Sandy Marshall is a producer, director, writer, performer, speaker, and entrepreneur. He splits his time between Toronto, New York, and Los Angeles.
A 20-year comedy veteran, he's a Chicago Emmy-nominated writer/producer, former Director at the legendary Second City, has appeared onscreen alongside Vince Vaughn in Ron Howard's The Dilemma and on Comedy Central. He's a co-founder of Chicago's legendary sketch ensemble Schadenfreude, is a regular contributor to WGN's The Download with Justin Kaufmann, and Contently's The Content Strategist. He co-created the produced television pilot Shiny People alongside Brian d'Arcy James via Silent Crow Arts.
As an entrepreneur, Sandy heads-up Marshall Media, a content development studio. He’s a former VP of Second City Works (the B2B arm of The Second City), and has appeared in Fast Company and on CBC News. Corporate clients include companies like AOL, Twitter, Morgan Stanley, Zappos, Royal Bank of Canada, TD Bank, Bell, Rogers, General Motors, Johnson & Johnson, Unilever, 37signals, Contently, Symbility Intersect, and TEDx Toronto.
Sandy serves as a jurist for the prestigious Rockie Awards at the Banff World Media Festival, is a frequent speaker at conferences, and recently served on the Board of Trustees of Drake University.