Best known for his roles on American soap operas, Nathaniel Marston essayed three different parts on two long-running daytime dramas. Marston joined the cast of As the World Turns from 1998-2000, with an ongoing portrayal of Dr. Eddie Silva, then left the series and turned up on One Life to Live one year later -- first as Al Holden from 2001-2004, then as Dr. Michael McBain. Marston's big-screen appearances officially date back to the teen witchcraft drama The Craft in 1996, with supporting parts in the features Ciao America and Ordinary Sinner in 2001. After leaving One Life to Live in 2007, he continued working with guest roles on shows like Castle and Blue Bloods. In October 2015, Marston was involved in a serious car accident near Reno, Nevada; he succumbed to his injuries the following month, dying at age 40.