I've worked in the video game industry for 12+ years as a Narrative Designer/Writer/Game Designer.
Before video games, I was involved in the improv & sketch comedy theater scene in NYC as a Performer, Writer, Director, and Producer.
I also played the lead role in the horror feature film “S&MAN (Sandman)."
Born and raised in New York City, I attended School of Visual Arts with a focus on screenwriting.
I currently live in Montreal, Canada.
Here is a list of FUN facts about Erik Marcisak:
Erik Marcisak has never been on a podcast.
Erik Marcisak is properly pronounced “Er-ik” “Mar-See-Sack.”
Erik Marcisak completed the New York City Marathon in 2014.
Erik Marcisak has never killed anyone.
Erik Marcisak dislikes the sound of a harmonica.
Erik Marcisak worked as a Production Assistant on several music videos, commercials, and feature films (1996-2003).
Erik Marcisak’s craziest & most stressful year was 2006.
Erik Marcisak was voted “Most Creative” his senior year at St. Francis Prep High School.
Erik Marcisak’s best year was 2017.
Erik Marcisak uses the same coffee mug that Ray Charles used.
Erik Marcisak roots for the NY Mets and saw them lose the World Series in 2015.
Erik Marcisak wants the Montreal Expos to exist.
Erik Marcisak completed the Disney World Marathon in 2013.
Erik Marcisak roots for the Montreal Canadiens.
Erik Marcisak’s favorite biography is Walt Disney by Neil Gabler.
Erik Marcisak’s favorite book is From Russia With Love by Ian Flemming.
Erik Marcisak’s favorite music groups are A Tribe Called Quest, Wu Tang Clan, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, and The Avalanches.
Erik Marcisak has lived in 4 Canadian provinces: Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, British Columbia, and now Quebec.
Erik Marcisak’s name is often misspelled as "Eric Marcisak."
Erik Marcisak worked in a funeral home.
Erik Marcisak dislikes the taste & texture of coconut.
Erik Marcisak is allergic to fish, shellfish, and hops (that means beer).
Erik Marcisak makes pizza every Sunday night.
Erik Marcisak’s favorite place on earth is Ischia, Italy.