Rhinos, and Hannah Cohen’s Holy Communion. In 2014 he set up Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting in Smithfield, Dublin, where he is Artistic Director.


In 2009 he complete his 2nd feature Soulboy. Set against the backdrop of the Northern Soul scene in the North of England in the mid 1970s, the film came 2nd in the Audience Award for Best Film at its premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. The low budget flick proved a hit with critics and was released in the UK in September 2010. The Guardian called it The Comeback Kid for punching above its weight at the box office.


Marcus also directed a documentary for RTÉ’s U2 Night (25 June 2005), and a music videos for Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Snow Patrol, Gavin Friday, Skin (Skunk Anansie), Republic of Loose, and BP Fallon with Jack White.


In 2003 he completed Headrush. Again Marcus received awards and positive reviews, but despite the praise of industry bibles such as Variety, the film failed to receive wide distribution. In 2005 he released the film himself across 10 screens in Ireland gaining a modest box office success.


In 2000 he released the feature documentary Aidan Walsh: Master of the Universe which he directed, produced, and co-edited about underground cult performer Aidan Walsh. The film went on to win awards and became the first documentary made on video to receive theatrical and video distribution in Ireland.


He wrote his first speculative screenplay Headrush over Christmas 1994 and it was optioned shortly after by Ed Guiney of Element Films. He made his first short film, 7th Heaven, in 1998 and picked up a variety of awards at various festivals around the world. In 1999, he won the Miramax Scriptwriting Award for Headrush.


After some years of traveling around the world, Marcus returned to Dublin in the early 1990s to work briefly as a recording and live sound engineer before turning to stage lighting and design. He lit many of the popular Irish indie bands at the time including Engine Alley, LiR, Peach, The Unbelievable Children.


Marcus continued experiment with different work, most notably his interpretations of three chapters from James Joyce’s Ulysses in the feature documentary ‘Imagining Ulysses’ and his series of Limelight Shorts commissioned by the Dublin Theatre Festival to celebrate their 50th Anniversary.