Tough city cop, shady businessman, or small time crook…these are some of the roles that come naturally to Mark. His most recent roles have been in off Broadway plays like Sam Shepard’s True West where he played “slippery” Hollywood agent Saul and Curse of The Starving Class where real estate attorney Taylor who is hell bent on pulling the wool over the head of a dysfunctional family. David Mamet is another playwright whose work seems ideal for Mark’s persona. Blake from Glengarry Glen Ross and Teach from American Buffalo are two roles that Mark recently performed in.

Mark understands that an actor “always prepares’ and never stops learning. He learned his craft at the Michael Chekhov Theater Company, The New York Conservatory For Dramatic Arts, and various workshops in NYC. Thoroughly exploring the Meisner Technique and working on voice, movement, psychological gestures, and imagination formed the basis of his rock solid foundation.

Mark’s love for TV and film is what really sparks his desire. Mark pushed the envelope when he recently played a pedophile who tries to adjust to life and people after being incarcerated. His favorite role was that of a street thug named Frank in Writers Block. This role involved lots of action and ultimately ends with a fight scene on the streets of NYC. He was recently in a pilot from Sunshine Film Productions in which he plays an undercover cop in City Life.

Mark loves sports and enjoys activities like weight lifting, swimming, hiking, fishing, golf, and tennis. He also enjoys sports cars, traveling, playing guitar, and cooking Italian. Mark is available for TV, Film, commercial projects, and theatre work