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Also Known As: Died:
Born: June 8, 1971 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: actor

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Stuck with the reputation of being "sitcom Kryptonite" due to the failure of several series in which he had starred, Mark Feuerstein persevered through a diverse career on stage and in television and feature films to achieve true success before the age of 40. Making his Broadway debut in 1997, the boyish Feuerstein brought his estimable comic abilities to guest parts in such well-regarded TV series as "Caroline in the City" (CBS, 1995-99) and "Sex and the City" (HBO, 1998-2004) while making an impression in the feature films "Practical Magic" (1998), "The Muse" (1999) and "What Women Want" (2000). Although his star vehicle "Good Morning, Miami" (NBC, 2002-04) was axed in its second year, Feuerstein rebounded with a recurring role on "The West Wing" (1999-2006) and high profile supporting parts in the films "In Her Shoes" (2005) and "Defiance" (2008). Despite the cancellation of his medical series "3 lbs." (CBS, 2006) after only six episodes, it was another hospital drama that finally allowed Feuerstein to hit primetime pay dirt. Debuting in 2009, "Royal Pains" (USA Network) cast the actor as Hank Lawson, a Robin Hood with a stethoscope aiding Long Island's needy at the expense of its neurotic elite....

Stuck with the reputation of being "sitcom Kryptonite" due to the failure of several series in which he had starred, Mark Feuerstein persevered through a diverse career on stage and in television and feature films to achieve true success before the age of 40. Making his Broadway debut in 1997, the boyish Feuerstein brought his estimable comic abilities to guest parts in such well-regarded TV series as "Caroline in the City" (CBS, 1995-99) and "Sex and the City" (HBO, 1998-2004) while making an impression in the feature films "Practical Magic" (1998), "The Muse" (1999) and "What Women Want" (2000). Although his star vehicle "Good Morning, Miami" (NBC, 2002-04) was axed in its second year, Feuerstein rebounded with a recurring role on "The West Wing" (1999-2006) and high profile supporting parts in the films "In Her Shoes" (2005) and "Defiance" (2008). Despite the cancellation of his medical series "3 lbs." (CBS, 2006) after only six episodes, it was another hospital drama that finally allowed Feuerstein to hit primetime pay dirt. Debuting in 2009, "Royal Pains" (USA Network) cast the actor as Hank Lawson, a Robin Hood with a stethoscope aiding Long Island's needy at the expense of its neurotic elite. A hit with critics and viewers alike, "Royal Pains" allowed the maturing Feuerstein a respite from the life of a journeyman actor and provided him with the perfect showcase for his hard-earned, time-tested talents.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Meadowland (2015)
2.
 In Your Eyes (2014)
4.
 Love Shack (2010)
5.
 Knucklehead (2010)
6.
 Defiance (2008)
7.
8.
 In Her Shoes (2005) Cast
9.
 Abandon (2002) Robert Hanson
10.
 Two Weeks Notice (2002) Rich Beck
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Appeared in regional theater productions and in NYC at Naked Angels and Classic Stage Company
1995:
Played small role on the ABC soap opera "Loving"
1996:
Had recurring role on the NBC sitcom "Caroline in the City" as Caroline's veterinarian boyfriend Joe
1997:
Co-starred as aspiring writer and bartender Danny Reynolds in the NBC sitcom "Fired Up"
1997:
Succeeded Paul Rudd in the Tony-winning play "The Last Night of Ballyhoo"; Broadway acting debut
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Feature acting debut in the independent romantic comedy "Casanova Falling"; starred opposite Amy Hart Redford as an advertising executive
1998:
Played title role in the NBC sitcom "Conrad Bloom", about an advertising executive
1998:
Had featured role in "Practical Magic"
1999:
Acted in ALbert Brooks' screen comedy "The Muse"
2000:
Played recurring role on the ABC drama "Once and Again"
2000:
Had supporting role as a lawyer in "Rules of Engagement"
2000:
Starred opposite Penelope Cruz in "Woman on Top"
2000:
Played Mel Gibson's buddy in the comedy "What Women Want"; nominated at the Blockbuster Entertainment Awards for Favorite Supporting Actor - Comedy/Romance
2002:
Cast as TV producer, Jake Silver in the NBC comedy "Good Morning, Miami"
2005:
Starred opposite Cameron Diaz and Toni Collette in Curtis Hanson's "In Her Shoes" adapted from Jennifer Weiner's best-selling novel
2008:
Appeared in Edward Zwick's historical drama "Defiance"
2009:
Starred in the USA Network comedy series "Royal Pains" as a young E.R. doctor who moves to the Hamptons after being wrongly blamed for a patient's death
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Education

London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art: -
Princeton University: Princeton , New Jersey - 1993

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