Los Angeles native Marc Dyen is the classic stereotype: musician/comedian/Elementary School Principal. He picked up the guitar at age 10, and by 16 was playing the Roxy and Whisky and other, now extinct landmarks of the Sunset Strip. He took a job teaching to pay the bills, and used the time off to record. With the departure of bandmates and hair follicles, he retired to his home studio where he has composed music featured in T.V. shows and movies including “Gene Simmons Family Jewels,” and “White Air.” He has been lucky enough to have the recent double thrill of having his music featured on The Film Vault AND being promoted to Principal.