|Born:||June 15, 1950|
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Mark Arnott (born June 15, 1950; age 70) played Chuck during Season 3 of 24. Chuck was present at the University of Southern California and was heard asking President David Palmer a series of questions during a stage rehearsal in preparation for an upcoming debate.
Biography and career Edit
Mark Arnott was born in Chicago, Illinois to a copy editor and a psychologist. He has one brother, Michael. Arnott attended Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, graduating in 1975. In college, he won the Marcus Heiman Award, which allowed him to study acting with Stella Adler in New York.
Arnott began his acting career in 1979 when he appeared in the film Return of the Secaucus Seven. Other films in which he has appeared are Tex (with Željko Ivanek), Second Sight, Hot Shots! (with Ryan Cutrona), and Macon County Jail.
Aside of films, Arnott has also appeared in several TV shows. He is more known for his role of Mark in the sitcom Cheers, from 1987 to 1990. Other shows in which he has appeared are Joan of Arcadia (with Patrick Fabian and Becky Wahlstrom), NYPD Blue (with Andreas Katsulas and Esai Morales), The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and 21 Jump Street.
Arnott is also a skilled martial artist. He is the owner of Arnott Kenpo Karate in Pasadena, California.
24 credits Edit
Selected filmography Edit
- Real Hollywood Meeting (2007)
- A Tribute to Lon Chaney (2005)
- Live from Baghdad (2002)
- Seven Girlfriends (1999)
- Macon County Jail (1997)
- Joan of Arcadia (2004)
- NYPD Blue (2003)
- Philly (2002)
- The Pretender (1998)
- 413 Hope St. (1998)