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Mark Urman


Mark Urman is known for his work on Monster's Ball (2001), Murderball (2005) and Big Night (1996). See full bio »

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Known For

Monster's Ball
Monster's Ball Producer
(2001)
Murderball
Murderball Producer
(2005)
Big Night
Big Night Miscellaneous Crew
(1996)
Death and the Maiden
Death and the Maiden Miscellaneous Crew
(1994)

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 2003 The Event (creative consultant)
 1999/I Just the Ticket (unit publicist)
 1998 It All Came True (public relations: Dennis Davidson Associates)
 1998 Safe Men (publicist)
 1997 Affliction (public relations: Dennis Davidson Associates)
 1996 Box of Moon Light (unit publicist)
 1996 Mother Night (publicist)
 1996 Big Night (unit publicist: Dennis Davidson Associates)
 1995 Across the Sea of Time (publicist)
 1995 Killer: A Journal of Murder (publicist)
 1995 Cafe Society (publicist - uncredited)
 1995 Blue in the Face (unit publicist)
 1994 Death and the Maiden (public relations: USA)
 1993 Six Degrees of Separation (unit publicist)
 1992 My New Gun (unit publicist)
 1992 Light Sleeper (publicity: Dennis Davidson Associates)
 1990 Tales from the Darkside: The Movie (unit publicist)
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