About Mark Junek

Mark Junek was born in San Francisco and grew up in a suburb of Minneapolis, Minnesota. He earned a bachelors degree in English literature from Columbia University and subsequently graduated from the acting program at the Juilliard School, group 40.
Mark will next be seen in two plays: American Son at George Street Playhouse and The Hairy Ape at The Park Avenue Armory. Previous theatrical credits include Frankenstein at Denver Center for The Performing Arts, The Forgotten Woman at The Bay Street Theater. The Performers on Broadway, the world premiere of A. Rey Pamatmat’s after all the terrible things I do at Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play at Syracuse Stage, Family Play with Collaboration Town at the New Ohio, Galileo and A Midsummer Night's Dream at New York’s Classic Stage Company, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, The Imaginary Invalid at Bard Summerscape, The Seagull and Henry V at the Juilliard School.  Television credits include the second season of “The Outs,” NBC’s “Blindspot,” “Forever,” “Smash,” and “Law and Order: SVU.”
Mark is a founder of the non-profit Makehouse, which provides artists with free space and time to create in rural New Jersey,www.makehouse.org. He is a passionate but amateur woodworker and is always ready for a dance party.