Marcellus Henry was an incredible son, partner, friend and teammate. From early on he excelled in multiple sports; competitive athleticism provided an outlet and form of escape from real life.
Tangled Up in Blue finds Marcel getting fitted for his formal ball attire while Klaus arrives. While they both listen to Thierry play his saxophone.
Early Life and Education
Henry was first educated at one of Charleston, South Carolina’s many nurseries of learning before going on to Georgia and Tennessee where he gained widespread renown as an instructor at colleges.
Henry was named in a lawsuit brought by Gibson Merritt against John Benson who alleged they took property belonging to Marcell and other parties from Henry’s possession, according to Gibson’s claims. This matter was heard at Nashville Chancery Court.
At this point, Marcellus met Klaus Mikaelson and began instructing him in reading Shakespeare. Soon thereafter, however, Marcellus began becoming closer to Elijah than Klaus; refusing his antics such as forcing people to act out scenes from Hamlet before forcing them to kill each other for real.
Marcel Henry had an intense passion for hip hop music and its vibrant culture, leading him to create and design The Rap Game board game as an outlet. This unique experience encompasses all elements of hip hop culture – battle rapping, karaoke rapping, freestyling beats etc – in one fun and interactive experience! The game features battle rap battles, karaoke battle rapping karaoke sessions freestyle beats battle rapping battle karaoke battles battles battles rap battles rap battles rap battles rap battles battles rap battles rap battles karaoke sessions as well as battle rap battles over various elements such as battle karaoke; freestyle beats and beats; battles etc!
He then transitioned to Arsenal where he quickly established himself as one of England’s premier strikers, winning multiple trophies including Barclays Premier League and FA Cup championships.
He was also featured prominently on The Originals TV series where he played the part of an attentive vampire who looked out for Hope Mikaelson.
Achievement and Honors
In 1999 he established the Anne Adams Awards to encourage harpists towards excellence. Additionally he published several pieces for both harp and strings in both solo and ensemble settings as well as serving as nursing professor at San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
He was an esteemed member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. From 1905-1913 he served as General Administrator of Bibliotheque nationale.
His athletic achievements included college success as well as military honors such as medals of honor. All who knew him miss him deeply; his family remains faithful in honoring his memory.
Marcel was an accomplished basketball player since childhood, finding comfort and peace within its walls. Additionally, he was passionate about hip hop culture.
Kingsley Martin and Lawcity Martin along with their siblings Connor Drayson Toby Beardy will miss him deeply but know he has fulfilled his final duty with honor and dignity.
On The Originals, Davina Claire looked to Niklaus Mikaelson for guidance and mentorship; and Josh relied upon him as a trusted confidante and friend. Davina Claire found strength in him as the father figure she needed from Josh as her coven fought back to take back New Orleans from their enemies.
He is an esteemed American businessman renowned for his philanthropic efforts in Orange County. Additionally, he co-founded semiconductor firm Broadcom and currently serves as its chairman of the board – employing thousands of people worldwide.
He was a regular cast member on the CW drama One Tree Hill for two seasons as Chase Adams. Additionally, he appeared on MTV reality series Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County.
Samueli founded Broadcom with his first Ph.D. student in 1991 and made it publicly traded two years later. While still teaching at UCLA (on leave of absence), Samueli sits on Broadcom’s board of directors as well as remaining an educator at UCLA – amassing an estimated net worth of $7.9 billion as of 2023.