P.J. Marshall is an American actor widely recognized for his impressive performance as well as athleticism. He is one of the successful actors of the film industry.
Early life and education
P.J. Marshall was born as Peter James Marshall in 1933 in Saddlebrook, New Jersey. He belongs to white ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
Marshall grew up in Georgia as well as Southern California. He attended Wellington College in Berkshire and earned his degree of D.Phil from the Wadham College.
Between 1959 and 1993, Marshall also taught in the history department at King's College London.
P.J. Marshall began his career as a teacher at the King’s College in London. He became the Rhodes Professor of Imperial History in the college.
Marshall made his film debut starring in the movie 'The Mysteries of Laura' followed by Underground, Dark Places, American Horror Story, Maggie, Mississippi Grind, Trumbo Nashville, and many others.
Other than acting and teaching, Marshall is involved in the Editorial Committee as ‘The Correspondence of Edmund Burke’ in 1965.
Marshall was an editor of The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History. He also became a Vice President of the Royal Historical Society.
The handsome actor Marshall is seen hanging out with his girl-friends many times. However, he is not engaged romantically with any of them.
Marshall does not reveal anything about his private life and has managed to keep it under the shade. He is possibly single and enjoying his current living standard.
There is also no rumors about his affair and girlfriend.
As a Hollywood celebrity, there's no doubt that he makes a good salary from his career. His main source of income is from the teaching job.
Marshall also receives a decent amount from his acting career. Even though his net worth has not been estimated yet P.J. certainly lives a lavish life.
by ab-niranjan, 30 Jul, 2017