Mark McKinnon
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DC
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PRESTIGE MANAGEMENT GROUP
Contact: Christopher D. Silveri
212.239.6785 (Office)
Christopher@prestigenyc.com
143 West 29th Street, Suite 1102
New York, NY 10001
212.239.6785
www.PrestigeNYC.com

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Physical Stats
Hair Color:
Eye Color:
Height:
Weight:
Facial Hair:
Shave facial hair?:
Yes
Grow facial hair?:
Yes
Grow your hair?:
Yes
Cut your hair?:
Yes
Physique:
Sizing Info
Suit/Jacket:
44R
Neck:
16R
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30
Waist:
36
Men's Shoe:
13
Classes/Training
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Howard University, B.F.A. Theatre Arts w/ concentration in Acting


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One on One NYC - Audition Techniques
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The Actor's Green Room - Film / TV Techniques
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Actors Connection NYC - On Camera Techniques
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David E. Talbert Actor Workshop, Philadelphia
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Kim Hardin Actor Workshop, New York
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Can you use a Teleprompter?:
Yes
Can you use an Ear-Prompter?:
Yes
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Celebrity Look-Alikes I Can Play:
Shemar Moore, Boris Kodjoe
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About Me:
Mark McKinnon is an American actor, acting coach, and motivational speaker. He is committed to making films, tv shows, and commercials a success; as well as helping people find their identity and purpose. He has been cast as a leading man in several films such as "Standing Strong" and "The High Ground". You may recognize him from his television appearances on "One Life to Live" and "Nightmare Nextdoor". He played opposite of the popular female sports commentator, Erin Andrews, in a national Degree Deodorant campaign. This campaign was featured in People Magazine, Time Magazine, and Rolling Stone Magazine. As a speaker, he was featured nationally on the Word Network.