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Mark Redfield is an American actor and filmmaker. Redfield's feature film credits include: Come Hell or High Water (Justin Gatewood), Larry Blamire's Dark and Stormy Night (Farper Twyly), The Death of Poe (Edgar Allan Poe), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Jekyll/Hyde), and Cold Harbor (Roger). Television credits include: Armed Robbery Orgasm (as Ron–Channel Four, London), and In the Grip of Evil (as Father Hughes–Discovery Channel) among many others. His is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA. During his career he has acted in, or directed and produced over seventy plays professionally, from original works to American and European classics. Redfield has founded two successful theater companies; Industrial Strength Theater and New Century Theater, respectively, and has toured internationally. He received training in theater and film from Towson University, UNESCO’s Theatre Of Nation’s University, and The Actor’s Conservatory. Passionate about E. A…

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  • Born on January 1
  • Joined August 13, 2009

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Redfield works in all mediums, but is currently concentrating mostly with acrylics

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Mark Redfield is an American actor and filmmaker. Redfield's feature film credits include: Come Hell or High Water (Justin Gatewood), Larry Blamire's Dark and Stormy Night (Farper Twyly), The Death of Poe (Edgar Allan Poe), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Jekyll/Hyde), and Cold Harbor (Roger). Television credits include: Armed Robbery Orgasm (as Ron–Channel Four, London), and In the Grip of Evil (as Father Hughes–Discovery Channel) among many others. His is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA. During his career he has acted in, or directed and produced over seventy plays professionally, from original works to American and European classics. Redfield has founded two successful theater companies; Industrial Strength Theater and New Century Theater, respectively, and has toured internationally. He received training in theater and film from Towson University, UNESCO’s Theatre Of Nation’s University, and The Actor’s Conservatory. Passionate about E. A. Poe, he has worked since 2008 with The Poe House and Museum in Baltimore, co-writing and directing the 2009 Poe Bicentennial Funeral, which garnered world-wide media attention. Since then, in an effort to keep the Poe House open to the public, he has produced numerous events, including the East Coast premieres of Jeffrey Combs' one-man show about Poe, Nevermore, directed by Stuart Gordon. His work as a set designer and art director has covered film, television, theater and museum exhibits. Redfield has been a life-long painter and cartoonist. His writing has taken the form of comic strips, screenplays, magazine articles, and the infrequent yard sale signs. Redfield published his first novel CULT OF THE NOSFERATU in 2015. He is the publisher and editor of POE FOREVERMORE magazine and Audio Plays. Damfino Media was created to publish Poe Forevermore, other periodicals, and audio books. He owns the production company Redfield Arts and makes his home on sets all over the world, but collects his mail in Los Angeles and Baltimore.

Redfield has been drawing, painting and sculpting his entire life, but has only recently begun showing his work publicly, in 2009. Prior to that, most of his art and design work has been applied to theater, film and museum design exhibits.

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