Mark started out in the entertainment industry in the mid-80's with a brief stint as a radio Disc Jockey in San Diego, CA. From the mid-80's to the mid-90's Mark was a musician and songwriter as well as a successful independent music producer/publisher (BMI). In 2014, after a career in the corporate world, Mark decided to return to his roots and pursue his passion as an actor and voice artist. Since then, Mark has had numerous acting roles, including as a series regular on the Showtime Networks show "Roadies", feature films "Daydream Hotel", "Inspired to Kill", "The Potential for Beauty" and as FDR in the newly released docudrama "The Remarkable Life of John Weld". Mark has also appeared on various television shows such as "Criminal Minds", "The Ranch" and "Unusual Suspects" and as a cast member in the new Netflix show "I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson". His versatility can be seen in his character work both theatrically and commercially as well as his voice work in Internet-based new media and various audio book narrations. In 2017 and 2019, Mark was the recipient of San Diego Film Week's "A-List Actor" award. Mark has also won two Best Actor awards (2017 Oniros Film Awards and 2018 Prison City Film Festival) for his lead role in the film "Disconnect". Mark also hosts a recurring podcast called "A Couple of Regular Guys". He resides in his home town of Encinitas, CA with his wife, youngest son and two English bulldogs.
6' 2" tall, 192-195 lbs
Black w/grey hair, hazel eyes
Wears contacts or glasses
Stella Adler scene study - Carey Scott
On-camera Episodic/Film & Commercial Audition Classes - D. Candis Paule, CSA
On-camera Film / TV / Commercials Class - Tom Logan, DGA
Voice coach - Beverly Bremers
Travel, cooking, playing music (Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, Drums)
and various sports.