Mark first gained recognition as a writer with his play ROEBLING: The Story of the Brooklyn Bridge. ROEBLING played to sold-out crowds making its premiere at Actors’ NET of Bucks County (PA) kicking off their 2009-10 season. It has since been performed in the town of Roebling, NJ and at the New Jersey State Museum.
Mark has also penned the gripping World War II stage drama RIDING THE COMET which had its premiere in September 2011, also at The NET. RIDING THE COMET was named a TOP FIVE production of 2011 by the Princeton Packet.
Also an accomplished screenwriter, Mark has written six feature screenplays having optioned three feature film scripts for production.
Mark is also an active stage and on-screen actor having appeared in commercials, TV and film. Among his dozens of stage roles include playing Lt. Daniel Kaffee in A FEW GOOD MEN for which he earned a Kelsey Theater Award for 2011 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play. His on-screen credits include commercials for the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia 76’ers as well as both independent and major feature films.
Mark frequently speaks and instructs on the subjects of acting, writing and marketing. He is a member of SAG/AFTRA and The Dramatists Guild of America.
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Awards & Recognitions
Kelsey Theater Award-
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play
for playing Lt. Dan Kaffee in A Few Good Men, Maurer Productions OnStage
International Modeling & Talent Association Competition-Los Angeles
Actor of the Year–3rd Runner Up
Sit Com Scene–2nd Runner Up
TV Commercial–Hon. Mention