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Tom Marshall is a British actor playing in the National Theatre, West End theatre, Royal Court Theatre, and Menier Chocolate Factory. In July 2016 he was nominated for an Offie Award for It is easy to be dead.

Tom Marshall (artist) British artist and image editor

Tom Marshall is a British artist and image editor known for his colourisations of historical black and white photographs, often working under the name PhotograFix.

John Thomas Marshall is an American former basketball player and coach. He graduated from Mount Juliet High School in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. He was a star at Western Kentucky University in the 1950s, where he was a two-time All-American. His number 41 is one of only six retired at Western Kentucky. He was named to the OVC Half-Century Team and the OVC 40th Anniversary team. A 6'4" forward, he was drafted by the Rochester Royals with the seventh pick of the 1954 NBA draft. After a promising rookie season, he was drafted into the Army and missed the 1955–56 season. In a four-year NBA career, he played for the Royals, as well as for the Detroit Pistons. In his final year as a player (1958–59) he served as a player-coach; then coached the Cincinnati Royals for one additional season (1959–60) after retiring from playing. The Royals would eventually become the Sacramento Kings many years after his retirement.

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