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Mark Feuerstein



A comic actor who enjoyed his greatest success in television, Mark Feuerstein also made his mark on the legitimate stage. Born June 8, 1971, and raised in New York City, his father was a lawyer and his mother a school teacher. As a teenager, Feuerstein was a gifted wrestler and won a state championship title. After graduating from high school, he enrolled in Princeton, intending to study International Relations. But after being cast in a student drama, Feuerstein decided that acting was his true ambition, changed his emphasis to Theater Arts, and later received a Fulbright scholarship to study his craft at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. Upon returning to New York, he worked extensively in off-Broadway theater and appeared in a handful of television commercials before landing a recurring role on the daytime drama Loving. In 1996, Feuerstein was cast in an eight-episode run of the situation comedy Caroline in the City as a veterinarian who was dating cartoonist Caroline (Lea Thompson). NBC, encouraged by the enthusiastic response to Feuerstein's performance on the show, cast him as a philosophical bartender on a new sitcom called Fired Up; the show, however, was not well received, and lasted less than half a season. The network gave Feuerstein a third shot at sitcom stardom by giving him the title role on the show Conrad Bloom; but it proved to be an especially high-profile failure, and Feuerstein began to focus his attention elsewhere. He appeared on Broadway in Alfred Uhry's The Last Nights Of Ballyhoo, and made his feature-film debut with a small role in Practical Magic in 1998. Feuerstein balanced film work with recurring roles on Once and Again and The West Wing for several years until he finally struck small-screen gold with his fourth sitcom, Good Morning, Miami, in which he was cast as a television producer brought in to save a hapless morning news show. Feurstein appeared in largely unremarkable television and film roles throughout in the mid-2000s (with the exception of a small part in the war drama Defiance (2008), but he is better known for his role on The USA Network's Royal Pains.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
100% Meadowland
  • Rob
2015
No Score Yet Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant
  • Larry Gaye
  • Producer
2015
63% Life Partners
  • Casey
2014
61% In Your Eyes
  • Phillip Porter
2014
10% Knucklehead
  • Eddie Sullivan
2010
No Score Yet Love Shack
  • Marty Sphincter
2010
57% Defiance
  • Isaac Malbin
2009
No Score Yet The Wedding Weekend
  • Greg
2008
20% Sing Now or Forever Hold Your Peace
  • Greg
2006
No Score Yet Masters of Horror
  • Alex O'Shea
2006
75% In Her Shoes
  • Simon Stein
2005
42% Two Weeks Notice
  • Rick Beck
2002
16% Abandon
  • Robert Hanson
2002
54% What Women Want
  • Morgan
2001
34% Woman on Top
  • Cliff
2000
No Score Yet 30 Days
  • Actor
2000
No Score Yet An American Daughter
  • Morrow McCarthy
2000
36% Rules of Engagement
  • Tom Chandler
2000
52% The Muse
  • Josh Martin
1999
No Score Yet Giving It Up
  • Ralph
1999
20% Practical Magic
  • Michael
1998

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT
No Score Yet Royal Pains
2009
  • Hank Lawson
No Score Yet Ally McBeal
1997-2002
  • Judge Hammond Dearing
No Score Yet Prison Break
2005-2009
  • Scott Ness
No Score Yet Law & Order
1990-2010
  • Eric Speicher
10% Friends With Better Lives
2014
  • Simon
No Score Yet Hollywood Game Night
2013
  • Appearing
No Score Yet The Talk
2010
  • Guest
84% Nurse Jackie
2009-2015
  • Actor
No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
2003
  • Guest
No Score Yet The Chew
2011
  • Guest
91% The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
2015
  • Guest
No Score Yet The West Wing
1999-2006
  • Cliff Cliff Calley

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