John Marquez Biography
John Marquez is a famous British actor and writer best known for his role as PC Joseph Penhale in the ITV drama series Doc Martin (2007-present). He is also known for casting Ray Wilson in BBC One’s drama In The Club (2014-present).
John Marquez Age
Charles Marquez is 51 years old as of June 2021. He was born on June 5, 1970, in Coventry, England. In addition, he celebrates his birthday on June 5th every year.
John Marquez Family | Parents | Brother
Marquez was born in Coventry to a Spanish father, owner of a chip shop, and an English mother. However, the names of his parent are still unknown. He has a sibling brother, Martin Marquez, an established actor who encouraged him to pursue an acting career. In addition, Charles has a niece, Ramona Marquez (Martin’s daughter) who was an established comedy player as early as six years in the TV sitcom, ‘Outnumbered’.
Martin’s son, Raoul is also an established actor who is famous as well-meaning but dim P.C.Penhale in the television series ‘Doc Martin’. This is a series set in Martin’s wife’s native county of Cornwall where he has played a guest role.
John Marquez Wife
John was married to his late wife, actress Clare Cathcart. The two were blessed with two daughters; Jeanie Marquez and Elsie Marquez.
John has an impressive CV on stage where he has featured in ‘The Taming of the Shrew’, the Royal Court (‘Ding Dong the Wicked’), the (‘Emperor Jones, ‘Market Boy’), ‘House of Games’, and ‘The Hypochondriac’ at the Almeida, In addition, he cast in ‘Privates on Parade’ at the Noel Coward Theatre and in 2014 the musical ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
In 2016, Charles Marquez was back in a television series casting as Hermione Norris’s over-sympathetic husband in the comedy-drama series, ‘In the Club’.
John Marquez Net Worth
Marquez has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million. His income is mainly from his successful career as an actor and writer.
John Marquez Films
- Una vida y dos mandados (1997)
- The Trial of Tony Blair (2007)
- Doc Martin (2007–2019)
- Hotel Babylon (2008)
- In The Club (2014—)
- Death in Paradise (2017)
- Porridge (2017)