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Mark R. Turner was born on December 17, 1956 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. He is a producer and writer, known for Wise Guys? (2012), Corpse de Ballet (2014) and Cincinnati: Just Around the Corner (2003). See full bio »

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Wise Guys?
Wise Guys? Producer
(2013)
Corpse de Ballet
Corpse de Ballet Producer
(2014)
Evil Ambitions
Evil Ambitions Producer
(1996)

Filmography

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 2014 Corpse de Ballet (Short) (producer) (completed)
 2013 Wise Guys? (TV Series) (producer - 4 episodes)
- Get Cool, Boy (2013) ... (producer)
- Take the Cannoli (2013) ... (producer)
- Say Hello to My Little Friend (2013) ... (producer)
 2012 Behind the Scenes: The Making of Wise Guys? (Video short) (producer)
 2010 4192: The Crowning of the Hit King (Documentary) (producer)
 2006 The Greater Good (producer)
 2004 Dead Horse (producer)
 2003 Cincinnati: Just Around the Corner (Documentary short) (producer)
 2001 April's Fool (producer)
 1996 Evil Ambitions (associate producer)
Show Show Writer (5 credits)
Show Show Director (4 credits)
Show Show Actor (3 credits)
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On the Board of Directors for the American Screenwriter's Association.

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