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Rendall, Mark 1988-

Rendall, Mark 1988-


Born October 21, 1988, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; son of Henry and Cathy Rendall; brother of David Rendall (an actor). Avocational Interests: Photography, billiards, playing guitar, and singing.


Manager—Benderspink, 110 South Fairfax Ave., Suite 350, Los Angeles, CA 90036.



Awards, Honors:

Gemini Award nomination, best performance in a children's or youth program or series, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 2002, for Tales from a Neverending Story; Young Artist Award nomination, best performance in a feature film—leading young actor, 2003, for Touching Wild Horses; ACTRA Toronto Award nomination, outstanding performance—male, Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television, and Radio Artists, 2004, for The Interrogation of Michael Crowe.


Film Appearances:

Daniel Harris, The Impossible Elephant (also known as The Incredible Elephant), Echo Bridge Home Entertainment, 2001.

Mark Benton, Touching Wild Horses (also known as Les chevaux de la tourmente), First Look International, 2002.

Joe, Blizzard, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment, 2003.

Oliver Cauffield, A Different Loyalty, Lionsgate, 2004.

Taylor Brandon Burns, Childstar, Hart Sharp Video, 2004.

Chris, Life After (short), 2004.

Arthur Timothy Read, Arthur's Halloween, 2004.

Len, Len and Hugo (short), 2006.

Kip Crombwell, Charlie Bartlett, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 2007 Berbek, Silk (also known as Seta and Soie), Picturehouse, 2007.

Jake Oleson, 30 Days of Nights, Sony, 2007.

Television Appearances; Series:

Bastian Balthazar Bux, Tales from the Neverending Story, Hallmark Channel, 2001.

Voice of Arthur Timothy Read, Arthur (animated), PBS, 2002-2006.

Voice of Furdy Factual, The Berenstein Bears (animated), PBS, 2003.

Voice of Noodle, The Save-Ums! (animated), 2003.

Russell, King, 2003.

Mick Sloane, ReGenesis, TMN, 2004-2005.

Henry "Hawk" Webber, Revelations, NBC, 2005.

Voice of Joe, Time Warp Trio (animated), NBC, 2005-2006.

Voice of Jester, Jane and the Dragon, YTV, 2006.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Ian Carlyle, The Scream Team, The Disney Channel, 2002.

Michael Crowe, The Interrogation of Michael Crowe (also known as L'interrogatoire de Michael Crowe and Un coupable a tout prix), Court TV, 2002.

Pearson, Mrs. Ashboro's Cat (also known as Le chat fantome and Ghost Cat), Animal Planet, 2003.

Travis Morrow, Open House, CBS, 2003.

Joe Soschack at age eleven, The Winning Season, TNT, 2004.

Simon Jackson, Spirit Bear: The Simon Jackson Story, CTV, 2005.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Lucas Smith, "Father Knows Death," The War Next Door, USA Network, 2000.

Lucas Smith, "Death Dish," The War Next Door, USA Network, 2000.

Brandon Williams, "Dead on Arrival," Screech Owls, YTV, 2001.

Gilbert Millerson, "Things to Do at Horace Hyde When You're Dead," The Zack Files, ITV and Fox Family, 2002.

"Class Cow/Pull My Ponytail," Wayside, Nickelodeon, 2007.

Also appeared as voice, "Slo Mo Mo/Joe ‘n’ Fro," Wayside, Nickelodeon.

Major Tours:

Spider and understudy Oliver, Oliver, c. 1998.

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