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About Mark Stolzenberg

Mark Stolzenberg, actor, writer, producer, director
Mark Stolzenberg starred in the feature film comedy, Luggage of the Gods, which was directed by David Kendall, producer and writer for ABC/s hit Growing Pains.. He was a principal in Tom Selleck's film, Her Alibi, was a regular character on the Robert Klein Television Show, and was one of the lead roles in the feature film Breakfast in Bed, which appeared on HBO, SHOWTIME and CINEMAX.

Mr. Stolzenberg has made several appearances on the David Letterman Show. and on ABC's All My Children. Most recently he played a leading role in the feature film The Dry Season and a principal role on CBS's series, Dellaventura. In addition, Mr. Stolzenberg has appeared as a principal character in over twenty-five national television commercials.

Circus Performer, Mime and Comic Actor
Mr. Stolzenberg has toured as a clown with the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus and placed fifth in the world in the First International Street Performer Festival which took place in Shizuoka, Japan. Mark was the Artistic Director of New York's Northwind Circus and, as a clown, he has opened for Henny Youngman and Phyllis Diller. He makes regular appearances in Atlantic City and was recently invited to give stage performances in Beijing, China. He has also performed as a mime and comic actor with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.

Writer, Producer and Director
Mr. Stolzenberg has produced many Off Off Broadway plays, including Silent Fantasies at the Theater of the Open Eye, Strange Encounters at the Theater Studio Inc, and Toccata at the Bond Street Theater.

Mr. Stolzenberg co-wrote and stars in the stage show, Pierrot & Pirouette, which he co-produced Off Broadway at the Ballroom Theater in New York City and most recently in Lincoln Center. He has also performed his one-man show, The Seven Husbands of Harriet Goldberg, at the Palace Theater at Times Square.

He has written the feature length screenplay, A Clown in New York, which was a finalist with the Sundance Institute Screenwriter's Lab. In addition, he has written three theater books which have commanded international distribution.

His most recent production is the short film, My Father the Clown. Watch for the feature film, Maximum Fun, currently in development.

Mr. Stolzenberg teaches Acting for Film and Television at the New School for Social Research in New York City, and at his own Acting Class for Film and Television. He was a graduate fellow at New York University, where he created a program called Learning to Read Through Mime, culminating in a production at the Guggenheim Museum.

Mr. Stolzenberg has received grants from New York City's Department of Cultural Affairs and New Jersey's Festival of Music to produce and perform theater programs in schools.