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Born in St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Birth NameMark Robert Bowden

Mini Bio (1)

Mark Bowden was born on July 17, 1951 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA as Mark Robert Bowden. He is a writer and producer, known for Black Hawk Down (2001), Money for Nothing (1993) and Guests of the Ayatollah (2006). He is married to Gail Louise McLaughlin. They have five children.

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Gail Louise McLaughlin (24 July 19?? - present) (5 children)

Trivia (6)

Son of Richard H. and Rita Lois (Keane) Bowden
Graduate of Loyola College of Maryland with B.A., 1973.
Five children: Aaron Bowden, Anya Bowden, William Bowden, Daniel Bowden, Benjamin Bowden.
Staff writer, Phila. Inquirer, 1979; previously staff reporter at Baltimore News-American, 1973-1979.
Winner of numerous awards, including Finalist, best newspaper writing, American Society Newspaper Editors, 1979, for "Life in the Projects"; also, science writing award from American Assn for Advancement of Science, 1980; and feature writing award from Sunday Magazine Editors Assn, 1987, for "Finder's Keeper's", later adapted into the film, Money for Nothing (1993).
His book, "Bringing the Heat: A Pro Football Team's Quest for Glory, Fame, Immortality, and a Bigger Piece of the Action" named one of best sports books of 1994 by New York Times.

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