Clark Mathis

Clark Mathis

Highest Rated: 77% Rocky Balboa (2006)

Lowest Rated: 0% A Thousand Words (2012)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: USA

American cinematographer and director Clark Mathis has made a name for himself in Hollywood, photographing some of the most popular movies and television series of the last 20 years. Mathis made his entree into Hollywood in 1997, when he worked as the cinematographer for the raunchy 1997 comedy "Isle of Lesbos." Two years after, he directed an episode of the campy teen-drama "Popular." In 2000, he established himself further when he worked as the cinematographer on 14 episodes of the short-lived television series "The Fugitive," based on the film starring Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones, about an innocent man convicted of his wife's murder, and desperate to find her true killer. The show was a dark drama, and was a stark contrast to Mathis' next project as cinematographer, the 2002 dance-team comedy "Gotta Kick It Up." "Gotta Kick It Up" was a Disney channel original movie about a high school dance-team dropout who faces her past and begins to dance again . In 2004, Mathis made his debut as a director, with the heart-wrenching drama "Bereft /b, about a young woman in Vermont coping with the death of her husband. Following "Bereft," Mathis turned his directorial attentions to television, directing episodes of the Lisa Kudrow vehicle "Tho Comeback," the CW drama "One Tree Hill," and the scripted football comedy "Blue Mountain State."



0% 47% A Thousand Words Cinematographer $18.4M 2012
20% 35% Meet Dave Cinematographer $11.8M 2008
9% 53% Norbit Cinematographer $95.3M 2007
77% 76% Rocky Balboa Cinematographer $70.3M 2006
13% 50% In the Mix Cinematographer $10.2M 2005
55% 63% Happy Endings Cinematographer $1.3M 2005
No Score Yet 29% Bereft Director - 2004
23% 52% Ready to Rumble Cinematographer $12.4M 2000
No Score Yet No Score Yet Isle of Lesbos Cinematographer - 1997


No Score Yet 81% The Royals Director 2017-2018
41% 55% Angel From Hell Director 2016
No Score Yet 68% One Tree Hill Director 2008-2009


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