Edit
Mark S. Allen Poster

Biography

Jump to: Mini Bio (1) | Spouse (1) | Trivia (8)

Mini Bio (1)

Mark is the producer/host of Mark@TheMovies a two time Emmy Award-winning movie show on Reelz Channel. He was a producer/host of a segment called "Dateless and Desperate" on an Emmy award winning nationally syndicated teen show called "Scratch" with Lisa Ling(now airs on WAM, a teen channel operated by Stars/Encore). He hosted "Short Attention Span Theater" '92-94 on Comedy Central (following John Stewart, and before Mark Marin, and continues to be an Anchor/Reporter for Good Day Sacramento, a CBS owned broadcast in California.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Spouse (1)

Janette (? - present) (3 children)

Trivia (8)

Is the entertainment anchor for "Good Day Sacramento" - a local morning show in Sacramento, California.
Was a disc-jockey at KSFM 102.5 in Sacramento in the late 80s.
Graduated from high school in Odessa, Texas during the setting for "Friday Night Lights"
Mark started his career in radio, and set the barometer for wild, ridiculous stunts. He once lived in a 4x4 crate under 18 tons of sand for 18 days, he also lived and broadcast from a deserted island for a month, and once lived on a highway billboard for 30 days, (and would have stayed longer - if not for falling and breaking both legs.)
Was on Comedy Central 93-94 as host of SAST.
Entertainment reporter at a telivision morning show in Sacramento, California. [June 2001]
Is on ABC10 #Morning Blend, the station where he started his TV career with Lisa Ling, and Jonathan Karsh, VP of Lionsgate Pictures.
Pitched an idea about filming a movie at "The Preston School Of Industry," to producer Howard Burd (Mother's Day, Criminal Activities) and is now producing (and co-wrote with Burd) "APParition," based on real events at the castle that once housed the school. The movie went into production 2017 starring Mena Suvari (American Beauty) and is set for an early 2018 release.

See also

Other Works | Publicity Listings | Official Sites | Contact Info

Contribute to This Page