Early Life: Don Marshall was born on May 2, 1936, in San Diego, California. He loved acting from a young age. After finishing school, he moved to Los Angeles to become an actor.

Breakthrough Moment: Don became famous when he got a part in “Land of the Giants.” It was a cool show about people in a world of giants. Don’s character was called Dan Erickson, and people loved him.

Other TV Shows and Movies: After “Land of the Giants,” Don was in many other TV shows and movies. He acted in shows like “Star Trek” and “Mission: Impossible.” He was also in movies like “The Thing with Two Heads.”

Personal Life: Don was married two times. His second wife, Marsha A. Hunt, was also an actress. They had a daughter named Michelle. Don faced some tough times because of racism, but he kept going.

Legacy: Even though Don isn’t with us anymore—he passed away in 2016—he is remembered for his great work in TV and movies. His role in “Land of the Giants” is still loved by fans today.

Full Name: Donald James Marshall

Date of Birth: May 2, 1936

Birth Place: San Diego, California, USA

Residence: Lived in Los Angeles, California, during his acting career

Profession: Actor

Nationality: American

Religion: Not widely documented

Father: Not widely documented

Mother: Not widely documented

Partner: Married twice, his second wife was actress and singer Marsha A. Hunt. The couple had one child together, a daughter named Michelle Marshall.

Horoscope: Taurus

Age: Died at the age of 80

Height: 6 feet (approx.)

Body Type: Athletic

Eye Color: Brown

Hair Color: Black