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Mark Linn-Baker

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Born: June 17, 1954 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: St Louis, Missouri, USA Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

How Do You Know (2010)
In this love triangle comedy, a white collar executive and professional baseball player are each vying for the affections of the same woman.
Adam (2009)
Romance can be risky, perplexing and filled with the perils of miscommunication and that's if you aren't Adam for whom life itself is this way. Adam, a handsome but intriguing young man who has all his life led a sheltered existence - until he meets his new neighbor, Beth, a beautiful, cosmopolitan
12 and Holding (2005)
In the suburbs, three close knit 12-year-olds--introverted Jacob, precocious Malee, and vulnerable Leonard--start down the path of self-discovery and begin to distinguish their own voices from those of their parents. Sparked by the tragic death of Jacob's twin brother, the trio band together as they
Laughter on the 23rd Floor (2001) as Val
Memoir of Neil Simon's formative years in New York as a television comedy writer. Recreating the golden age of television when comedy was king and Simon was a writer of "Your Show of Shows" starring Sid Caesar, the telefilm takes viewers into the eclectic, volatile writers' den and into the life of
Noises Off (1992) as Tim Allgood
British farce about the disintegration of a third-rate theater company on a tour of the provinces.
Bare Essentials (1991) as Gordon Perry
A couple is shipwrecked on a desert island in the South Pacific which is inhabited by an American castaway and his island girlfriend. A romantic quadrangle develops that forces all involved to re-examine the choices they have made in their lives.
Wedding Day Blues (1988) as Norman Brinkman
A television movie in which everyone except the bridegrooom and the best man seems determined to ruin a young couple's dream wedding.
My Favorite Year (1982) as Benjy Stone
A flamboyant star throws a TV comedy show into chaos.
End of August, The (1981) as Victor Lebrun
In New Orleans, in the summer of 1900, Edna Pontellier begins to feel unfulfilled by her marriage, motherhood, and her comfortable life. Her longings lead her into an affair with a younger man named Robert. And when Robert leaves, Edna moves out of the home where she lives with her husband to a cott
Manhattan (1979) as Shakespearean Actor
A TV comedy writer falls for his best friend''''s girl.

Producer (feature film)

Silent Alarm, The (1993) as Executive Producer
The story of a little boy's first steps towards realizing that life is more complex than he thought.
Me & Veronica (1992) as Producer
Story about two working-class sisters who grew up along the Jersey Shore. After five years of estrangement, the older sibling--en route to Riker's Island Prison for welfare fraud--shows up on her younger sister's doorstep, leading to a resumption of their relationship.

Cast (special)

Broadway 98: Launching the Tony Awards (1998)
A look back at the highlights of the 1997-98 season, with scenes from Broadway productions and interviews with the actors and artists who create theatre. Also includes coverage of celebrities arriving at Radio City Music Hall and live coverage of the first hour of the ceremony, including the present
52nd Annual Tony Awards, The (1998) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 52nd annual Tony Awards honoring excellence in the Broadway theater. Awards include Best Play, Musical, Leading Actor (Play, Musical), Leading Actress (Play, Musical), Featured Actor (Play, Musical), Featured Actress (Play, Musical), and Revival.
Whole Shebang, The (1993)
A telecast of a play about a special student who goes before a board of his Dean and professors to discuss the success of his unusual thesis project: the creation of the heavens and earth. The student arranges for two typical specimens of human life to be in attendance and answer questions about th
Why Bother Voting? (1992)
Aimed at young people, this special uses humor, celebrity cameos, archival footage, graphics and music to explain the mechanics of voting and the importance of the political decision-making process.
Night of 100 Stars III (1990)
A celebrity benefit for The Actors' Fund of America, featuring music, songs, dance and comedy. Features nearly 175 stars of stage, screen, sports, and fashion.
ABC's Comedy Sneak Peek (1989)
Preview of ABC's new comedy series for the 1989-90 season, hosted by Bob Uecker.
ABC Perfectly Strange Saturday Morning Preview, The (1989) as Host
Advance preview of ABC'S 1989-90 season lineup of Saturday morning children's programming, hosted by Bronson Pinchot and Mark Linn-Baker.
Moscow Circus (1988) as Host
A variety special which presents the internationally acclaimed Moscow Circus in performance and back stage. The program was taped in Worcester, Massachusetts, and marked the Soviet troupe's first visit to the United States in 10 years.
Here's to You, Mickey Mouse (1988) as Host
A documentary reviewing the history of Mickey Mouse, including his creation, his cartoons and films, and his continuing popularity after six decades in show business.
39th Annual Emmy Awards, The (1987)
A live telecast from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in California, of the Primetime Emmy Awards, honoring achievment in television. For the first time in Emmy history, the telecast does not air on one of the three major networks and this is the first of three consecutive annual telecast of the Emmy A
1st Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1987)
The first live broadcast of this new awards show dedicated to comedy in all its forms. Besides the 14 category awards, Norman Lear is the recipient of the first annual American Comedy Award for a lifetime creative contribution to the field of comedy, and three Lifetime Achievement Awards to perform
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve '87 (1986) as Co-Host
A live countdown to the new year with host Dick Clark in Times Square and co-hosts Tracy Scoggins and Mark Linn-Baker at Hollywood's Club Vertigo.
Recovery Room, The (1985) as Steve Griffin
Hoping to escape the pressures of the medical profession, Kaye Brenner, an operating room nurse, and Steve Griffin, a first year medical student, pool their resources and buy a restaurant-bar, which they name Kaye and Steve's Recovery Room, that caters to the doctors and nurses of the nearby Knicker
Ghost Writer, The (1984) as Nathan Zuckerman
An "American Playhouse" presentation, adapted from a novel by Philip Roth, telling of the experience of Nathan Zuckerman, a 45-year-old writer who, as a young man, visits an older, world famous author, Manny Lonoff, whom he discovers living in seclusion with two women -- his frustrated wife, and a y
O'Malley (1983) as Public Defender (Guest)
The story of Mike O'Malley, a 1940s-style private detective working in a 1980s New York City. In the pilot episode, O'Malley defends an indigent man caught redhanded with counterfeit Kruggerands.

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