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also known as Richard William Stevens


Mark Stevens was an accomplished actor who led an impressive career, primarily on the big screen. In his early acting career, Stevens appeared in such films as "From This Day Forward" (1946), "The Dark Corner" (1946) and "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now" (1947).


Mark Stevens was born on December 13, 1916 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States.


Mark Stevens studied to become a painter before becoming active in theater work. He then launched a radio career as an announcer in Akron, Ohio.


Before that, Stevens went from radio to the movies in the early forties: Passage to Marseille (Michael Curtiz); Objective Burma (Raoul Walsh); Within These Walls (Bruce Humber- stone); Pride of the Marines (Delmer Daves); / Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now (Lloyd Bacon); The Street with No Name (William Keighley); The Snake Pit (Anatole Litvak); Sand (Louis King); Oh, You Beautiful Doll (John M. Stahl); Dancing in the Dark (Irving Reis); Reunion in Reno (Kurt Neumann); Little Egypt (Frederick de Cordova); Mutiny (Edward Dmytryk); Toiycdo Alley (Lew Landers); Jack Slade (Harold Schuster); Gunsmoke in Tucson (Thomas Carr); September Storm (Bvron Haskin); Fate Is the Hunter (64, Ralph Nelson).

From 1954-56, he was producer, director, and star of the TV series Big Town, in which he was a newspaper editor.



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