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MARK BOONE JUNIOR (Beau Brower) cut his teeth as an actor, writer, and producer in the underground theater scene on New York City's Lower East Side in the 1980s. After working with Tom Wright and Rockets Red Glare, he then teamed up with Steve Buscemi. Together under the name Steve and Mark, they created many plays, cabaret, and had a band called The Pawns of Love. Boone also began his film career in New York during that time, but moved to Los Angeles in 1990. 

Boone is perhaps best known for his roles in two films by Christopher Nolan, Memento and Batman Begins, as well as his work in Buscemi's Trees Lounge, Lonesome Jim, and Animal Factory. He has had a prolific career, appearing in over 70 films, including David Fincher's Se7en and The Game, John Singleton's Rosewood and 2 Fast 2 Furious, Sam Raimi's The Quick and the Dead, Terrence Malick's The Thin Red Line, Get Carter, The General's Daughter, and Die Hard 2. His television credits include guest starring roles on "Carnivàle,” "Law and Order," "Seinfeld," and "Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

He wrote, produced and starred in The Grey about a day in the life of a cockfighter and his twelve-year-old son.

He also executive produced Spun (with Mickey Rourke and Jason Schwartzman).

Acting projects due for release include Vice with Michael Madsen and Darryl Hannah. He also plays the lead role in the feature film One Night with You by Joe D'Augustine, which is currently enjoying a crowd-pleasing run on the festival circuit and scheduled for release in early 2008.

Boone has written (with Hal Ross) and is set to direct Talking Story. Also in development are the television project "Shakespeare and Shark” and the feature film Visiting Wichita.


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