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Nathaniel Marston: 5 Things To Know About Soap Star In Critical Condition

Mon, November 2, 2015 8:02am EDT by Avery Thompson Add first Comment
Who Is Nathaniel Marston

Former soap star Nathaniel Marston is in critical condition and fighting for his life after suffering devastating injuries in a car accident on Oct. 30. Here’s 5 key things you need to know about the beloved soap star.

One Life To Live star Nathaniel Marston, 40, could be paralyzed or even lose his life after getting into a serious car accident on Oct. 30. Here’s everything you need to know about Nathaniel, his soap past and his condition.

1. He could be paralyzed if he survives, according to his mother.

His mother wrote on her Facebook page that Nathaniel is in intensive care and on life support. His back and neck are broken, and he suffered other internal injuries. She also said, if he lives, he will be paralyzed from the neck down and will not be able to breathe without a ventilator machine. This is so sad.

2. He starred as Michael McBain on One Life To Live.

Nathaniel is best known for playing Dr. Michael McBain on One Life To Live from 2001 to 2007. He played the brother of Detective John McBain, played by Michael Easton. He also played Eddie Silva on As The World Turns from 1998 to 1999.

3. He’s guest-starred on a number of TV series.

In addition to his role on soaps, Nathaniel’s guest-starred on Law & Order: SVU, White Collar, Castle and Blue Bloods.

4. His last role was in 2011.

His last movie role was Walk a Mile in My Pradas in 2011. The movie followed Nathaniel’s character Tony after a magic Christmas ornament turns his life upside down. The movie also starred Tom Arnold.

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5. He was nominated for two Soap Opera Digest awards. 

He was nominated for Outstanding Male Newcomer in 1999 for his role on As The World Turns. In 2005, he was nominated for Favorite Couple with Kathy Brier, who played Marcie on One Life To Live.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Nathaniel and his family during this troubling time.

— Avery Thompson