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Mark Rhodes is a creative consultant to the entertainment industry. For 25 years he was a senior show writer, director and producer at Walt Disney Imagineering. Today, he continues to work on projects for Disney, as well as, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and similar theme park venues around the world. During his time with Imagineering, Mark was involved in the creation of shows and attractions for every Disney theme park from Splash Mountain in Florida and Tokyo; to Pirates of the Caribbean and Space Mountain in Disneyland Paris; to Roger Rabbit's CarToon Spin in Mickey's Toontown at Disneyland; to Star Tours and the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Show at Disney's Hollywood Studios. In 2002, he started his own creative consulting business, Rhodes to Imagination, Inc., and has contributed his writing skills to projects ranging from "The Wizarding World of Harry Potter" and "Transformers: The Ride - 3D," at Universal Studios; to live theatrical entertainments for the Disney Cruise Lines and Epcot's "The Sum of All Thrills" at the Walt Disney World Resort; to the National Flight Academy's attraction "Ambition," at the National Navy Museum in Pensacola, Florida. Mark also did concept work and scripts for the 2002 Olympics for Kodak, as well as, for Superbowl XL for the city of Detroit. Prior to joining Imagineering, Mark wrote two best-selling novels, and today is the writer, director, producer and co-creator of the popular Disney DVD series, "Imagineering the Magic!" about the creation of the Disneyland and Magic Kingdom Theme Parks. Mark has also served as a Creative Vice President of the Show & Game Studio for TEQGames, and was the creative director and primary investigator for F.I.R.E., the Research and Entertainment division at Full Sail University; during the time he worked as an advisor for the school's film, game and creative writing programs.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Mark Rhodes

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