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Mark Summers (VII)


Mark Summers began his career life as an actor, training at the world famous Barbara Speake Stage School, before moving into casting for Adverts, Music Videos, Film and world tours in both Britain and America. He knows everyone - from David LaChappelle to Madonna He is undoubtedly one of, if not the, best in the business, having won the British ... See full bio »
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Known For

Walking on Sunshine
Walking on Sunshine Casting Department
(2014)
Neverlake
Neverlake Casting Director
(2013)
The Fields
The Fields Casting Director
(2014)
Jusqu'à toi
Jusqu'à toi Casting Director
(2009)

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 2015 The Shaman (Short)
 2014 The Fields (Short)
 2013 Neverlake
 2011/III The Gate (Short)
 2010/I Fired
 2009 The Hydra Executives (TV Series) (2009)
 2009 This Is It (Documentary)
 2009 Madonna: Celebration - The Video Collection (Video) (video "Hung Up"/"Sorry"/"Jump")
 2009 Jusqu'à toi
 2009 Pirate Radio (dance casting director - uncredited)
 2006 Madonna: Jump (Video short)
 2006 Madonna: Sorry (Video short)
 2005 Madonna: Hung Up (Video short)
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In 2010, Mark was honored by Sir Paul McCartney at the world-famous Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts (LIPA) and made a 'Friend of LIPA', one of the highest honors ever bestowed by the University. See more »

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