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Mark L. Taylor is a Actor and Director American born on 25 october 1950 at Houston (USA)

Mark L. Taylor

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Nationality USA
Birth 25 october 1950 (73 years) at Houston (USA)

Mark Lewis Taylor (born October 25, 1950) is an American actor.


Taylor has appeared in various shows such as Seinfeld, Beverly Hills, 90210, House Calls (in which he played the hated hospital administrator, Conrad Peckler) Melrose Place, Chicago Hope, Ally McBeal and Boston Legal.

He has also voiced various projects such as TaleSpin, Darkwing Duck, Batman, The Mask and W.I.T.C.H..

Taylor played Jimmy Olsen in the 1988 animated incarnation of Superman.

He has appeared in the Disney Channel Original Movies Eddie's Million Dollar Cook-Off, High School Musical 2, and The Other Me. He also directed the Disney Channel Original Movie Den Brother.

Usually with

Lucas Grabeel
Lucas Grabeel
(2 films)
Joe Dante
Joe Dante
(2 films)
Kenny Ortega
Kenny Ortega
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Mark L. Taylor (32 films)

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The Real Son
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Lucas Grabeel, Mark L. Taylor
Roles Mr. Deansman
Rating79% 3.975443.975443.975443.975443.97544
High School Musical 2, 1h44
Directed by Kenny Ortega
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Musical, Romance
Themes Films about education, Films about music and musicians, Musical films, Téléfilm musical, Children's films
Actors Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Lucas Grabeel, Corbin Bleu, Olesya Rulin
Roles Thomas Fulton
Rating52% 2.6337952.6337952.6337952.6337952.633795
The school year ends with everyone at East High School looking forward to summer vacation ("What Time Is It"). Troy Bolton is still dating Gabriella Montez, who decides to stay in Albuquerque with her mother. Troy eventually decides to look for a summer job to gain money for college.
Eddie's Million Dollar Cook Off, 1h25
Directed by Paul Hoen
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Themes Sports films, Baseball films, Children's films
Actors Mark L. Taylor, Taylor Ball, Nancy Lenehan, Rose McIver, Orlando Brown, Reiley McClendon
Roles Hank Ogden
Rating59% 2.999262.999262.999262.999262.99926
Eddie Ogden is a 14-year-old at Cedar Valley High School, playing baseball for the Groundhogs, coached by his father. His father wants Eddie to win a scholarship for his baseball skills. Eddie likes baseball, but in his spare time, he watches The Food Network (specifically Bobby Flay). Eddie enjoys cooking for him and his friends.
The Other Me, 1h24
Directed by Manny Coto
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Fantasy
Themes Children's films
Actors Andrew Lawrence, Mark L. Taylor, Lori Hallier, Alison Pill, Brenden Jefferson, Joe Grifasi
Roles Dad
Rating58% 2.946482.946482.946482.946482.94648
Will Browning is a seventh grade student who does not perform well in school. His father says that if Will does not improve soon, he will be spending the summer at Camp Spartacus, a boot camp for boys which will help him learn responsibility and discipline. To make up for the grades, Will orders a science project from an organization, "Ocean Pups."
Eight Days a Week, 1h32
Directed by Michael Davis
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Comedy, Romantic comedy, Animation, Romance
Actors Keri Russell, Catherine Hicks, Mark L. Taylor, R. D. Robb, Darlene Carr, Biff Maynard
Roles Peter's Father
Rating59% 2.997692.997692.997692.997692.99769
Peter (Joshua Schaefer) is infatuated with his childhood friend and next-door neighbor Erica (Keri Russell). Based on advice from his grandfather, Peter decides to camp on Erica's lawn until she realizes that she loves him. During his summer-long wait, he frequently comments on their neighborhood.
Meet Wally Sparks, 1h45
Directed by Peter Baldwin
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Actors Rodney Dangerfield, Debi Mazar, Michael Weatherly, Cindy Williams, Alan Rachins, Burt Reynolds
Roles Harvey Bishop
Rating51% 2.599672.599672.599672.599672.59967
Wally Sparks (Rodney Dangerfield) is the host of a sleazy tabloid-style TV talk show who makes Jerry Springer seem gentle by comparison. His show has become so foul that he's alienated his not-especially-discriminating viewers, and his ratings are taking a nosedive.
Jury Duty
Jury Duty (1995)
, 1h24
Directed by John Fortenberry
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Comedy, Action
Actors Pauly Shore, Tia Carrere, Stanley Tucci, Brian Doyle-Murray, Shelley Winters, Charles Napier
Roles Russell Cadbury
Rating43% 2.152482.152482.152482.152482.15248
Tommy Collins (Pauly Shore) is an unemployed erotic dancer living at his mother's (Shelley Winters) home in a trailer park while he looks for a decent job. He finds out that she and her boyfriend Jed (Charles Napier), a polystyrene collector, are going to Las Vegas to be married and taking the mobile home with them. Although his mother had arranged for Tommy to stay with the Woodalls, he considers them awful people and decides to look for other living arrangements for him and his chihuahua Peanut (who loves the game show Jeopardy!).
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, 1h32
Genres Drama, Comedy
Themes Children's films
Actors Lauren Bacall, Jesse Lee Soffer, Miriam Flynn, Mark L. Taylor, Ian Abercrombie, M. Emmet Walsh
Roles Ralph Kincaid
Rating58% 2.90572.90572.90572.90572.9057
Claudia is the middle child of a busy family. She is smart and responsible, often required to help her mother around the house. However, weary of the life in suburban Connecticut, she decides to find something grander. Her younger brother Jamie, along with his extensive savings from playing cards, is enlisted as her partner in crime. They run away from home to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
Runaway Daughters, 1h23
Directed by Joe Dante
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Themes Transport films, Road movies
Actors Julie Bowen, Jenny Lewis, Paul Rudd, Chris Young, Dick Miller, Wendy Schaal
Roles Recruiting Officer
Rating54% 2.7305052.7305052.7305052.7305052.730505
The title characters are Angie Gordon (Julie Bowen), Mary Nicholson (Holly Fields), and Laura Cahn (Jenny Lewis). Their picaresque adventure begins in 1956 when Mary has a pregnancy scare after letting Bob Randolph (Chris Young) go too far with her. Mr. Russoff (Fabian), named for Lou Rusoff who wrote the screenplay of the original version, is a widower from the wrong side of the tracks, and Bob seeks to cover his tracks by enlisting in the United States Navy. Angie and Laura accompany Mary in a flight from the suburbs as she decides what to do about her pregnancy. Along the way, they meet bully cops, one played by Courtney Gains from Dante's The 'Burbs, and redneck survivalists with rifles. Two of the latter are played by Dante stalwarts John Astin and Rance Howard.
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey, 1h24
Directed by Duwayne Dunham
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Fantasy, Action, Adventure
Themes Films about animals, Films about cats, Films about dogs, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Don Ameche, Sally Field, Michael J. Fox, Ted D'Arms, Robert Hays, Kim Greist
Roles Officer Kirkwood
Rating69% 3.4503253.4503253.4503253.4503253.450325
Chance, a disobedient American Bulldog (voiced by Michael J. Fox) and narrator of the film, opens by explaining that he is the pet of Jamie Burnford (Kevin Chevalia), but expresses no interest in his owner or being part of a family. He shares his home with Shadow, an older and wiser Golden Retriever (voiced by Don Ameche) owned by Peter Burnford (Benj Thall), and Sassy, a smart-mouthed Himalayan cat (voiced by Sally Field), owned by their sister, Hope (Veronica Lauren). That morning, Bob Seaver (Robert Hays) marries Laura Burnford (Kim Greist), and Chance manages to cause chaos by digging into the wedding cake in front of all the guests.
The Halloween Tree, 1h9
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Adventure, Horror, Animation
Themes Ghost films
Actors Leonard Nimoy, Ray Bradbury, Alex Greenwald, Edan Gross, Andrew Keegan, Darlene Carr
Roles Additional Voices
Rating76% 3.8376853.8376853.8376853.8376853.837685
The film opens to the voice of a narrator (Ray Bradbury) describing one small town's preparations for Halloween night. Four friends are shown at their respective homes donning costumes excitedly: Jenny as a witch, Ralph as a mummy; Wally as a monster; and finally Tom Skelton as a skeleton. They all hurry so as not be late meeting up with each other and the infamous Pip (described as their communal best friend and as a truly amazing person and friend which the narrator asserts by saying, "Some say that on the day he was born, all the soda pop bottles in the world fizzled over. Pipken, who could yell louder, sing better, and eat more popcorn. Pip, the greatest boy who ever lived"). Jenny, Wally, Ralph and Tom meet up, but Pip is absent. Believing it a trick, as Pip would never miss his favorite holiday, the four head to Pip's home on the edge of town.
Arachnophobia, 1h43
Directed by Frank Marshall
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Thriller, Comedy, Horror comedy, Action, Adventure, Horror
Themes Films about animals, Natural horror films, Films about spiders, Comedy horror films
Actors Jeff Daniels, Julian Sands, Harley Jane Kozak, John Goodman, Brian McNamara, Mark L. Taylor
Roles Jerry Manley
Rating64% 3.248943.248943.248943.248943.24894
Entomologist Dr. James Atherton (Julian Sands) searches the Amazon rainforest with the hope of discovering new species of insects and arachnids. Descending into an enormous sinkhole, his team sets up collectors on the ground below a large tree, then blow smoke up into the canopy of the tree. A large number of bugs fall into the collector, including a very aggressive new species of spider. The spider is captured and chloroformed for research; and is later revealed to be lacking sex organs, thus making it a drone, or soldier, highly unusual in an arachnid species. A nature photographer, Jerry Manley (Mark L. Taylor), who has been suffering a fever while traveling with the team, unknowingly has a fertile (non-drone) male spider of the same species jump into his backpack, that night sneaking into his sleeping bag and biting him. Manley has a massive seizure from the venom and dies. The remainder of the scientists takes his body back to the United States, blaming Manley's death on the preexisting fever. The spider crawls into the box and is sealed in with the corpse.
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, 1h33
Directed by Joe Johnston
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Fantasy, Adventure, Comic science fiction
Themes Films about animals, Comedy science fiction films, Films about insects, Children's films
Actors Rick Moranis, Matt Frewer, Marcia Strassman, Kristine Sutherland, Thomas Wilson Brown, Amy O'Neill
Roles Don Forrester
Rating63% 3.199073.199073.199073.199073.19907
Eccentric scientist and inventor Wayne Szalinski lives in his suburban home attempting to perfect a ray gun capable of shrinking objects, but the apples he uses as test objects instead blow up. After an argument between Wayne and his wife Diane, she spent the night with her mother and is currently at work, worrying her teenaged daughter Amy, and their son Nick, who has inherited his father's inventive ingenuity and intelligence. Next door neighbors; the Thompsons, are getting ready for a fishing trip, but Russ' oldest son Little Russ is less than enthusiastic, as he and his father's interests often clash, resulting in his feeling belittled, and he is more interested in meeting Amy than spending the weekend camping. Younger son Ron, however, is enthusiastic, though his relationship with Russ Sr. is strained when he inadvertently sets off a booby trap in the yard.