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Marc-Sully Saint-Fleur is a Haitian-American Actor/Comedian/Singer/Writer/Dancer that hails from Miami FL, where he started his training at New World School of the Arts. He moved to New York City to continue studying Musical Theatre. He began working regionally on such shows as Les Miserable, Hair, Guys & Dolls and made his off broadway debut in Fat Camp the Musical. After a strong stent in NYC, he decided to head west and focus on Comedy, Sketch and Stand Up. He’s tackled world famous stages like The Comedy Store, The Laugh Factory and The Hollywood Improv. He most recently was a Writer/Performer in the 2019 CBS Diversity Showcase. He also performs with the sketch team Emerald on UCB’s Maude Night. He’s a devout fan of Thai food.