WRITER. PRODUCER. ACTOR. VOICE ACTOR. SINGER. SONGWRITER
(Mark has extensive experience in all areas!)
(Mark has extensive experience in all areas!)
Welcome to the official website of Mark Sinacori! Take a look at the links above to find out more about Mark! Thanks, and have a great day!
NEWS AND UPDATES:
7/31/15: Had a blast working at the pilot taping of Fuller House tonight with the audience! For years, being one of the devoted, die hard fans of Full House, I have always wanted to see a televised reunion movie (without an audience or laugh track as a lot of the TV movies usually get done such as The Growing Pains Movie and The Facts of Life Reunion). However, the revival series begins with a reunion pilot episode and then goes into the actual new series which is totally awesome! If you asked me back in May of 1995 after I watched the series finale first run "Hey, Mark, do you think someday if Full House has a reunion you will work it any way?" I would have said "Well, if I actually move to LA and get to, that would be awesome!" So fortunate to have worked the actual first show of the new series tonight, 20 years after the series ended, which was the reunion show! Wonderful audience, wonderful production! Being a big fan of the original I made a Full house inspired quiz for the audience and some of them really knew their stuff!
8/16/2015: Take a look at the original screenplay I wrote for Womanizer on the bottom of the production page. It is available to download in PDF. Womanizer was written by me in early 2011, and this draft, though not 100% polished, was the result of many revisions. This draft was read by John Barrymore who decided to direct it, but wanted to keep the film at 15 minutes or less, so many cuts were made to the film, resulting in a shorter screenplay that was written and drafted several times after this original screenplay. This screenplay shows all the missing scenes which would have happened but were cut out, including the intro scene with Ricardo and Casper discussing their experiences with women and getting ready to go to the park, more dialogue between the guys and women at the park, a car scene at night with Ricardo and Angela, The Man being a major phone stalker towards Ricardo throughout the film, and finally, a scene showing Jack and his secretary Stacy at work together, all which were deleted for the final draft months later. Had all these been included, Womanizer would have been between 20 and 30 minutes in length. As a filmmaker and screenwriter, this is how I originally visioned Womanizer to flow. It would have had a mix of drama and comedy throughout, ending with a few cliffhangers to keep viewers wanting more!
8/20/15: Had another great day working at Fuller House with the audience! Today's show was just as fun to work as the Pilot, only this time, the audience was 100% on the ball with the Full House quiz I gave them before the show! I hadn't even finished reading a question and on 6 pages of many questions, they were accurate and didn't get stumped except on maybe a few hard ones even I would have had no clue on!
8/30/15: Take a look at the production page to see a sample of my hour long drama style of writing by checking out my fan-fiction episode 19 of CW's Melrose Place "Beverly", which would serve as the season finale of season 1. Enjoy!
9/2/15: Today mark's 10 years since I moved to Los Angeles. Since then I've attended UCLA and received my certificate in screenwriting, dated Annette's niece, lost my virginity, wrote and produced my first short film Womanizer which was directed by Drew Barrymore's brother John Blyth Barrymore III, and worked so many amazing events such as Bob Barker's final episode of The Price Is Right, Fuller House's Pilot taping reunion episode, and been featured on shows such as Glee, Grey's Anatomy, Don't Trust The B- In Apartment 23, Men Of A Certain Age, and Desperate Housewives! All of this would not have happened had I not made the move back then or continued to stay in LA when times got tough as they usually had been.
9/5/15: check out the production page to see a sample of my half hour sitcom style of writing by checking out my fan-fiction episode 138 of NBC's Gimme A Break! "Mama Gets Married", which would serve as the series finale of the series.
9/17/2015: Just had another great opportunity to work another episode of Fuller House tonight with the audience of the show! Again, like the last taping I worked, these audience members know their Full House trivia! At the end of the night I was told I was very energetic and sweet by audience members who played along with my trivia, and one person even asked me if they could have my packet of Full House trivia so they could frame it and keep it as a memento. Awesome taping once again, and awesome show!
5/25/16: Been working at times this spring on Girl Meets World, which is the revival series of Boy Meets World. Aside from Fuller House, this is the other show I love to work at because the audiences are big fans of the show and I grew up with the originals on ABC in the 1990s and do trivia in line for both shows with the audiences! The audience really knows their stuff for Girl Meets World!
12/18/16: As 2016 comes to a close, I look back at how lucky I was to work at Fuller House season 2 and Girl Meet World season 3 again this year this past summer with their audiences and doing trivia out in line with them. Also, for working at my core shows of 2 Broke Girls and The Ranch. I have many goals for 2017, which will continue my 11th and into 12th year here in LA.
8/25/17: Had a very fun night working the 2nd last taping of season 3's Fuller House! What was special about this taping was I got to be on the floor for the first time with the wheelchair crew that attended, and during a tape stop, over walks John Stamos "Uncle Jesse" with a robe on. He comes over to us with a smile and goes "What's going on here?! Getting the VIP treatment?! Okay!" smiles at us, asks us our names, and shakes our hands. Full House was always my favorite sitcom when I was in grade and middle school. It's been such a pleasure and honor to meet, greet, and do trivia with so many of the show's audiences the past 3 seasons out in line at Warner Bros. even when I'm not scheduled to work the show on a night another show is going on next to it. Always love meeting as many audiences as possible and getting them all excited for the tapings!
9/7/18: That’s a wrap on Fuller House season 4! We just gotta get a 5th season...such an amazing opportunity to work at 11 of the 13 episodes this season and getting the chance to meet and talk to executive producer Bryan Behar, Producer John Beck, Producer David Arnold, The Cameron’s, The Sweetin’s, The Barber’s, Andrea Barber, Jodie Sweetin, Candace Cameron Bure, Michael Campion, Soni Nicole Bringas, Bob Saget, John Brotherton, Scott Weinger, and of course, the hundreds of audience members I got to do my trivia with out in line! At the last taping last night, I also signed my trivia and gave it to a girl in line who knew all the hardest questions that a lot of people rarely know about the series! She even got Scott Weinger to sign it!
5/3/19: Had a fun time today working the season 4 part 2 (episode 20) season finale taping of Netflix's The Ranch at Sunset Bronson Studios in Hollywood. After the episode wrapped, the crew was able to take photos on stage. The Ranch has been one of my regular show's I've worked on the last few years in Hollywood. Got to talk to and meet Sam Elliott and Grady Lee Richmond many times behind the scenes as well as James Evans when he guest starred during season 1. Sadly, this episode ended up being the series finale. It was an amazing last few years working on this series!
5/10/19: What an incredible experience it was to work at the pilot taping of the reboot of Nickelodeon's All That! It was one of my favorite TV series when I first got cable back in 1994! Can't believe I would get to work at the reboot! Such amazing memories!
6/28/19: It has been an amazing, amazing wild ride the last few seasons, but unfortunately, all good things must come to an end! I've been so fortunate since July 31, 2014 to get to work on so many, MANY amazing series', greeting, processing, and even entertaining select audiences at times. The thing that's coming to an end here, however, is one particular show that I've been so fortunate to work on the last 4 years, and have done trivia with many of its audiences out in line at Warner Bros!--Fuller House! As you've read before in my first news/update post on here from July 31, 2015, several summers ago, I was fortunate to get to work at the Pilot taping of the series. Each season I've been assigned to certain series each week, some series I jump from one to the next, but others I've been a regular audience assistant/coordinator at. I was lucky, in my earliest years, to work at 3 episodes in season 1, 1 episode in season 2, and 3 episodes in season 3. In season 4, I worked at 11 episodes, as Fuller House was now my regular show. It was amazing when it got a 5th and final season, and it became my regular show again! Last night it finally hit me that the fun will soon be over. Yes, it may be over when the show wraps soon, but there will always, ALWAYS be memories. I've taken so many photos of myself with my trivia over the last 4 years, but this season, so far, I've finally brought that experience out to share. When I used to work at The Price Is Right back in 2007, we didn't have video phones, or even phones that took decent videos or even photos, but that's all changed since then, and the last few weeks, I have shared the stuff I do with certain audiences well before my work shift begins, especially those who are at reboot tapings of series that I also watched growing up and do trivia out in line to get them familiar with the old series and ready for the new one! I am gonna soon miss working at Fuller House! It was the best show I've worked at in Los Angeles aside from my experience working at The Price Is Right back in 2007 during Bob Barker's final season.
1/6/2020: I waited a few months, but I am now ready to announce that I moved out of Los Angeles on July 3, 2019 after contemplating doing so the last few years because everyone I knew didn't own anything and struggled to save money with how little they recieved there (unless they cheated the system by brown nosing or bribing others for work or combining their salaries with their spouses).... Living there I go to to experience many experiences I would have never experienced had I never moved. I worked on TV shows. I acted. I wrote. I fell in love a few times and had relationships (one with Annette's niece of all people!) I had a lot of fun and got audiences to have fun at many shows I worked at. I can act, write and produce from anywhere, and I got a lot of experience in those areas by living in LA for many years. I was encouraged to stay by those I worked with, even my manager of the page program I loved working at the last 5 years told me if and when I decide to return, there's always a place for me there. Lots of good memories for sure, and now it's on to the next chapter of my life.
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