|Also Known As:
Mark Christopher Bauer
|Born: || October 28, 1966
||Cause of Death: ||
|| Los Angeles, California, USA
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Moved to Chicago and began working with the prestigious Steppenwolf Theatre Company
Performed with the Atlantic Theater Company in New York
Gained notice for his performance in Steppenwolf¿s production of the disturbing "Clockwork Orange"
Appeared in first feature, "Snow White" opposite Sigourney Weaver
Played a school teacher being tried for child molestation in "The Devil's Advocate"
Appeared as the masked character `Machine¿ in the film, "8mm"
Played a trouble-prone blue-collar worker and husband of Officer Faith Yokas on the NBC series, "Third Watch"
Appeared in the Steve Buscemi directed prison drama, "Animal Factory"
Cast in Billy Crystal's directorial debut, "61*" for HBO
Joined the second season of HBO's original series, "The Wire" as Frank Sobotka
Portrayed Irving Klaw in the biographical film, "The Notorious Bettie Page"
Made Broadway debut as Harold `Mitch¿ Mitchell in the revival of Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire"
Appeared in the original Sci-fi channel miniseries, "The Lost Room"
Played lead FBI Agent Dodd on the short-lived CBS series, "Smith"
Portrayed famous author Ken Kesey in the biopic, "Neal Cassady"
Cast on HBO¿s vampire series, "True Blood" as Andy Bellefleur
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University of San Diego:
San Diego , California
Yale School of Drama:
New Haven , Connecticut
Miramonte High School:
Orinda , California