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Mark Davis (VII)

Mark Davis was born Mark Sticklin in Centralia, Washington. He earned a BFA at Cornish Institute (Seattle) alongside Brendan Fraser and Jane Adams. His stage career includes the Chicago 1988 revival of The Rocky Horror Show. His stand up credits are extensive and include co-headlining with Margaret Cho in San Francisco in 1992-1995. He moved to LA... See full bio »
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 2005 Jarhead
Dettman's Neighbor
 1999 Sunset Beach (TV Series)
Russ Meeks
- Episode #1.515 (1999) ... Russ Meeks (uncredited)
- Episode #1.514 (1999) ... Russ Meeks (uncredited)
- Episode #1.513 (1999) ... Russ Meeks (uncredited)
 1997-1998 Fired Up (TV Series)
Ashley Mann / Ashley
- The Pajama Game (1998) ... Ashley Mann
- Honey, I Shrunk the Turkey (1997) ... Ashley Mann
- In Your Dreams (1997) ... Ashley
- Beat the Clock (1997) ... Ashley Mann
- Truth and Consequences (1997) ... Ashley Mann
 1997 Wings (TV Series)
Bella DeBall
- Escape from New York (1997) ... Bella DeBall
 1985 Bombs Away
Basic Trainee (as Mark Sticklin)
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 1997 Fired Up (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- In Your Dreams (1997) ... (performer: "It's Like an Asteroid", " (Love Is Like A) Heat Wave")
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 2006 Outlaugh!
Himself - Stand-Up Comic
 1994 Out There 2 (TV Movie)
 1993 Out There (TV Movie)

Personal Details

Other Works:

As lounge singer persona "Richard Cheese," the album "Lounge Against the Machine" See more »

Alternate Names:

Mark Sticklin


5' 11" (1.8 m)

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Relocating to NYC to pursue theater and maintaining busy stand-up schedule See more »

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