June 8, 1971 (50 years) |
New York City, New York, United States
|Years active||since 1995|
Feuerstein landed a television role as a recurring character on the soap opera Loving . When director Nancy Meyers was casting for What Women Want , her daughter recognized Feuerstein from Practical Magic (1998) and insisted that she cast him. He was dubbed a "Thousand Comedy Killer" and "Comic Kryptonite" due to his lack of success in Fired Up (1997), Conrad Bloom (1998), The Heart Department (2001), Good Morning, Miami (2002), and 3 Lbs. (2007). Feuerstein met as a love interest with Practical Magic with his partner Sandra Bullockin the movie Two Weeks Notice , but all of its scenes were removed.
He appeared as the host on June 14, 2010 on WWE Raw. [ 3 ]
Feuerstein was born in New York City to a Jewish family, [ 4 ] to a lawyer father and a teacher mother. He was a wrestler in high school and won the state championship. Feuerstein attended The Dalton School and graduated from Princenton University in 1993. [ 5 ] He won a Fulbright Scholarship [ 6 ] and studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art [ 7 ] and L'École Phillipe in France .
He and his wife, Dana (née Klein), have three children, Lila Jane, Frisco James, and Adelaide "Addie."
|1995–1996||Loving||Unknown Role||Unknown Episodes|
|1996–1997||Caroline in the City||Joe DeStefano||8 Episodes|
|1997–1998||Fired Up||Danny Reynolds||Main cast|
|1997||Guiding Light||Dr. Steven Levine||Unknown Episodes|
|1998||Practical Magic||Michael||Small Paper|
|1998||Conrad Bloom||Conrad Bloom||Main cast|
|1999||The Muse||Josh Martin|
|1999||Giving It Up||Ralph Gagante|
|1999||Sex and the City||Josh||They Shoot Single People, Don't They|
|2000||What Women Want||Morgan Farwell||Small Paper|
|2000–2001||Once and Again||Leo Fisher||5 Episodes|
|2000||Ally McBeal||Hammond Deering||Ep: Pursuit of Loneliness|
|2000||An American Daughter||Morrow McCarthy|
|2000||Woman on Top||Cliff Lloyd|
|2000||Rules of Engagement||Tom Chandler|
|2001||The Heart Department||William 'Bump' Daley|
|2001–2005||The West Wing||Clifford Calley|
|2002||Two Weeks Notice||Rich Beck||Scenes Deleted|
|2002–2004||Good Morning, Miami||Jake Silver|
|2003||Last Comic Standing||The same||Ep: Take That, Dave Mordal!|
|2002||3 Days of Rain||Recognized Role|
|2005||The Closer||Dr. Jerome||Ep: Flashpoint|
|2005||In Her Shoes||Simon Stein|
|2005||Law & Order||Eric Speicher||Ep: Bible Story|
|2006||3 lbs||Dr. Jonathan Seger||Main cast|
|2006||Masters of Horror||Alex O'Shea||Ep: Pro-Life|
|2006||Shut Up and Sing||Greg|
|2007||Shark||Mitchell Latimer||Ep: Porn Free|
|2007||Dance Man||Unknown Role|
|2007||On the Lot||Actor||2 Episodes|
|2009||The Hustler||The Hustler||Main cast|
|2009–2016||Royal Pains||Dr. Henry 'Hank' Lawson||Main cast|
|2010||WWE Raw||Himself||Guest star|
|2010||Knucklehead||Eddie Sullivan||Main cast|
|2017||Prison Break||Jacob Ness||Recurring Character (9 episodes)|
|2020||Baby Sitters Club||Watson Brewer||Recurring Character|
- http://www.usanetwork.com/series/royalpains/ Royal Pains Official Site
- "The Hustler" . New TeeVee Station. Archived from the original on February 26, 2009 . Retrieved February 24, 2009 .
- "Another RAW Guest Host Revealed" . USA Network. Archived from the original on May 23, 2010 . Retrieved February 24, 2009 .
- The envelope, please ... Mark Feuerstein '93
- 'Royal' role: Tiger of the Week: Mark Feuerstein ’93 Archivado el 20 de junio de 2011 en la Wayback Machine.
- «Archived copy» . Archived from the original on July 17, 2011 . Retrieved January 22, 2011 .