Tony Mark (also known as Anthony Mark) is an American film producer, director and screenwriter who has produced films by filmmakers such as Kathryn Bigelow and Robert Rodriguez.
Tony Mark received an Emmy nomination for the HBO 2003 telefilm And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself which he shared with producers Larry Gelbart, Mark Gordon and a list of others. He won the 2004 Imagen Award for producing ("Best Movie for Television And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself") by the Imagen Foundation (established to encourage and recognize the positive portrayal of Latinos in media).
Tony Mark grew up in Manhattan, New York where he would find work as a vacuum cleaner salesman, taxi driver, and line cook before he found his true passion, filmmaking. When Tony Mark first saw François Truffaut's Day for Night it was a sealed deal. Mark attended prestigious Carnegie-Mellon University and spent years working in regional theatre as an actor and as a behind-the-scenes manager. The young thespian won the best actor award at the New England Theatre Festival for his performance in Girl on the Via Flaminia. Tony Mark was also the founder and served as artistic director for the Equity-LORT Valley Theatre