Mark Gindick is a professional actor,clown, physical comedian,
director, teacher and writer/creator ofhis own theatrical shows.
Wing-Man, his original theatrical piecewithout one spoken word, won
BEST ONE-MAN SHOW in United Solo TheatreFestival, the largest solo
festival of it's kind in the world. Markhas appeared in major feature
films, including the Nora Ephron comedyJulie & Julia with Meryl
Streep; on televison, The Late Show withDavid Letterman, Late Night
with Conan O’Brien and was featured inThe PBS mini series CIRCUS;
starred Off-Broadway and at theEdinburgh Theatre Festival in the New
York Times acclaimed hit The Comedy TrioHappy Hour,
Happyhourclowns.com; clowned on circusessuch as Ringling Brothers and the Big Apple Circus as well as teaching clowningat SUNY Purchase
college and other New York City venues. Mark wrote and starredin How
To Be A Man at the Palace of Variety on42nd Street (NYC) and Mark’s
unique blend of vaudeville, dance, andphysical comedy earned him
three Golden Nose Awards.