Wednesday, October 19, 2011

If You're Loving Out Loud, It's Probably Because of Mark Dobies



He debuted as the "hottest new comer to daytime TV", in his role as Noah Chase on Guiding Light and his portrayal of sociopath Daniel Colson, on One Life to Live, was acclaimed, as the highest rated storyline for its demographic in the thirty-five year history of the show. His most challenging role by far was Off Broadway at The Public Theatre, playing Bruce Niles in The Normal Heart. That revival of Larry Kramer's landmark play detailing the AIDS crisis in the early eighties was as gruelling as it was rewarding. "We had to deal with death every night for three hours. It was however, one of the greatest learning experiences of my life". Listening to Mr. Dobies talk about his craft and his various and sundry approaches to it is enlightening. He asks the right questions and gives more than a few right answers and insight. Mr. Dobies is a multi-faceted individual worthy of more than simple interest. Mark’s expertise landed him in a starring role as the aerobic instructor om Everybody Loves Raymond. With over thirty years of experience, he was also featured on the cover of Men’s Health Magazine for new and innovative fitness routines. Not only is he an inspiration as an actor, he can also inspire fitness. Visit his site and blog for New Generation Fitness.Come say hello to him on November 4, 2011 at Jan Hus Community Theater for Daytime Meets Nighttime. Don't forget to catch his guest appearances on Homeland.



Mark and Van Hansis from Love Out Loud 2008

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