Nathaniel Marston, American actor, Died at 40

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Nathaniel Marston was born on July 9, 1975, and died on November 11, 2015.

He was an American actor and producer. Nathaniel is known for his two roles on ABC’s One Life to Live as Al Holden and Dr. Michael McBain from 2001 to 2007.

Born on July 9, 1975, in Torrington, Connecticut, Nathaniel lived in several states with his mother, Elizabeth, an aspiring actress, before moving to Kauai, Hawaii, at the age of three.

When he was ten, they moved to San Diego, California.

During the next several years Nathaniel lived in Los Angeles and New York, returning to Los Angeles, where he graduated from Beverly Hills High School.

Nathaniel was married to Rita Bias in 2006.

In the early hours of October 21, 2007, Nathaniel was arrested following an altercation with three people in New York City, and was thought to be under the influence of narcotics.

Ultimately, in March 2010 Nathaniel plead guilty to one charge of the misdemeanor resisting arrest and completed a three-month course in anger management as part of a no-jail-time sentencing deal.

No drug allegations were ever substantiated, though Nathaniel did admit to punching a police officer who was trying to break up the fracas.

Nathaniel was involved with the charities The Gabriel Project and Lower Eastside Service Center. He was an amateur boxer.

On October 30, 2015, Nathaniel was involved in a car accident near Reno, Nevada, that left him in critical condition.

Nathaniel was not wearing a seatbelt when his pickup truck flipped several times throwing him from the truck.

No drugs or alcohol were found in his system.

His mother later reported that he was on life support and doctors had advised that, if he survived, he would likely be paralysed from the neck down.

Nathaniel, however, passed away at age 40 on November 11, 2015, following complications from surgery.


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