Sandy Marshall is an Emmy-nominated producer, writer, actor, and entrepreneur.
As an actor, Sandy appeared w/Vince Vaughn in Ron Howard’s The Dilemma, in Comedy Central’s Still Hungry, and has starred in dozens of commercials (most recently as the Exxon scientist). Look for Sandy this fall in the Emmy-winning Odd Squad on PBS.
He’s a 2x NASA Social alum, most recently participating at the first night launch of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy (STP-2 mission) at Kennedy Space Center.
Sandy directed This is Deadsville, a musical podcast via Entertainment One & Apple Podcasts. He’s also a former director at the legendary Second City, and develops television content w/Silent Crow Arts in NYC.
As a writer, Sandy created the Workish satirical business series. He's written for Contently, Canadian Business, Cards Against Humanity, Rogers Media, The Message, and co-founded Chicago’s sketch ensemble Schadenfreude.
As an entrepreneur, Sandy is a Consultant (and former VP) at Second City Works, having worked with brands like Morgan Stanley, GE, Janssen, and Zappos. He's also the “Howard” of Norman Howard, a Toronto-based comedic content shop, and is a co-founder of the Ensemble event series alongside WE.
As a business speaker, Sandy has presented at conferences including NXNE, Dx3 (3 times), NATO, the Digital Media Summit, and co-hosted the CMA's annual marketing gala for 3 years. He's a 4-time jurist at the Banff World Media Festival, and has appeared in Fast Company, Crain’s Chicago Business, and on WGN Radio and CBC News.
As an educator, Sandy sits on the Faculty at the Second City Training Centre, is a Facilitator for WE’s Incubation Hub, writes for WE’s Global Classroom series, and is an alum of Drake University’s Board of Trustees. He holds a BA in History & Communications from Drake University, and studied writing at the University of Edinburgh.