WILLIAM MARK MCCULLOUGH
Mark has brought his brand of intense, violent and unpredictable characters to numerous films and TV shows. He will appear in a supporting role opposite Tom Cruise in the upcoming drug smuggling thriller, Mena. Mark just wrapped a supporting lead role opposite Nicolas Cage, John Cusack and Adrian Grenier in the crime thriller, Southern Fury.
He appears opposite Nate Parker in The Birth Of A Nation, which won top honors at the
2016 Sundance Film Festival. Mark can be seen in the Matthew McConaughey Civil War epic, Free State Of Jones. He acts opposite John Schneider and Joe Anderson in My Father Die, which premiered at the 2016 South By Southwest Film Festival. Mark stars opposite Michael Ironside in the horror film, Patient Seven coming to theaters in late 2016. Mark had a recurring role on the WGN America series Underground and will be recurring on the second season of PBS's Mercy Street.
In addition to acting, Mark is also a filmmaker. He has written, directed and produced several projects through his production company, Fort Argyle Films.
Mark holds a bachelors degree in political theory and theatre from Mercer University as well as a law degree from American University in Washington, DC.
Prior to his career in entertainment, Mark had worked in politics and law on Capitol Hill. A serious car accident while on a trip to Nicaragua prompted him to change his career path.
Mark is a passionate world traveler, having backpacked through 17 countries including Russia, Turkey, Serbia, Cuba and Nicaragua.
He has also traveled extensively throughout the U.S., exploring the back roads of over 30 states on his motorcycle.