Marek was born in Norwich, moved to Wales, and grew up on the Isle of Wight. He is the middle of three brothers, the eldest Kieran Larwood, is an award winning children’s author. His Dad is an accountant and inventor, bringing to the world these essential items: pill cutters and hanging baskets.
In 2002, Marek started his comedy career by taking part in the Amused Moose Comedy Course, shortly after this he won the Laughing Horse New Act Competition and the Amused Moose New Act Competition. He specialises in winning competitions involving animals.
In 2003, he formed We Are Klang alongside Greg Davies and Steve Hall. They went on to be nominated for the Perrier Award for best show at the Edinburgh Festival in 2006, and the Barry Award for the best show at the Melbourne 2007 Comedy Festival.
In 2009, We Are Klang got their own series on BBC3.
In 2014 Impractical Jokers returned for another series on BBC3. He also filmed for the British version of US show Drunk Histories.
In 2015, Marek filmed a physical comedy pilot called Three Kinds of Stupid for Sky Arts. He also appeared as Boris Johnson in Murder in Successville, a Waiter in Man Down and twice on ITV Show Celebrity Squares. He made his theatre debut in The Crocodile at The Manchester International festival, and went on to play the lead in Olivier nominated show at the National Theatre – I Want My Hat Back.
In 2016, he filmed Drunk History and played Father Christmas in a dodgy West End play that no-one came to. He also made loads of short films on his youtube channel.
In 2017 he played various parts in BBC3 show Big Field, and has had a role in a Romesh Ranganathan pilot for Sky. He continues to make weird videos on his youtube channel.
He is a big fan of American Football and supports the Detroit Lions. He also supports Norwich City, Philadelphia 76ers and the Los Angeles Dodgers. Marek has invented his own sport Volfsball which he hopes will make him millions, and also fulfil his dream of becoming a world champion at something before he reaches 40.
His dream is to live in the country and not have to speak to anyone.
Marek also co-hosts a film podcast Film Fandango.