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Marc Edward Heuck

Marc Edward Heuck
Born Mark Edward Heuck
(1969-07-17) July 17, 1969 (ageĀ 44)
Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.

Marc Edward Heuck is an American writer who is best known as the Movie Geek on the Comedy Central game show Beat the Geeks.

Heuck has provided audio commentary tracks and interview segments for the DVD releases of the 1995 slasher Night of the Dribbler, 1984 Savage Streets, 1978 Cheerleader's Wild Weekend, 1981 slasher Scream, 1973 thriller The Candy Snatchers and the 1997 comedy Men Cry Bullets. Heuck also recorded a commentary for the 1981 punk rock satire Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains, which was not included on the DVD release, but can be obtained as a free download.

Heuck provided a foreword for Marc Salzman's DVD Confidential, a non-fiction book designed to help DVD watchers locate hidden easter eggs. He appeared as a contestant on Win Ben Stein's Money before being hired for Beat the Geeks.

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  • Internet Movie Database
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