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Boone, Mark, Jr. 1955- (Mark Boone)

Boone, Mark, Jr. 1955- (Mark Boone)


Born March 17, 1955, in Cincinnati, OH.


Agent—Michael Greenwald, Don Buchwald and Associates, 6500 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 2200, Los Angeles, CA 90048.


Actor, producer, director, and writer.

Awards, Honors:

Jury Award, best supporting actor in a feature film, Dahlonega International Film Festival, 2003, for Greasewood Flat.


Film Appearances:

Porn customer and business manager, Variety, 1983.

The Way It Is (also known as Euridice on the Avenues and The Way It Is or Eurydice in the Avenues), Spring, 1984.

Variety, Horizon Films, 1985.

Himself, Film House Fever, 1986.

George, Landlord Blues, 1987.

Hank, "Life Lessons," New York Stories, Buena Vista, 1989.

Policeman, Cookie, Warner Bros., 1989.

Willie, Last Exit to Brooklyn (also known as Letzte Ausfahrt Brooklyn), Cinecom Pictures, 1989.

Mitch, Slaves of New York, Columbia/TriStar, 1989.

Weed, Prisoners of Inertia, 1989.

Shockley, Die Hard 2 (also known as Die Hard 2: Die Harder), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990.

Policeman, In the Spirit, Academy Entertainment, 1990.

Herman, Force of Circumstance, Up Front Films, 1990.

Cable man, Delirious, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1991.

Bus driver, Of Mice and Men, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1992.

Pete, What Happened to Pete, 1992.

Tom, The Paint Job (also known as Painted Heart), Astra Cinema, 1992.

Afraid miner, Geronimo: An American Legend, Columbia, 1993.

Taxi driver, The Beatnicks, 1993.

Scars, The Quick and the Dead, TriStar, 1995.

Tattoo, Last of the Dogmen, Savoy Pictures, 1995.

Greasy F.B.I. man, Se7en, New Line Cinema, 1995.

Mike, Trees Lounge, Orion Classics, 1996.

Poly, Rosewood, Warner Bros., 1997.

Shady private investigator, The Game, Panorama Entertainment, 1997.

Angry man, Cold around the Heart, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1997.

Ed, Hack, 1997.

Catlin, Vampires (also known as John Carpenter's "Vampires " and Vampire$), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1998.

(Uncredited) New York guy, Armageddon, Buena Vista, 1998.

Third cop, I Woke Up Early the Day I Died (also known as Ed Wood's "I Woke Up Early the Day I Died" and I Awoke Early the Day I Died), Cinequanon Pictures International, 1998.

Bruce, The Treat, 1998.

Pawn shop owner, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, Columbia, 1998.

Private Peale, The Thin Red Line (also known as La mince ligne rouge), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998.

Bob, October 22, 1998.

Dalbert Elkins, The General's Daughter (also known as Wehrlos—Die tochter des generals), Paramount, 1999.

Vic, Buddy Boy, Fine Line, 1999.

Smut, 1999.

Piece, Spanish Judges (also known as Ruthless Behaviour), 1999.

Harley Henson, The Wetonkawa Flash, Indican Pictures, 1999.

Bill, Everything Put Together, Vitagraph Films, 2000.

Burt, Memento, Newmarket Capital Group, 2000.

Max, The Gold Cup, 2000.

Nick Beat, The Beat Nicks, 2000.

Leo, Ordinary Madness, 2001.

Eric Hawthorne, Proximity, 2001.

Mr. Walters, Long Time No See (short film), Resonance Creative, 2002.

Cameron LaFoya, The Real Deal, Dream Rock/Media Cooperation One/Moonstone Entertainment, 2002.

Fred, Greasewood Flat, Archer Productions, 2003.

Detective Whitworth, 2 Fast 2 Furious, Universal, 2003.

Wild Turkey (short film), Age/Becker Films, 2003.

Hank, Beautiful (short film), Independent, 2003.

Leipzig, Shade, Dimension Films, 2004.

Sheriff Wallace, Full Clip, Lions Gate Films, 2004.

Clench, Sawtooth, Tribal Alliance Productions, 2004.

Jake Cantrell, The Grey, Dax Productions, 2004.

Ralph, Jam (short film), Jam Productions, 2004.

Joseph, Dead Birds, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2004.

Wexler Reed, Venice Underground, Venice Underground, 2005.

The driver, The Nickel Children, Pretty Dangerous Films/Silver Spoon Productions, 2005.

Flass, Batman Begins (also released as Batman Begins: The IMAX Experience), Warner Bros., 2005.

Evil, Lonesome Jim, IFC Films, 2006.

Jonas Dodd, The Legend of Lucy Keyes, Legend Films International, 2006.

(As Mark Boone) Bearded man, Unknown, IFC First Take/Weinstein Company, 2006.

Jake Tarlow, One Night with You, 2006, KHP Releasing, 2008.

Jonathan Jensen, California Indian, Against the Wind Productions, 2007.

Beau Brower, 30 Days of Night, Sony Pictures Releasing, 2007.

Mike, Wristcutters: A Love Story (also known as Pizzeria Kamikaze), Autonomous Films, 2007.

Bugsby, Vice, Romar Entertainment, 2008.

Jacques Bruno, Frozen River, Frozen River Pictures, 2008.

Film Work:

Director, Deadrockstar, Brink Films/Mosaic Films, 2002.

Executive producer, Spun, Newmarket Films, 2003.

Producer, The Grey, Dax Productions, 2004.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Leonard, Fever, 1991.

Sturges, The Sketch Artist, 1992.

Quarantine guard, Daybreak (also known as Bloodstream), 1993.

Pool supply man, Hugo Pool (also known as Pool Girl), 1997.

Stykes, Montana (also known as Nothing Personal), 1998.

Jake Neil, ATF, ABC, 1999.

Paul Adams, Animal Factory, 2000.

Joseph, Frankenfish, Sci-Fi Channel, 2004.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Hall, "Silent Fury," The Equalizer, CBS, 1989.

General manager, "Everybody's Favorite Bagman," Law & Order, NBC, 1990.

Biker, "Rebel without a Clue—September 1, 1958," Quantum Leap, 1990.

Barney Meacham, "Sparta Gold," In the Heat of the Night, 1991.

OTB patron, "The Subway," Seinfeld, NBC, 1992.

Ed, "The Gift," Bakersfield, P.D., 1993.

Homeless man, "The Baptism," Curb Your Enthusiasm, HBO, 2001.

Alvin, "Ingram, TX," Carnivale, HBO, 2005.

Alvin, "Old Cherry Blossom Road," Carnivale, HBO, 2005.

Appeared as Sam Garmo in an episode of The Marshal.

Television Appearances; Other:

Bob, Borders, 1989.

Carl, Hoggs' Heaven (special), Showtime, 1994.

Redneck, Naomi & Wynonna: Love Can Build a Bridge (miniseries; also known as Love Can Build a Bridge), 1995.



Showboat & Boonie, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2005.

Making "Dead Birds," Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2005.

Voice of Detective Flass, Batman Begins (video game), Electronic Arts, 2005.

Journey into the Unknown, IFC Films/Weinstein Company, 2007.



What Happened to Pete, 1992.

The Grey, Dax Productions, 2004.

Also songwriter, "Run the Red Light Baby," Trees Lounge, Orion Classics, 1996.

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