Biography

MARK ROBERT GORDON is a critically-acclaimed actor and director on Off-Broadway and regional stages. As a model, MRG's image has appeared in numerous national and local ads. MRG has, since the 1994-95 theater season, served as the Founding Artistic/Executive Director of Do Gooder Productions, a not-for-profit Off-Broadway theater company that produces in partnership with designated charities. His production company The Camelback Kid produces films and Broadway and Off-Broadway shows. MRG is the President of S-2-S, a new independent film production company that produces screen adaptations of stage plays. MRG's upcoming one-man play in which he portrays United States Founding Father Alexander Hamilton will mark his return to the NY stage for the first time since a 1998 car-pedestrian accident permanently injured three of his limbs and his spine.

MRG's law practice specializations are in Entertainment Law, Political Consultation, and Not-For-Profits, and he has served as corporate counsel to several production companies.

A published scientist, MRG discovered the desert creosotebush's potential curative effects on e.coli and several forms of athlete's foot. His research and writings on public policy matters have been entered into the public record as testimony before federal and state agencies. A published poet, MRG is also the author of the stage plays "H": Hamilton or Honour, My Soul is Mine: A Runaway's Story (Off-Broadway 1995), Did You Evuh?, Nevuh!, and R'fua. He wrote the screenplay 21/2 Jews and is co-creator of the upcoming TV sitcom "Next Case!".

Born in Arizona and a product of Phoenix's inner-city public schools, MRG holds degrees from Princeton University, Columbia Law School, and Harvard University's JFK School of Government).[more...]