He played DI Humphrey Goodman in Death in Paradise, taking over the role in April 2013 for the show's third series and leaving it in February 2017 in the sixth series.
He moved with his family to Hong Kong and later to Canada.
In 2003, he appeared in the film Love Actually as Colin Frissell, an Englishman who goes to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the United States to find love.
In 2004, Marshall appeared as DS Luke Stone in the police drama series Murder City.
It stars Chadwick Boseman as Thurgood Marshall, the first African-American Supreme Court Justice, and focuses on one of the first cases of his career, the State of Connecticut v. It also stars Josh Gad, Kate Hudson, Dan Stevens, Sterling K. Principal photography began in Los Angeles in mid-December 2015.
The film premiered at Howard University on September 20, 2017, and was released in the United States by Open Road Films on October 13, 2017.
They wonder why Spell appeared to throw her over the calm side instead of the side with rapids.
Spell is initially interested in a plea bargain offered by Willis, but Marshall talks him out of it.
Spell tries to drive her to a doctor, but Strubing has to hide in the back seat when the patrolman questions him.
Later on at trial, though, a doctor testifies to finding pieces of skin underneath Strubing's fingernails, as well as bruises.
Strubing herself testifies that she was tied in the back seat when the patrolman pulled Spell over.
Since departing his full-time role in My Family in 2003, Marshall has returned twice.
The first time was for one episode in season five in 2004 and the second was for a Comic Relief special in 2005.