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Character actor Mark L. Taylor was a familiar presence in film and TV throughout the '90s, but his career began in the early '80s. Taylor appeared in numerous low-profile films and TV series before landing a recurring role as a young doctor on "House Calls," a medical series that revolved around the clandestine relationship between a surgeon and a hospital administrator. Taylor's biggest successes came in the late '80s and early '90s; he appeared as a flustered lab scientist in the sci-fi comedy "Innerspace," about a miniaturization experiment gone awry, and was cast as a doomed nature photographer in "Arachnophobia," a spider-horror film. After appearing in a small but memorable role as a fishing enthusiast in the teenage adventure/comedy "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids," Taylor landed the role of a harried hotel operator in the Pauly Shore comedy "Jury Duty." From 1995 to 1997, he starred in the television adaptation of "The Mask," later appearing as a shady doctor in the last season of the primetime soap opera "Melrose Place." He then portrayed a rival attorney on the David E. Kelly series "Boston Legal," and he wrote and directed the short film "Hooking Up." From 2007 to 2010, Taylor appeared as a...

Character actor Mark L. Taylor was a familiar presence in film and TV throughout the '90s, but his career began in the early '80s. Taylor appeared in numerous low-profile films and TV series before landing a recurring role as a young doctor on "House Calls," a medical series that revolved around the clandestine relationship between a surgeon and a hospital administrator. Taylor's biggest successes came in the late '80s and early '90s; he appeared as a flustered lab scientist in the sci-fi comedy "Innerspace," about a miniaturization experiment gone awry, and was cast as a doomed nature photographer in "Arachnophobia," a spider-horror film. After appearing in a small but memorable role as a fishing enthusiast in the teenage adventure/comedy "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids," Taylor landed the role of a harried hotel operator in the Pauly Shore comedy "Jury Duty." From 1995 to 1997, he starred in the television adaptation of "The Mask," later appearing as a shady doctor in the last season of the primetime soap opera "Melrose Place." He then portrayed a rival attorney on the David E. Kelly series "Boston Legal," and he wrote and directed the short film "Hooking Up." From 2007 to 2010, Taylor appeared as a forensic pathologist in the supernatural crime drama "Saving Grace," about a police detective who receives help and advice from an angel only she can see.

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2.
 Fangs (2002) Arthur Fuller
3.
 Our America (2002) Duane
4.
 Whitewash: The Clarence Brandley Story (2002) Ozell Brandley
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 Thin Blue Lie, The (2000) Young Black Man
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 Seventeen Again (2000) Young Gene
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 All Things Fare (1998)
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 ... First Do No Harm (1997) Spinal Tap Physician
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 Eight Days A Week (1996) Peter'S Father
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 Runaway Daughters (1994) Recruiting Officer
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