Actor, Director, Writer, Mark Webber does it all. He is a born artist, with a natural talent for storytelling. Raised in the slums of North Philadelphia, Mark grew up homeless, exposed to the natural elements and harsh realities of the world. These humble beginnings groomed Mark creatively. He began his acting career in 1998 and was immediately noticed for his roles in Drive Me Crazy and Snow Day.
His career extended off screen to theatre when he appeared opposite William H. Macy and Philip Baker Hall in David Mamet’s American Buffalo for the Atlantic Theatre Company.
In 2008, he made his writing and directorial debut with Explicit Ills starring Paul Dano, Rosario Dawson and Naomie Harris. Explicit Ills won the Audience Award for Narrative Feature at SXSW that very year.
His second feature, The End of Love, starring Mark and his real life 2 year old son, was nominated for the 2012 Grand Jury Prize at Sundance.
Most recently, Mark had pivotal roles in both Green Room directed by Jeremy Saulnier and Antibirth opposite Natasha Lyonne and Chloe Sevigny which premiered at Sundance this year.
Mark just wrapped production on his fourth feature, Flesh and Blood; a project he wrote, directs, and stars in that is loosely a biopic and includes performances from his real life parents.
Mark has also had roles in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World as Stephen Stills and 13 Sins as Elliot Brindle.