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Henry Mark

 

Henry Mark

 

Actor
Based in Seattle, WA


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25-60
5'11"
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2nd Tenor

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January 15
Seattle, WA
Brown
Indiana Jones
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
Brothers and Sisters
Heroes

Ian McKellan
Sean Connery
Ryan Reynolds
Michelle Pfeiffer
Bebo Norman
Lifehouse
Avalon
Banana Split
Administrative Assistant
Event Planner

OTHER SPECIAL SKILLS:
Songwriting


Artist's Bio

Henry got bit by the acting bug in a high school drama class and has emerged as a stage actor who enjoys zany, off-beat or quirky roles. While attending Azusa Pacific University, he portrayed the Crocodile and a pirate in J.M. Barrie's Peter and Wendy and did some ensemble work in The Elephant Man. He made his local debut with the sketch comedy group, OPM, participating in several shows as an actor and writer. He portrayed Hiroshi in Gold Watch and the lovable Suk-Suk in the staged reading of Welcome to the Wongs, both at NWAAT. His weightiest role to date was the psychologist Dr. Yo in Passion, performed at Lakewood Playhouse. Henry has also appeared on stage in the Mae West Fest, Winterfest, and Seattle Fringe Festival. He also enjoys doing children's theatre, appearing as the villainous Toymaster in Variety Plus' Pinocchio and as Third Brother in ReAct's storytelling presentation of The Seven Chinese Brothers. Henry completed his first film project in August 2007, playing a warm-hearted by slightly manic alien pharmacist named Canada in Project London, bu Spiral Productions. Thoroughly enjoying the experience, he aspires to do more film work. When he has the time and motivation, Henry is working on completing his first musical based on the Book of Ruth.

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Henry Mark


ReAct Stagework

Acting Credits
The Seven Chinese
 Brothers
(Staged Story Reading, 1st Run) - 3rd Brother
King Ubu (Play Reading) - Bougrelas/Rensky/Ensemble


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