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Mark McEwen

Mark McEwen was born on September 16, 1954 in San Antonio, Texas, USA. He is a writer and actor, known for Live by Request: K.D. Lang (2000), Bee Gees: This Is Where You Come In (2001) and CBS and VH1 Grammy Countdown (2002). See full bio »

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Known For

CBS and VH1 Grammy Countdown
CBS This Morning
CBS This Morning Himself - Host


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 2002 Live by Request: Santana (TV Special)
 2002 Live by Request: Chicago (TV Special)
 2001 Live by Request: Elton John (TV Special)
 2001 Live by Request: Neil Diamond (TV Movie)
 2000 Live by Request: K.D. Lang (TV Movie) (written by)
 2000 Live by Request: Willie Nelson (TV Special)
 2000 Live by Request: Eurythmics (TV Special)
 1999 Live by Request: Reba McEntire (TV Movie)
 1999 Live by Request: Kenny Rogers (TV Movie)
 1999 Live by Request: Vince Gill (TV Special)
 1998 Live by Request: Phil Collins (TV Movie)
 1998 Live by Request: Johnny Mathis (TV Special documentary)
 1998 Live by Request: Michael Bolton (TV Special)
 1997 Live by Request: Kenny Loggins (TV Movie)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Release of his autobiography, "Change in the Weather: Life After Stroke", by Mark with Daniel Paisiner. Foreword by Bill Cosby.

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Former weatherman on The Morning Program (1987). See more »

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