Of course, I immediately fell in love with the young, blond haired, blue eyed boy on the screen. I'm sure many a young girl did...of course, later in life I'm more attracted to the Han Solo character and his charisma. Anyway...Luke did it for me...and continued to do so into my teen years. I was horrified to learn of his car accident that disfigured his features...in Empire Strikes Back he looks much older and his face is a different shape...luckily worked into the films by his being attacked by the snow monster on the icy planet.
Wow! The Seventies really had the hair and blue eyed boys didn't they. Mark is up there with the Cassidys, the Gibbs, and all those long haired youths of yore.
Mark aging gracefully here...he was under-appreciated as an actor, but filled the cartoon alleys and video game halls with his magical voice over work. Above he portrays a priest in Village of the Damned. Check out his long list of work at IMDB.
Mark is now over 60 years old and is yet to be recognized as a singular actor's actor. His latest film called Sushi Girl sounds gritty, dark, and a little scary. I won't be seeing it, but I hope he gets kudos for working outside the box. The picture above is reminiscent of Mickey Rourke in The Wrestler. Yikes!