Mark Bowden (II)


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Mark Bowden was born on July 17, 1951 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA as Mark Robert Bowden. He is a writer and producer, known for Black Hawk Down (2001), Luna Park and Money for Nothing (1993). He is married to Gail Louise McLaughlin. They have five children. See full bio »

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(2001)
Luna Park Writer
(1993)
Hue 1968 Writer

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  Luna Park (story) (announced)
  Hue 1968 (TV Mini Series) (book) (pre-production)
 2006 Guests of the Ayatollah (TV Special) (book)
 2001 Black Hawk Down (book)
 1993 Money for Nothing (article The Joey Coyle Story)
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Release of his book, "Our Finest Day: D-Day: June 6, 1944". See more »

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Gail Louise McLaughlin  (5 children)
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Winner of numerous awards, including Finalist, best newspaper writing, American Society Newspaper Editors, 1979, for "Life in the Projects"; also, science writing award from American Assn for Advancement of Science, 1980; and feature writing award from Sunday Magazine Editors Assn, 1987, for "Finder's Keeper's", later adapted into the film, Money for Nothing (1993). See more »

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