Kris Marshall made an early career appearance on the police series The Bill but it was in 2000 that his major breakthrough role came as Nick Harper in the BBC sitcom My Family. In 2003 he appeared in the film Love Actually as Colin Frissell. In 2004 Marshall appeared as DS Luke Stone in the police drama series Murder City. From 2005 to 2011, Marshall appeared on TV and in print for BT Retail adverts, where he played the character Adam; with Esther Hall portraying his character’s eventual wife Jane. He also played Dave in the BBC comedy series Citizen Khan in 2012.
Since departing his full-time role in My Family in 2003, Marshall 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.
Marshall starred as Tom Sanger alongside Annelise Hesme in the 2015 independent British romantic comedy Sparks & Embers. He also appeared in the film Death at a Funeral.Return