Marcus Ambrose has had a colorful life and extraordinary experiences that are hard to believe. Read all about him.

Read about how Marcus Ambrose, considered by many as idealist and visionary, tried to reform the legal system.

AMBROSE FOR JUDGE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

Ambrose was hailed by the political and civic leaders in the state of Florida, as the man who could reform the judiciary, and restore the legal profession to the noble status it once enjoyed. 

YOU DON’T HAVE TO LIVE LIKE A REFUGE

Marcus Ambrose is a humanitarian and freedom fighter. He put it all on the line to help 33,000 Cuban people held incommunicado in concentration-like conditions at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba ordered by Bill Clinton, gain their freedom.

ANDRES VARGAS GÓMEZ THANKS AMBROSE IN THE MIAMI HERALD (SPANISH)

Andrew Vargas Gomez is the grandson of General Andres Varagas Gomez, the “George Washington” of Cuba who, along with Jose Marti, liberated Cuba from Spanish colonization. 

 

After Castro’s revolution, Andres fled for his life to Miami, Florida. He was one of the principal organizers of the Bay of Pigs, and was captured during the invasion of Cuba. While all the other counter-revolutionary, prisoners were returned to Miami after about one year in captivity, Andres—who was a hugely popular in Cuba who preferred democracy—was kept in Castro’s prison for 22 years, to be made an example to those who would threaten his regime.

 

After he was freed, he returned to Miami, Florida, and was considered by the exile community the president of Cuba in exile. He and Ambrose formed the human rights organization “Guantanamo No”, for the purpose of liberating the 33,000 Cuban Balseros (rafters) held in concentration like camps at Guantanamo Bay, after being interdicted by the U.S. Coastguard during the Clinton administration.

 

In the Miami Herald’s Hispanic edition, Mr. Vargas wrote an editorial thanking Ambrose for his sacrifice on behalf of the Cuban exile community.

AMBROSE vs McDONALDS PRESS RELEASE

Ambrose fights for the underdog and unempowered! Read about his 10-year saga battling McDonald’s, and gross corporate corruption, to save the life of his client, a former employee of McDonald’s, whose life and health was almost destroyed by this heartless corporation. 

TOP TEN TIPS

Ambrose is a master communicator, and has taught fellow trial attorneys on the art of persuasion. This article was written for lawyers, but anyone who wants to learn sophisticated communication skills, can benefit from his top ten tips. It’s a good read.

BLUEPRINT FOR JUSTICE

Ambrose authored the “Blueprint for Justice”, a landmark document that identified the key problems facing the legal system and, as to each, offered a pragmatic and realistic solutions. His Blueprint” received national acclaim. Ambrose spent six years of his life and much of his self-made fortune, to implement his vision. 

VIVA THE REVOLUTION

Marcus has been in and around the entertainment business as SAG Actor, former host of a radio talk show, and entertainment lawyer. A reformer by nature, and witness to the corruption in the “biz”, he called for a revolution in Hollywood. 

A CONFLICT OF INTEREST

In 1984 Marcus wrote the screenplay “A Conflict of Interest”, which was featured in Variety. He was represented by a Hollywood Talent Agency at the time. It’s storyline (not dialogue), without his authorization, was adapted and made into the Oscar winning 1987 movie “Wall Street” by writers Oliver Stone and Stanley Weiser, who infringed on Ambrose’s copyrighted material. Before Wall Street, both Stone and Weisler were virtually unknowns in the industry.

ACTING

Ambrose is a Sag-Aftra Actor. See him perform in 3 movie scenes.