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Mark Pellegrino

Mark Pellegrino

Mark Pellegrino has brought his unique talent to an impressive number of film, television and stage works in his career. A partial list of films in which this gifted actor has appeared includes National Treasure; directed by Jon Turteltaub; Spartan, directed by David Mamet; Ronnie, directed by Chris Haifley; Between Us, directed by Chris Shelton; The Hunted, directed by William Friedkin;

Mullholland Drive, directed by David Lynch; Say it Isn't So, directed by James B. Rogers; Drowning Mona, directed by Nick Gomez; Certain Guys, directed by Stephen James; A Murder of Crows, directed by Rowdy Herrington; Clubland, directed by Mary Lambert; Movies Kill, directed by Tom Lazarus; The Big Lebowski, directed by Joel Coen; Crossroads of Destiny, directed' by Steve Kaman; Last Ride, directed by Michael Karbelnikoff; Bank Robber, directed by Nick Mead; Deadly Exposure, directed by Peter Foldy; Trouble Bound, directed by Jeffrey Reiner; Lethal Weapon 3, directed by Richard Donner; Blood and Concrete, directed by Jeffrey Reiner; Soul of the Avenger, directed by Steve Kaman and Little Surprises, directed by Jeff Goldblum, and nominated for an Academy Award as Best Live Action Short Film.

On the small screen, Pellegrino's television credits include NYPD 2069 (pilot); The Practice; Astronauts (pilot); Thieves; The Beast, directed by Mimi Leder; Family Law; Young Americans (pilot); Mulholland Drive, directed by David Lynch (pilot); NYPD Blue;. HBO's movie of the week The Cherokee Kid, directed by Paris Barclay; ER and Northern Exposure.

Pellegrino's theater credits include The Exonerated (Playhouse West, directed by Jeff Goldblum); 9-11 (Playhouse West, directed by Scott Caan); Minor Holiday (Playhouse West, directed by Scott Caan); Lou Gehrig Didn't Die of Cancer (Playhouse West); Of Mice and Men (Playhouse West); Italian-American Reconciliation (Playhouse West); Lonestar (Playhouse West); Winter into Spring (Playhouse West); Medal of Honor Rag (PNN Productions); and Welcome Home Soldier (Playhouse West).

During his time at Playhouse West, Pellegrino trained in the Meisner Method with Bob Camegie. Additionally, he has worked with the Notre Dame Workshop and Bob Hoover.

In his free time, Mark Pellegrino actively participates in a variety of sports, including martial arts, kickboxing, professional Thai boxing, Judo, Karate and Ju-Jitsu.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.

Mark Pellegrino Facts

OccupationActor
BirthdayApril 9, 1965 (52)
SignAries
BirthplaceLos Angeles, California, USA

Selected Filmography

Not available.