At 28 years old Marc Price has arrived as a stand up comic. Price’s edgy, hysterical observations on 20 something life have been rocking sold out colleges and comedy clubs for years. His wildly enthusiastic fans have anointed him the Generation X Comic, speaking for a confused generation that desperately yearns for a voice. They have finally found it with Price. He dives right in, tackling the issues that are unique to the post baby boomers: growing up in a single parent home, high risk sex, the first group to grow up in the information age, the warped and confused family value system, the strange fascination with nostalgia and the allegations that anyone in their 20’s is a slacker.

His youthful take on American life is resonating louder than ever. Price is in high demand, performing at more colleges and clubs than most seasoned comedians did during the comedy boom days. And although it doesn’t hurt to have been Skippy on the hit TV series Family Ties... Price has outgrown this,., after seeing Marc for just a few minutes live on stage you realize that Skippy is light years a way. Price is a comedy force with the best of them, performing an hour and half show to howling, screaming, appreciative audiences around the globe. From Melbourne Australia to Vancouver, Canada to Las Vegas, Price has performed his high energy act to all points on the globe. He has appeared at such prestigious venues as Caesars, the main stage at the Montreal Comedy Festival, the Hilton Showroom; many times performing with such notables as Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno, Carrot Top, Weird Al Yankovic etc...

Price can also be seen regularly performing in front of thousands at many of our nation’s most respected colleges and universities: Georgetown, Princeton, USC, Penn State, Boston University and many more.

Price’s explosive act has captured the attention of virtually all the TV and Cable Networks. He received a week from CBS to host his own late night talk show, can be seen performing regularly on MTV and Comedy Central, has appeared on Comic Relief, does funny remote, man on the street pieces for Ricki Lake, CNN, American Journal and the Nashville Network, appeared in his own comedy special for the Disney channel, makes guest appearances on Regis and Kathy Lee, Phil Donahue, Entertainment Tonight... and of course has performed his act on nearly all television Comedy Variety Shows.

Price’s success in stand up has its roots in Marc’s childhood. He is the son of legendary funny man Al Bernie. At the ripe old age of eight, Marc was working the Borscht Belt with his dad on such historic stages as Grossingers and the Concord. He was the kind of kid that spent his formative years at the Friars Club swapping jokes with the likes of Milton Berle and George Bums.

After being on the road with his father for many years, Price relocated to Los Angeles just before he turned 13. At just 14 Marc got his first shot at the big time by appearing on "The Men’ Griffin Show." Soon, Price appeared on such sitcoms as "One Day at a Time", "Archie Bunke’s Place", and of course, "Family Ties" where Skippy eventually became a recurring character and sitcom history.

With his success on a television series and in comedy clubs came success in features. Price has starred and co-starred in 10 feature films and television movies including the cult horror film "Trick or Treat" with Ozzy Osborne, Touchstone’s "The Rescue" with Kevin Dillon and the Fox feature film "Killer Tomatoes Eat France", part IV of the Tomatoes Trilogy, in which Marc plays Michael J Fox.

When not on the road, Price resides in Los Angeles where he is deeply involved in the day to day operations of his successful TV and Film company, Say Something Productions. Say Something currently has shows in development with Dick Clark Productions, Vin
Dibonna Productions and Bruce Nash Entertainment.