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Liz Marks (I) (1952–2008)

Liz Marks was born in 1952 in Richmond, Virginia, USA. She is known for her work on The Contender (2000), Iron Jawed Angels (2004) and Major Payne (1995). She died on July 6, 2008 in Richmond. See full bio »

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(age 56) in Richmond, Virginia, USA

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Known For

The Contender
The Contender Casting Department
(2000)
Iron Jawed Angels
Iron Jawed Angels Casting Department
(2004)
Major Payne
Major Payne Casting Department
(1995)
Asunder
Asunder Casting Director
(1999)

Filmography

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 2006 Swedish Auto (local casting)
 2004 Independent Lens (TV Series documentary) (casting - 1 episode)
- Nat Turner: A Troublesome Property (2004) ... (casting)
 2004 Iron Jawed Angels (TV Movie) (location casting)
 2003 Line of Fire (TV Series) (casting: Virginia)
 2000 The Contender (casting: East Coast)
 2000 Sally Hemings: An American Scandal (TV Movie) (casting: Virginia)
 1999 NetForce (TV Movie) (casting: Virginia)
 1998 Legacy (TV Series) (casting: Virginia)
 1998 Linc's (TV Series) (casting: Virginia)
 1996 Christmas Every Day (TV Movie) (casting: Virginia)
 1995 Major Payne (local casting associate)
 1994 Trading Mom (extras casting: Uptown Talent Inc.)
 1994 Foreign Student (location casting)
 1994 The Vernon Johns Story (TV Movie) (location casting)
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 2004 Mickey
 1999 Asunder
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 2000 The Contender
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