|Born||in Irving, Texas, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
He is a six-time Emmy Award-winning composer and conductor whose diverse career spans four hundred television episodes, feature films, DVDs and video games. He has served several terms as Music Governor on the Television Academy's Board of Governors, and is in his third year as Co-Chair of the Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards Committee. Mark holds the distinction of serving as music director for two Olympics: the 1996 Centennial Games in Atlanta, Georgia and the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah. His numerous appearances as guest conductor have included those with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, the London Symphony, the Detroit Symphony and numerous others. He was asked by John Williams to co-conduct the Academy Awards in 2002. He marked his debut with Disney's Pixar Animation Studios in 2012 with his original score for "Time Travel Mater" and serving as principle arranger for "Pixar In Concert" which has enjoyed numerous performances around the world. Most recently, he scored the 2013 Oscar-nominated short, "Get A Horse," which appeared in theaters with the blockbuster, Frozen (2013).
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