Jun. 8th, 1971
New York City, New York, USA
Mark Feuerstein's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2015 - Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant
2015 - Meadowland
2014 - Life Partners
2014 - In Your Eyes
2007 - Three Days of Rain
2006 - The Wedding Weekend
2005 - In Her Shoes
2002 - Two Weeks Notice
2002 - Abandon
2000 - Woman on Top
2000 - Rules of Engagement
2000 - What Women Want
1999 - The Muse
1998 - Practical Magic
Guest TV Roles
Himself - Guest
Mark Feuerstein got his break-through on television as a recurring character on the daytime soap opera "Loving" (1983). Most of the people in his family are lawyers. He was a high school state championship wrestler. He enjoys mountain-biking, wrestling, dancing (hip-hop to salsa) and jogging.
He got the nickname "Chaplin" on the set of Giving It Up (1999) because of his uncanny knack of physical comedy. He even had a physical slapstick back-and-forth with Mel Gibson (I) a year later on the set of What Women Want (2000).
- The underrated cult-hit _"Fired Up" (1997)_ (qv) was canceled after a little over a season and a half. The disappointing _"Conrad Bloom" (1998)_ (qv) lasted a little less than a whole season. _"Good Morning, Miami" (2002)_ (qv) marked his first successful TV lead.
- Was given the nickname of "Chaplin" on the set of _Giving It Up (1999)_ (qv) for his uncanny knack with physical slapstick by the writer/director 'Christopher Kublan' (qv).
- When director 'Nancy Meyers' (qv) was casting _What Women Want (2000)_ (qv) her daughter recognized Feuerstein from _Practical Magic (1998)_ (qv) and other endeavors. She insisted that her mother cast him.
- Was a wrestler in High School and won the State Championship.
- Won a full scholarship to the London School of Dramatic Arts and studied with the top clown teacher at Ecole Phillipe Gaulier in France.
- Father of Lila Jane and Frisco Jones.
- He has played executives in an advertising company dealing with women issues in _"Conrad Bloom" (1998)_ (qv), _Giving It Up (1999)_ (qv), and _What Women Want (2000)_ (qv).
- Wrote an 193-page school thesis: "Every Man is A King: An Actor's Journal."