Mark Norris PDF Print E-mail
Having seen The Goonies over 50 times by the tender age of 10, Mark Norris first began to realize his love for the arts. However, it wasn't until a chance meeting with Allen Gardner at a sneak preview of Mission Impossible that Mark would truly begin his pilgrimage towards success and the ultimate dream that would become Old School Pictures. Mark received his BA from the University of Memphis with a degree in Communications and Film/Video Production and graduated with a 3.6 GPA. His acting credits include a shallow youth in Joey Watson's directorial masterpiece Voices From The High School and Prince Alecti in the one act tragedy Death Comes To My Friends, which costarred Matt Weatherly as his personal butler/slave. Aside from his limited theater experience, Mark has appeared in numerous Old School films and is currently writing a dark short involving a granny, two youngsters, and an interesting plate of cookies.

Crew Positions: Producer, Writer, Actor, Assistant Director
Favorite Movies: 2001, Lost In Translation, Wonder Boys, Punch-Drunk Love, Blow, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Contact, Lord of the Rings
Favorite Actors: Matt Damon, Leonardo DiCaprio, Bill Murray, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jack Black, Terry O'Quinn
Favorite Actress: Natalie Portman
Favorite Directors: Stanley Kubrick, Tim Burton, Robert Zemeckis, Peter Jackson
Favorite Television Shows: LOST, Freaks & Geeks, Sopranos, Trailer Park Boys, Band of Brothers, 24, Degrassi, Entourage
Favorite Movie Quote: "Let's never come here again, because it'll never be this much fun."
Favorite Quote: "One day at a time, each day to perfection. Pain is temporary, film is forever." -Peter Jackson