Mark Landon Smith
Bio: Professional actor, playwright, producer and Executive Director of Arts Live Theatre, Co-Founder of Ceramic Cow Productions, Founder and Co-Director of Actors Casting Agency, LLC, Co-Director TheatreSquared's Arkansas Playwrights Workshop, The Artist's Laboratory Theatre's Whosie Whatsit Live Game Show Host, Co-Founder and Co-Producer of Bubble and Squeak Productions and Co-Founder, Co-Director and Producer of Phunbags Comedy Improv. As playwright 15 scripts published by Samuel French Play Publisher's Inc./Baker's Plays, Contemporary Drama Service, Drama Source and Steele Spring Theatrical Rights with productions throughout the world including three foreign translations, an Off-Broadway production and a film adaptation. An 2013 AATE nominee. Featured in Writers of the South national touring exhibit and on NPR's Tales From the South. As actor feature film credits include "Frog Hair", "Valley Inn", "Mayfly", "Gordon Family Tree", "Crossfire", "Your Local News", "The Recruit", "Satisfy My Soul" and others. Television/Internet includes "Later" and the "Jules and Mark" on line series. Theatre credits include work with TheatreSquared, The Classical Edge, Ceramic Cow Productions, Bubble and Squeak Productions, The Forum, The Studio Theatre, Front Street Theatre, Gaslight Dinner Theater, Kernoodle Theatre, the Walton Arts Center, Circuit Playhouse, McCoy Repertory Theatre and more.