Marc Cellucci

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Marc Cellucci
Place of birth: San Antonio, Texas, United States[1]
Employment history:
Sega of America (1999 – )
Sega of Japan (?? – 2008)
Mission One (2009[2] – )
Role(s): Producer, voice actor, musician
Education: Texas A&M (Journalism and International Studies, 1998)[2]
Twitter: @marcnino

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Marc Cellucci is an American businessman and game developer previously involved with both Sega of America and Sega of Japan. He started in 1999 at Sega, working on the Sega Dreamcast Network,, and SegaNet. After becoming fluent in Japanese, he moved to Japan to work as a marketing manager at Koei. He then returned to Sega as a producer under AM3, mainly involved with Dinosaur King, including both arcade and handheld versions of the game, as well as the adjacent television animation and merchandise. He left Sega in 2008 to found his own company, Mission One.[3]

He is a self-proclaimed wannabe rock star,[4] and has contributed to Sega and other video game soundtracks as a lyricist, such as the Harley-Davidson: King of the Road song To The Edge I Ride,[5] and the maimai song Color My World.[6]

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